Archive File Detail

Use

You can display an archive file status dialog box for all archiving sessions except for incomplete sessions where no archive files have been created.

Features

General Information:

  • Archive file name
  • Archiving session date and time
  • Number of data objects in the file
  • Archive file size in megabytes
  • Status of the archive file
  • Information for storing the file in an optical archive
  • Index status

Archiving Status

An archive file can have the following statuses:


  • Write Complete
    The archive files have been written, but the data objects in the database have not been (completely) deleted.

  • Delete Complete
    Previously archived data objects have been deleted from the database.

  • Reloaded
    Data objects in the archive file have been reloaded into the database.

  • Converted
    The conversion program for this archive file has been run and is finished.

  • Saved
    The content of the archive file is a backup copy of the data in the database.

Storage Status

An archive file can have the following storage statuses:


  • Not Stored
    The archive file is still in the file system.

  • Storage in Progress
    The request to store the archive file in a storage system is running.

  • Stored
    The archive file has been successfully stored in a storage system.

  • Storage Error
    The archive file was not successfully stored.

  • Retrieval in Progress
    The request to reload the archive file in the file system has been issued.

  • Retrieval Error
    The file could not be reloaded into the file system.

  • Storage Incomplete
    The archive file could not be completely stored in an optical archive.

Index

The file index can have the following status:


  • Index Built: The index for this archive file was successfully built.

  • Index Deleted: The index for this archive file was deleted.

  • No Index Exists: No index exists for the archive file.

Accessibility Status

An archive file can have the following accessibility statuses:


  • Accessible: The archive file can be accessed in Archive Administration.

  • Not Accessible: The archive file can not be accessed in Archive Administration.

Changeable Settings

The dialog box can also contain the following changeable information:

  • Note made by the user
  • File name of the archive file
  • Platform-independent path specified during archiving in archiving object-specific Customizing
  • The physical file name

Activities

Display Archive File Details