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Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches
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Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches

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Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches, a presentation from Crawford Technologies Inc. http://www.crawfordtech.com/

Key Archiving Considerations & Common Archiving Approaches, a presentation from Crawford Technologies Inc. http://www.crawfordtech.com/

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  • 1. Key Archiving Considerations &Common Archiving Approaches
    A presentation fromCrawford Technologies Inc.
    www.crawfordtech.com
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  • 2. Document Archiving Considerations
    Performance
    Ingestion
    Retrieval
    Scalability
    Batch and/or ondemand reprint requirements
    Dynamic Marketing
    Privacy regulations and policies
    Retention regulations and policies
    Security requirementsPCI compliance, encryption, password protection…
    Costs
    Initial and Ongoing software support/management/maintenance
    Database and database management (use of BLOBs vs. file systems)
    Storage
  • 3. Typically Leads to One of FourDocument Archiving Approaches
    Store the complete Print Stream. Retrieve specific pages and convert them on the fly.
    Split the Print Stream and store as individual documents. Retrieve individual documents and convert them on the fly.
    Convert the complete Print Stream and then store. Retrieve specific pages.
    Split and convert the Print Stream into individual documents and then store. Retrieve specific documents.
  • 4. How do you determine which approach is right?
    These weightings are based on the presentment format being PDF or PDF/A
    Evaluate and weigh your business needs using this criteria and then determine which approach best meets your needs
  • 5. PRO Dynamic Document Archive
    Stores the original print stream including all resources:
    Eliminates resource management issues
    Reduces number of files in archive
    No loss of metadata – retain tray pulls, etc, convert to any other file format on the fly
    Compressed at the page and resource level:
    Reduced storage space required
    Fast retrievals
    Retrieval is based upon byte count offsets:
    Fast retrieval regardless of location in archive file
    Runs on any platform and database
    Retrieval API available in Java, C/C++, .NET
    Uses file systems versus BLOBs
    Reduces dB cost and management
  • 6. Consists of two main processes
    Ingestion of print file resulting in two outputs:
    AFF (Archive File Format) – the actual indexed and compressed print stream with resources
    The index file consisting of:
    File name of the AFF
    Page start
    Number of pages in each document
    User defined data for retrieval purposes (name, account no., etc.)
  • 7. Consists of two main processes (con’t)
    Retrieval:
    Your retrieval application selects a document using user defined fields provided from the DDA indexing process
    The DDAPI is called passing the filename, pagestart, pagecount values
    Conversion to another format may also be requested via the API during retrieval
    File is returned, in memory for action by the retrieval application
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