URM_RESOURCES_HISTORY should be available in case of UCMDB crash/DB restore situation

Idea ID 1668828

URM_RESOURCES_HISTORY should be available in case of UCMDB crash/DB restore situation

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Want to be able to check the history of the URM resources independently of the database.   If UCMDB crashes and you have to do a  full DB restore, the URM_RESOURCES_HISTORY is also restored and cannot be used for troubleshooting purposes.    
- customers should have an option to run this and it should be configurable by customer (maybe through a schedule)
- The backup file for the URM History should be saved on a location external to UCMDB db.
- The idea is to have something useful to at least understand what happened, or what changes were made prior to a disaster.
- Would it make sense for the default trigger be that the history is saved automatically whenever any config change is made? 
(Submitted on behalf of Cigna)
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