Schedule "Copy & Archive" - Backup Model

Schedule "Copy & Archive" - Backup Model

As a customer, we would like to schedule "Copy & Archive" action to records Back-up of models. Preferably with a direct and easy way : for example in the manage model menu.

 

This is relevant for customers with more than 5 models to improve security and avoid manual actions (Manuel Copy & Archive). The Archive Name could have the timestamp.

9 Comments
jennifer_keefer
Certified Master Anaplanner

There seem to be several other posts with a similar request going back over a year....some Under Investigation and some still Needing Community support.  Seems like this is widely desired - can these items be linked to show the Community requests and support is there and push forward to implement a solution?

Miran
Community Manager
 
Status changed to: Your support is needed
alexpavel
Certified Master Anaplanner

It would be very useful especially there is not a work-around (at least to my knowledge) to schedule this using "REST API"  or Anaplan connect scripts. 

matthew_page
Occasional Contributor

This is very similar to 

 

https://community.anaplan.com/t5/Idea-Exchange/Automated-backup-of-models/idi-p/53220

 

Please kudo both so it gets the proper support. 

 

To Community admins - can we consolidate these enhancements? 

abhishekvyas
New Contributor

We need to automate the "Admin" tasks and "copy and archive" is one of the task we would like to automate . 

Stacey Brooks
Certified Master Anaplanner

This would be very beneficial and would cut down on manual tasks we have to do as our platform continues to expand! I would add that any automated backup/archive should be produced with a consistent naming convention and date/timestamp. One example may look like "ABAK [10 char. name of workspace]-[10 char. name of model]-[date/time]".

mmoloney
Contributor

This functionality would be a great addition. Hopefully this can be added to the roadmap as soon as possible.

SimonaBenedetti
New Contributor

We have the same requirement and this could simply be scheduled avoiding manual repetitive activities

ashish.banka
Super Contributor

+1