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Hello Wayne and Frank,

Thank you very much for sending me your valuable thoughts. I really
appreciated.

Have a nice and safe long weekend of Easter.

Kind regards,

Michel

On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 9:46 AM, Wayne Hoff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> What makes data disposition more difficult than content disposition is that
> in many (perhaps most) databases it is impossible to identify and then
> delete discrete records.  There are extremely complex relationships
> between the various tables, and by deleting data in one table it can affect
> related tables and corrupt your data.  Some systems are built to manage
> that, which helps - it's important to check on these things in the RFP
> stage
> when purchasing new software if you have that opportunity.
>
> Otherwise it means dispositioning the system as whole, which results in the
> retention of some data for far longer than the requirements of the
> retention
> schedule.  Given that you're caught in a catch-22, capture the process in
> an approved policy or procedure to justify the action.
>
> Wayne Hoff, CRM, IGP
> Calgary, AB
>
> Views expressed are my own and not my employer's.
>
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