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archive link tables in xml DAS

Hi,

SAP NW PI 7.31 single stack, we are planning to configure archiving using XML DAS administration. During XML-based archiving the meta data and the property indexes used for value-based searches of archived data are stored in the database of the AS Java. The actual data that has been archived is stored in filesystem.

We want to configure deletion procedure for tables which stores these archive links.

What are the tables that stores these archive links to access archived messages from file system?

Is there any standard procedure by SAP for deleting data from these link tables?

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2014 at 02:38 PM

    Hi

    Have a look at table TOAR7 - SAP ArchiveLink: Request table (asynchronous storage)

    Regards

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    • Hi

      Just a blind guess, I've got an XI dual stack system but archiving is not setup.

      Looking at Java schema that table might be the one you're looking for.

      Regards

      desc sapsr3db.BC_SLM_ARCHIVE ;

      Name Null? Type

      BSA_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(19)

      BSA_ARCH_LIST_ID NUMBER(19)

      BSA_GUID NVARCHAR2(36)

      BSA_NAME NVARCHAR2(60)

      BSA_SIZE NVARCHAR2(20)

      BSA_URL NVARCHAR2(256)

      BSA_OS NVARCHAR2(20)

      BSA_DB NVARCHAR2(20)

      BSA_STATE NVARCHAR2(20)

      BSA_DOWNLOAD_ID NVARCHAR2(20)

      BSA_MODIFIED_ON NUMBER(19)

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