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Accessing the Archived Data in CRM

Hi,

I am working in CRM Data Archiving.

We have Archived some Archive Objects (WORKITEM,...).

Now, after archiving,I am in the phase of accessing the Archived data .

(A) Explain the reading options available for Archived Object in CRM.

also,

(B) Explain briefly about the required configuration in Archive Information System (AS ) .

I mean in SARJ & SARI

(C) Which method is advisable & Easy to read the Archive Files from the end user point of View

Archive Information System (AS) .

Data Relationship Browser (DRB) .

waiting for valuable inputs.

Regards

Ganesh

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:30 PM

    Hi Ganesh,

    (A) Read program: It is used to manually check the document which is written in archive files. For example: After write run if you want to cross check the document that are written in this archive session then execute Read program.

    (B) AIS: SARI > Customizing > F4 > Select WORKITEM info structure and double click > Click on Activation button in the application tool bar - This will activate the retrieval program for your archiving object.

    Then Come back to SARI screen > Enter WORKITEM > Click on Status per Info structure > Click on Build Infostructure >

    Come back to SARI > Click on Archive Explorer > Enter ur archiving object and select infostructure that you have built > enter > and with the selection screen you can see the documents stored in the archive system.

    (C) From end user point of view SARI is easy.

    Please let me know any more details if required.

    -Thanks,

    Ajay

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