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document archived on PRD visible on QAS after a client copy to QAS system

We performed archiving on productive system. We plan to make a client copy to QAS system(sap_all profile)

The system is version 4.7x2(oracle/unix)

We wander if we adjust the archiving paths on QAS system will the archives be visible?

This is also question of archiving infostructures for which I do not know wheter they are client dependent.

Beside only on 4.7 system I noticed a remote client copy profile sap_all with cross client customizing (is this better procedure)

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 08:58 PM

    Hi Tina,

    What we do for accessing archive files in our QA system that had been archived in production is to do a "Retrieve file" in prod for a sampling of files and then FTP the files to the QA archiving file system. Then, go into the Archive Adminstration information and change the File name to "RETREIVED_xxxx" and the Logical path to your designated path name such as ARCHIVE_GLOBAL_PATH_WITH_ARCHIVE_LINK

    Once the QA system can see the archive file, the archive information structures will be able to access the data. You would not need to change anything there.

    We do it this way so that we can archive new data in the QA system without being concerned about QA archive files being sent to the production archive server.

    Hope this is helpful.

    Regards,

    Karin Tillotson

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