You can access Archive Inspector using Desktop Online User Interface only.
The Archive Inspector is used to locate files in an archive. The respective access group user can launch and purge files found in the archive. As soon as the target file is located, it is treated as a regular UNIX and standard commands can be used to interact with it.
It is not encouraged to alter or remove a file from the archive using UNIX commands. If altering is desired, make a copy of the file. If removal is desired, use the Archive Inspector.
To open the Archive Inspector, click the Manage button from the top menu bar, and select Archive Inspector from the list.
The Archive Inspector
Initially, the dialog is empty and must be populated with data using the corresponding Search Archive dialog.
From the toolbar, different options are available depending if an entry is selected or not. The following options are available at all times.
Displays the Search Archive dialog, you can use search criteria to limit the entries in the list.
Refreshes the list of shown items.
Deletes all shown items.
Archive Inspector Main Window
The following options are available when you select a given entry.
Clears the currently selected item(s)
View Raw Data
Opens the Raw Data Viewer screen
View MIM Values
Shows the associated MIM values.
Deletes the currently selected item(s)
Each shown instance has a set of properties that are associated with it.
Refers to the ID of the archived entry.
Name of the archiving workflow.
Name of the archiving agent.
The full pathname to the file as stored on disk.
The time when the entry was inserted in the archive.
When double-clicking a cell in the MIM Values column, a dialog is displayed where values for the adherent MIM resources are displayed. Adherent MIM resources are defined as Logged MIM Data in the Archiving agent configuration dialog. For further information, see the figure below, MIM Resources dialog.
MIM Resources dialog
Name of the profile used to archive the file.
Searching the Archive
The Search Archive dialog allows the user to limit the number of rows displayed in the Archive Inspector. Search conditions may be defined to display either all entries, a specific entry, or entries archived between two dates.
The dialog is displayed when Search is selected from the Edit menu.
The Search Archive dialog
Select the profile that corresponds to the data of interest. If no profile is selected archive entries for all profiles will be shown.