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Defining Field Catalogs- Archiving

Hello Experts,

I want to define a customized field catalogs, but

When we define a field catalog for an archiving Object, we have to Input the following fields...

1. File in Index

D- File Name is Data Field

K- File Name is Key Field

2.Offset in Index

D- Offset is data field

K- Offset is key field

Kindly help me in selecting these...

Rgds

RR

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2009 at 09:36 AM

    Hi RR,

    Meaning for 'K' and 'D' for file and offset is as follows:

    - K - file / offset will be included as a key field for the infostructure

    - D - file/ offset will be considered as data field for infostructure

    In normal circumstances, using option 'D' will be sufficient.

    when you encounter a scenario where your Key field (excluding File and offset) is not unique, you can use 'K' for file / offset combination to make the key field unique.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Thanks,

    Naveen

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    Posted on May 23, 2009 at 07:04 AM

    want to close all my open issues

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