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IBM i (AS/400) Spool files archiving

 

 

 MAIN FUNCTIONS

 

Once the spools have been generated by your applications, Quick-ARCHIV takes responsibility for their storage in order to consult documents to follow up a case, have legal archiving of the documents...

Quick-ARCHIV includes Quick-SPOOL

 

 

 

INDEXING / COMPRESSION / STORAGE

 

Thanks to Quick-ARCHIV that creates indexes associated with the original spools, you have immediate access to documents. The 80% compression of your spools and their transformation into objects guarantee space saving and security. Storage is done on multiple media: IBM System i (AS/400, iSeries, I5, Power i) / D.O.D. / CD-ROM...
 
INDEX / STORAGE

 

Creation of the indexes for access to stored documents

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SEARCH / SECURED ACCESS / DISPLAY / REPRINTING

 

The multi-criteria search and access to your spools are completely customized for the user. Your spools are displayed instantly in their original form and then, for example, you can reprint them.
 
DISTRIBUTION

 

Access to documents and dispatch to the output of your choice

 

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 If you have Quick-PRESS   the graphical formatting of your spool is also archived.

 

 

 Your spools are archived as objects: they are safe

 Instant access to all the archives, no matter the volume

 Customization of the requests and authorizations by user or group of users

 Re-printing, sending by fax / e-mail…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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