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Cleanup of archive tables ADMI_RUN and ADMI_FILES after system copy

We have performed IDOC and some MM document archives in our production system.

When we perform a system copy to our Dev/QA systems the info in tables ADMI_RUN and ADMI_FILES etc is copied, therefore containing info on the production archive runs.

This of course is of no use in the Dev/QA systems.

Is there a method of safely purging unnecessary data from these tables?

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 03:21 PM

    Hi,

    The best option is to archive the unnecessary data from ADMI tables using the object BC_ARCHIVE.

    [BC_ARCHIVE|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/4a/e440376d0baf43e10000009b38f839/content.htm]

    Hope this helps

    Cheers!

    Samanjay

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 03:33 PM

    Any other data like sales orders, purchase orders is copied as well. What is the issue with having copied this 2 files?

    Let me guess, you want test archiving in DEV/QA and you want prevent that the test archiving goes to the same archive, correct?

    Then you have to change the path in customizing of the object you want archive. You still can see the entries from ADMI_RUN and ADMI_FILES, however if the path is changed you cannot access those archives

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      The BC_ARCHIVE sounds like what I need.

      Jurgen, not quite what I was meaning.

      My Dev/QA/Prod archives each goto separate repositories.

      When Prod gets copied to Dev/QA I don't copy the archive repositories.

      Therefore Dev/QA data in ADMI_RUN / ADMI_FILES (copied from prod) is irrelevant.

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