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Step-by-step procedure for Creation of Custom Archiving Object
Here ZCUSARCH is the name of the archiving object.
ARCHIVE_DATA_FILE is the logical file path provided by SAP. The physical file
path can be changed as per the requirement in the project in FILE transaction.
Maximum size of the archive file in MB needs to be
specified. The value can be derived after a trial and error method of looking at
how many data objects are archived approximately per each archive run.
Maximum number of data objects can be specified if
required. Here in our scenario each document number in table ZTESTARCH refers to
each data object. If the maximum number of data objects is specified as 10 then
the program writes the data of the data objects into a new archive file once the
first file is filled with the first 10 data objects.
Commit counter represents after how many data objects
should the data be deleted from the database.
Test variant defines the variant of the delete program
when run in test mode and when run in production mode. Create the variants
respectively by clicking on the variant button next to the variants.
Deletion jobs can be scheduled manually or a setting
(Start Automatic) can be done to trigger immediately after the write program is
Content repository: Check with the basis team on the content server that needs to be used for archiving.
Sequence section defines whether the deletion job should
run before storing the file into content server or after storing the file into
content server. We can choose the option of reading the data from the content
server if we want that only the data that has been written to the file is to be
deleted from the database.
Step 6: Create the Archive write program in SE38 (click here for the program code).
The below screen shot displays the selection screen:
The below flow chart depicts the sample flow in the archive write program:
Step 7: Create archive delete program in SE38 (Click here for the code).
With the above steps the creation of custom archiving object is completed.
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