I thought that you might even continue to use the licenses you have on your server and just stop paying support. You will then not be able to get upgrades, support or new license keys if you need to reinstall.
Another solution is to dump out the data to ARX-files and convert these to HTML-pages where you can then review data there if you need to.
I have created a set of free tools to accomplish exactly this task:
- RRR|Chive to dump data to ARX-files: https://rrr.se/cgi/index?pg=chive
- RRR|ArxToHtml to convert the ARX-files and Form Definitions to crude HTML-pages that you store on a file share: https://rrr.se/cgi/tools/main?tool=rrrArxToHTML
Best Regards - Misi, RRR AB, http://www.rrr.se
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November 26, 2018 8:33 AM, "sriram pm" <email@example.com
Query regarding BMC Remedy Decommissioning. As part of the data retention policy we need to retain the data. In my previous organizations they used to remove the all the paid licenses from remedy and server will run with the standard demo licenses. This demo login would be used to pull data from remedy based on requirements from the users.
Just wanted to confirm whether this decommissioning process is still applicable. If not please let me know the current process.