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Database Archiving

The 6 golden rules for handling process data in production

Chronos, Database Archiving, Process Data Management, Quality Assurance, Worker Guidance

- gesamt sw_ENFault-free production according to the “Poka-Yoke” principle is the focus for the software manufacturer CSP.

 

Errors in production can be extremely costly for the manufacturing industry. CSP GmbH & Co. KG has now prepared a list of the golden rules that must be followed in production monitoring and thus reliable and largely fault-free manufacturing. Read More

Easier search and administration of long-term archives

Database Archiving, Process Data Management, Worker Guidance

CHRONOS_CSP_version _4.10CSP GmbH & Co. KG updated its database archiving solution Chronos to latest version 4.10 adding various optimizations

 

CSP’s solution for database archiving Chronos is now available in its latest version 4.10. With the help of Chronos, companies gain legal security by archiving database contents, control their database growth and reduce costs. The software maker based in Großköllnbach in Lower Bavaria has further improved the software in its latest release, offering easier application for administrators and users. Highlights of the update include an optimized search specifically for the tree structure of the Chronos Archive Explorer with a filter for forms and description pages as well as a status page listing clear information for quick bug fixing for the support. This includes, e.g., the status of the Chronos Server relevant for the web client. Another improvement is the introduction of multi-parameters and parameter groups. In addition, several users can now use the Chronos Web Designer simultaneously without losing any settings. Read More

Application Retirement & Compliance: Strategy for the retirement of legacy systems

Database Archiving

Chronos-4Getting rid of IT ballast – transferring legacy data to database archive

Banking institutions and insurance companies are often faced with major challenges when software applications need to be consolidated. Historically grown applications often exist which, in most cases, are custom developments based on mainframe computers. They are often inadequately documented and not only feature numerous interfaces but are also very complex. The operating and development environments have often become outdated over the years and the end of lifecycle has thus been reached. Read More