(n) A collection of like objects that are maintained in a special place different from their place of origin for the purpose of long-term preservation for future use. (v) the act of removing objects from their normal environment and placing them in an archive.
archive access component
A component of a database archive solution that provides tools necessary for authorized users to obtain data they need from a database archive.
An individual assigned to ensure that a database archive satisfies all requirements and is properly managed and maintained.
An individual who designs database archiving applications.
archive data store
The physical place where data is stored in a database archive. ...
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