Archiving In V5

You always wanted to have an easy feature for archiving documents in Notes ?
Version 5 made it for you; Here is how (simple) it works.

We just have 2 methods :


will archive all or collection documents as set in the archive profile.

will open the archive setting window.

You can get informations of the archive settings in the profile document named
'Archive Profile', the fields are:
- ArchiveServer
- ArchiveLocation
- ArchivingServer
- ArchivePath
- ArchiveExpired
- ArchiveModified (Yes/No)
- ArchiveInactive (Yes/No)
- IgnoreChildren
- ExpiredLife (integer)
- DocumentLife (integer)
- ModifiedLife (integer)
- IncludeDocLinks (Yes/No)
- JustDelete
- Enabled (Yes/No)
- SeverEnabled (Yes/No)
- Enabled (Yes/No)
- ArchiveLog (Yes/No)
- ArchiveLogDBPath
Launch archiving :
Call notesdatabase.ArchiveNow([notesDocCollection])

- notesDocCollection : collection of doc to archive, optional. If nothing
then it refers to the archive profil.

Edit archive setting :
Call notesdatabase.EditArchiveSettings()

This was first published in November 2000

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