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cFolders 3.1: How to retrieve documents from archived collaborations?

Hi Guys,

I am using transaction code sara to archive collaborations in cFolders 3.1 using the archiving object "CFX_ARCH". The archiving process works fine and I can see the details of the archived collaboration using the "Read" option in tcode sara. However, I see no way to retrieve the actual documents which are contained in the folders. So I am wondering if;

1. The archiving process archives the actual documents contained within cFolders?

2. If YES, how do I retrieve them?

3. If NO, shouldn't the documents be archived as well? any particular reason why this does not happen?

Appreciate any help on this.

Cheers,

Lashan

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 04:09 PM

    Hi Lashan,

    The archiving process will archive the actual docs if you had run the archive write in update mode and not in test mode.

    For the actual retrieval ( I am assuming that you want to merely view the archived docs and not load them back into the database) , you will have to use the archive retrieval tool. Which will the archive info stucture,. if the archive infostructure is not active - you might have to activate it and use the necessary fields.

    Let me know your email id.. i can send u a detailed doc on all this..

    Thanks

    Janani

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2007 at 03:26 AM

    Hi Lashan,

    have a look at note 525873, it gives step by step example for creating a new field catalog (for some other object, but you can follow the example)

    Regards,

    Naveen

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