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How to Archiving the QM & PP data for 3 years

Hi all,

Could any body can explain on step by step wise to archiving the QM & PP related data for 3 years(2000 to 2003).

What r the important thinks need to consider in archiving process.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on May 06, 2013 at 07:52 AM

    Hi ,

    You can have the objects to archive as -

    Process Orders - PR_ORDER

    Inspection lot - QM_CONTROL

    Notifications - QM_QMEL

    T-code - SARA( Pre-processing ,Write(Archiving) , Delete and Read

    Configuration in AOBJ (Object wise)

    Need to define server path for files getting deleted(check with ABAPer)

    But prior to that you have work on -

    • Process order residence period - Config -Define Order type
    1. Order should have TECO with Zero Balance & CNF status.
    • For QM stuff - Config - QM-Environment- Central function -Organize Archiving (here plants undergoing Archival stuff need to be maintained.)
    1. Inspection lot - UD stuff should be completed -(i.e.should have UD status)
    2. Notification - Should be completed(i.e NOCO status).
    3. More ever need to perform QD21 - Putting ARBN status to notification.(Ready to archive.Prior to main archival)

    Pls revert if useful.

    Regards,

    Milind

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    • Former Member Hanumathprasad SAP QM PP

      Hi ,

      First of all find out tables to be archived on two bases -

      1.Which one having maximum space occupied OR

      2.Which one is growing considerably faster

      During Process /Production order archival ...mainly CNF & TECO status are mandatory for Order.Means it has got dependency with 'Controlling '.Until & unless order settlement doesn't happen , (i.e.order balance 'zero'), archival is not possible.

      During inspection lot archival, UD is important stuff & should be completed.

      For getting relevant tables -

      If you go to t-code SARA - give object to be archived e.g. PR_ORDER -Enter

      Click on the 'Database tables' which will result into list of relevant tables for PR_ORDER.

      Pls. revert if useful.

      Regards,

      Milind

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 06, 2013 at 05:54 AM

    Hello Hanumath,

    Check the standard SAP T code- COA6.

    Thanks

    Sahil

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  • Posted on May 07, 2013 at 12:49 PM

    Most likely you do not want to hear this, but important things you should consider are:

    • Legal restrictions/requirements (e.g. residence time of documents in live system, and yes, it makes a difference for some legal organizations if a document is in an SAP system or accessed in an (separate) archiving system)
    • Business requirements (accessability, viewability in standard reports)
    • Effects on your system landscape (e.g. have you thought about your BW extractors?)
    • Authorization requirements/changes
    • ...

    Regards

    MH

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