DocAve 6 SP4 Supplementary Tools User Guide

DocAve 6 SP4 Supplementary Tools User Guide
DocAve® 6 Supplementary Tools
User Guide
Service Pack 4
Revision K
Issued May 2014
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Table of Contents
Before You Begin........................................................................................................................................... 6
Configuration ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Submitting Documentation Feedback to AvePoint ...................................................................................... 7
AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList & AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList ...................................... 8
Generating an Encrypted Password .......................................................................................................... 8
Configuring AgentToolCreateList.csv ........................................................................................................ 9
Configuring AgentToolCreateWeb.csv .................................................................................................... 13
Configuring AgentToolCreateSite.csv ..................................................................................................... 16
Working with Configuration Files ........................................................................................................... 20
AgentToolConnectorList.config........................................................................................................... 20
AgentToolConnectorWeb.config ........................................................................................................ 21
Configuring Inheritance ...................................................................................................................... 23
Template Parameter Values ................................................................................................................... 23
Running the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList or the AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList ..... 24
Manager Tool Dell DX Client ....................................................................................................................... 26
Environment Requirements .................................................................................................................... 26
Using the Manager Tool Dell DX Client ................................................................................................... 26
Manager Tool HCP Client ............................................................................................................................ 28
Environment Requirements .................................................................................................................... 28
Using the Manager Tool HCP Client ........................................................................................................ 28
Manager Tool Dropbox Client ..................................................................................................................... 30
Using the Manger Tool Dropbox Client .................................................................................................. 30
Manager Tool SkyDrive Client ..................................................................................................................... 31
Using the Manger SkyDrive Client .......................................................................................................... 31
Media Service Rebuild Index Tool ............................................................................................................... 32
AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp .................................................................................................................. 34
Running the AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp Tool ................................................................................. 34
SP2010StorageUpgradeStub ....................................................................................................................... 35
Running the SP2010StorageUpgradeStub Tool ...................................................................................... 35
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AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub............................................................................................................. 36
Running the AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub Tool ............................................................................ 36
AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping & AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping....................................... 40
Permissions Requirements ..................................................................................................................... 40
Running the AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping Tool or the AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping
Tool ......................................................................................................................................................... 40
AgentToolSP2010Connector Tool & AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool ..................................................... 42
Running the AgentToolSP2010Connector Tool or the AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool ..................... 42
Operation -o UpgradeVersion ............................................................................................................. 43
Operation -o EncryptPassword ........................................................................................................... 45
Operation -o ReportItems ................................................................................................................... 45
Operation -o UpgradeConnectedLibrary (SharePoint 2013 Only) ...................................................... 46
AgentToolSP2010OrphanStubClean & AgentToolSP2013OrphanStubClean ............................................. 48
Searching for the Orphan Stubs .............................................................................................................. 48
Cleaning up the Orphan Stubs ................................................................................................................ 50
Replicator Analyzer Tool ............................................................................................................................. 51
Deleting Failed Job’s Profile Settings Configuration ............................................................................... 51
Modifying the Configuration File in Bulk ................................................................................................ 53
AgentToolDataTransferGUI......................................................................................................................... 55
System Requirements ............................................................................................................................. 55
Enabling Differential Compression ......................................................................................................... 57
Configuring Data Transfer Service Tool .................................................................................................. 58
Triggering Import Automatically ............................................................................................................. 60
DocAve URL Convert Tool ........................................................................................................................... 62
How to Use This Tool .............................................................................................................................. 62
Creating the XML File .............................................................................................................................. 64
DocAve Migrator Tool ................................................................................................................................. 66
Accessing DocAve Migrator Tool ............................................................................................................ 66
File System Migration ............................................................................................................................. 66
Configuring Connection Management................................................................................................ 66
Configuring File Property Explorer ...................................................................................................... 67
Performing a Scan Analysis ................................................................................................................. 67
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Configuring Security Mappings ........................................................................................................... 69
Exchange Public Folder Migration .......................................................................................................... 72
Configuring Exchange Public Folder Connection ................................................................................ 73
Scanning .............................................................................................................................................. 74
Configuring Security Mapping............................................................................................................. 77
Lotus Notes Migration ............................................................................................................................ 78
Configuring Database Connections ..................................................................................................... 79
Configuring Content Type Mappings .................................................................................................. 80
Configuring User Mappings................................................................................................................. 82
Configuring InfoPath Mappings .......................................................................................................... 85
Performing a Scan Analysis ................................................................................................................. 87
Performing a Database Analysis ......................................................................................................... 89
Viewing Analysis Report...................................................................................................................... 90
Quickr Migration ..................................................................................................................................... 91
Selecting Source .................................................................................................................................. 91
Performing a Scan Analysis ................................................................................................................. 91
Configuring User Mappings................................................................................................................. 94
Creating a Content Type Mapping ...................................................................................................... 95
Editing an Existing Mapping ................................................................................................................ 95
eRoom Migration .................................................................................................................................... 95
Loading eRoom Structure ................................................................................................................... 96
Configuring Security Mapping............................................................................................................. 96
Performing a Scan Analysis ................................................................................................................. 99
Livelink Migration ................................................................................................................................. 102
Performing a Scan Analysis ............................................................................................................... 102
Configuring Security Mappings ......................................................................................................... 111
Configuring Database Inquiry ........................................................................................................... 115
EMC Documentum Migration ............................................................................................................... 116
Configuring EMC Documentum Connection ..................................................................................... 117
Specifying Source .............................................................................................................................. 117
Performing a Scan Analysis ............................................................................................................... 117
Configuring Security Mapping........................................................................................................... 121
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Configuring Content Type Mapping .................................................................................................. 123
Discovery Tool ........................................................................................................................................... 125
Requirements........................................................................................................................................ 125
System Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 125
Permissions Requirements ............................................................................................................... 125
Accessing Discovery Tool ...................................................................................................................... 126
User Interface Overview ....................................................................................................................... 126
Discovery Tool Functions ...................................................................................................................... 127
Farm Information .............................................................................................................................. 127
Applications & Settings ..................................................................................................................... 129
License Manager ............................................................................................................................... 132
User Guide ........................................................................................................................................ 132
About Me .......................................................................................................................................... 132
Reports .................................................................................................................................................. 132
Discovery Tool Summary Report....................................................................................................... 133
Job Information Report ..................................................................................................................... 133
Farm Information Reports ................................................................................................................ 133
General Statistics Reports ................................................................................................................. 134
Configuration Reports ....................................................................................................................... 135
Customization Reports ...................................................................................................................... 135
Advanced Reports ............................................................................................................................. 136
Compare Information Report ........................................................................................................... 136
Compare Information Report Settings.................................................................................................. 137
Report Settings.................................................................................................................................. 137
Metadata Settings ............................................................................................................................. 138
List Settings ....................................................................................................................................... 139
Comparing the Reports ......................................................................................................................... 139
Notices and Copyright Information .......................................................................................................... 140
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Before You Begin
Refer to the sections for system and farm requirements that must be in place prior to using any of the
DocAve supplementary tools.
Configuration
In order to use DocAve tools, the DocAve 6 platform and applicable modules must be installed and
configured properly on your farm. Some of the tools described in this guide will not function without the
DocAve 6 platform and the applicable modules present on the farm.
For instructions on installing the DocAve Platform, DocAve Manager, and DocAve Agents, see the
DocAve 6 Installation Guide.
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Submitting Documentation Feedback to AvePoint
AvePoint encourages customers to provide feedback regarding our product documentation. You can
access the Submit Your Feedback form on our website.
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AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList &
AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList
The AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList tool (used for SharePoint 2010 environment) and the
AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList tool (used for SharePoint 2013 environment) are used to create
Connector lists in bulk. In addition, these tools can be used to create sites or site collections, which are
needed in order to create the lists.
*Note: If the name of a specified storage folder contains illegal characters that are forbidden by
SharePoint, the corresponding list, site, or site collection is not able to be created in SharePoint.
The configuration files for this tool support English, German, French, and Japanese language
environments. The corresponding configuration files are stored in three folders under
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool or
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool in EN, GE, FR, and JP
folders, respectively. Configure the desired configuration files depending on the language of the
environment where your Agent is installed.
Using the tools involves the following steps:
1. Generating an Encrypted Password.
2. Configuring the .csv file according to your requirements. Only one .csv file is needed to run a
command; however, multiple .csv files can be configured to create the site collection, site, etc.
•
Configuring AgentToolCreateList.csv file to set up a Connector library.
•
Configuring AgentToolCreateWeb.csv file to set up a site with the specified Net Share
path.
•
Configuring AgentToolCreateSite.csv file to set up a site collection with the specified Net
Share path.
3. Working with Configuration Files.
4. Running the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList tool.
Before using this tool, make sure that the BLOB Provider and EBS/RBS settings are properly configured
and that the Connector solutions are successfully deployed (only RBS can be enabled in SharePoint
2013.)
Generating an Encrypted Password
Prior to creating any Connector libraries using the tool, the password used to connect to the file system
must be encrypted using the AgentToolSP2013Connector tool,AgentToolSP2010Connector tool, or
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Windows PowerShell. The encrypted password is entered into the .csv files in order to create the
Connector libraries.
To generate an encrypted password using Windows PowerShell, run Encrypt-Password. After you
enter the password, the corresponding encrypted password will generate (as shown in the screenshot
below).
Figure 1: Generating an encrypted password using Windows PowerShell.
To generate an encrypted password using the AgentToolSP2013Connector or
AgentToolSP2010Connector tool, refer to the AgentToolSP2010Connector Tool &
AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool section of this user guide for details.
Configuring AgentToolCreateList.csv
Before creating Connector libraries using the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList.exe tool or the
AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList.exe tool, it is necessary to first configure
AgentToolCreateList.csv. This file is used to configure Connector libraries (Content Libraries and Media
Libraries), and libraries that have been converted to Connector Libraries (Document Libraries, Asset
Libraries, Form Libraries, and Picture Libraries).
*Note: Asset Libraries cannot be converted to Connector Libraries in SharePoint 2013.
To configure AgentToolCreateList.csv, complete the following steps:
1. By default, AgentToolCreateList.csv is located in the Agent installation path …\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2010 or
…\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2013. Navigate
to this path and select the corresponding language folder.
2. Double-click AgentToolCreateList.csv to open the file.
3. Three example rows are displayed; these are examples used for creating Content Libraries,
Media Libraries, Document Libraries, Asset Libraries, Form Libraries, and Picture Libraries.
Remove these rows after entering your own information.
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Figure 2: Example rows in AgentToolCreateList.csv file for English Environment.
4. Refer to the following table for information that needs to be configured in this file.
Option
Storage Type
Web Url
UNC Path
Relative Url
List Type
List Title
Load Metadata
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Description
The storage type of the Connector library
created using the AgentToolCreateList
tool.
*Note: If you set the storage
type to FTP in this configuration
file, the storage settings are
automatically synchronized to
the newly created Connector
library in SharePoint.
The URL of the site where you want to
create the library.
*Note: The site specified here
must be an existing one. If the
site does not exist, create it using
SharePoint or using this tool. See
Configuring AgentToolCreateWeb.csv for
more information.
The physical storage path that will be
connected to the newly-created library.
The relative URL of the library you want
to create.
The type of library you want to create.
• 0 represents Content Library.
• 1 represents Media Library.
• 2 represents Document Library.
• 3 represents Asset Library (only
for SharePoint 2010).
• 4 represents Form Library.
• 5 represents Picture Library.
The title of the library you want to
create.
Specify whether to load metadata from
file system to Connector libraries during
the first synchronization.
• 0 represents False; does not load
the metadata.
• 1 represents True; load the
metadata.
Value
Net Share or FTP
http://ServerIP:Port/Managed
Path/XX/XX
\\IP\c$\FolderName
TestLibrary
0/1/2/3/4/5
TestLibrary
0/1
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Option
Load Permission
Keep Name
Consistent
Allow Blocked File
Description
Specify whether to load the files’/folders’
permissions from the file system to
Connector libraries during the first
synchronization.
• 0 represents None; does not load
permissions.
• 1 only loads the root folder’s
permissions to replace the
permissions of the Connector
library. All files and sub-folders
under the Connector library
inherit the new permissions of
the parent node.
• 2 loads all of the root folders,
sub-folders and files’ permissions
from the file system and the
folders’ and files’ permissions
will be the same as their
permissions in the file system.
Specify whether to keep the filenames in
the storage path consistent with those in
the Connector library when the
filenames are modified due to invalid
characters or filename length limitation
during the synchronization job.
• 0 represents False; does not
keep name consistent between
Connector library and storage
path.
• 1 represents True; keeps name
consistent between Connector
library and storage path.
Specify whether to allow files of blocked
types to be connected from the storage
device and synchronized between the
storage device and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not
allow users to upload files of the
blocked types.
• 1 represents True; allows users
to upload files of the blocked
types.
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Value
0/1/2
0/1
0/1
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Option
Allow Large File
Sync Mode
UserName
password
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Description
Specify whether to allow data that is
larger than X MB (X means the current
Web application maximum upload
size)to be connected from the storage
device and synchronized between the
storage device and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not
allow users to upload files that
are larger than X MB to
Connector library.
• 1 represents True; allows users
to upload files that are larger
than X MB to Connector library.
Select the Synchronization mode that will
be used. There are three synchronization
modes to be selected.
• 1 represents sync changes made
in SharePoint to the storage
path – It is used if files are only
being added, modified, or
deleted through the SharePoint
interface. Only the changes
made in SharePoint will be
synchronized to the storage path
if 1 is configured.
• 2 represents sync changes made
in SharePoint to the storage
path and load new files from the
storage path – It is used if files
are being added, modified, or
deleted through the SharePoint
interface, and files are still
regularly being added to the
storage location. If the value is
set as 2, the changes made in
SharePoint will be synchronized
to the storage path, and the
newly added files in the storage
path will be synchronized to
SharePoint.
The account used to set up the access to
the specified file system path.
The encrypted password for the specified
username.
Value
0/1
1/2
DomainName\UserName
r/6FHm/
jq1iAwlbaGRRTcstAs6HL
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Configuring AgentToolCreateWeb.csv
AgentToolCreateWeb.csv is used to configure site information when creating sites with the specified
Net Share path.
*Note: If any Connector libraries are created while a site is being created using this configuration file,
the newly-created Connector libraries inherit the following Connector settings configured on the site
level:
•
Load Metadata
•
Load Permission
•
Keep Name Consistent
•
Allow Large File
•
Allow Blocked File
•
Sync Mode
Refer to the steps below to configure AgentToolCreateWeb.csv.
1. By default, AgentToolCreateWeb.csv is located in the Agent installation path …\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2010 or
…\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2013. Navigate
to this path and select the corresponding language folder.
2. Double-click AgentToolCreateWeb.csv to open the file.
3. By default, there is an example for each option. Remove the example row after entering your
own information.
Figure 3: Example rows in AgentToolCreateWeb.csv file for English Environment.
4. Refer to the following table for information that needs to be configured in this file.
Option
SiteCollection Url
Description
The URL of the site collection where you
want to create the site.
*Note: The site collection specified here
must be an existing one. If it does not
exist, first create it using SharePoint or
using this tool. Refer to Configuring
AgentToolCreateSite.csv for more
information.
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Value
http://ServerIP:Port/Mana
ged Path/XX
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Option
UNC Path
Relative Url
Web Template
Web Title
Load Metadata
Load Permission
Keep Name
Consistent
Description
The physical storage path that will be
connected to the newly-created site.
The relative URL of the site being created.
The template of the site you want to
create.
*Note: Site template is the name of the
site definition. Site template can be STS,
MPS, BLOG, SGS, or the name of a custom
type of site. Refer to Template Parameter
Values for more information.
The title of the site you want to create.
Specify whether to load metadata from
file system to Connector libraries during
the first synchronization.
• 0 represents False; does not load
the metadata.
• 1 represents True; load the
metadata.
Specify whether to load the files’/folders’
permissions from the file system to
Connector libraries during the first
synchronization.
• 0 represents None; does not load
permissions.
• 1 only loads the root folder’s
permissions to replace the
permissions of the Connector
library. All files and sub-folders
under the Connector library
inherit the new permissions of the
parent node.
• 2 loads all of the root folders, subfolders and files’ permissions from
the file system and the folders and
files’ permissions will be the same
as their permissions in the file
system.
Specify whether to keep the filenames in
the storage path consistent with those in
the Connector library when the filenames
are modified due to invalid characters or
filename length limitation during the
synchronization job.
•
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Value
\\IP\c$\FolderName
TestSite
sts
TestSite
0/1
0/1/2
0/1
0 represents False; does not keep
name consistent between
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Option
Allow Blocked File
Allow Large File
Sync Mode
Description
Connector library and storage
path.
• 1 represents True; keeps name
consistent between Connector
library and storage path.
Specify whether to allow files of blocked
types to be connected from the storage
device and synchronized between the
storage device and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not allow
users to upload files of the
blocked types.
• 1 represents True; allows users to
upload files of the blocked types.
Specify whether to allow data that is
larger than X MB (X means the current
Web application maximum upload size) to
be connected from the storage device and
synchronized between the storage device
and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not allow
user to upload files that are larger
than X MB to Connector library.
• 1 represents True; allows users to
upload files that are larger than X
MB to Connector library.
Select the Synchronization mode that will
be used. There are three synchronization
modes to be selected.
• 1 represents sync changes made
in SharePoint to the storage path
– It is used if files are only being
added, modified, or deleted
through the SharePoint interface.
Only the changes made in
SharePoint will be synchronized to
the storage path if 1 is configured.
• 2 represents sync changes made
in SharePoint to the storage path
and load new files from the
storage path – It is used if files are
being added, modified, or deleted
through the SharePoint interface,
and files are still regularly being
added to the storage location. If
the value is set as 2, the changes
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Value
0/1
0/1
1/2
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Option
UserName
password
Description
made in SharePoint will be
synchronized to the storage path,
and the newly added files in the
storage path will be synchronized
to SharePoint.
The account used to set up the access to
the specified file system path.
The encrypted password for the specified
username.
Value
DomainName\UserName
r/6FHm/
jq1iAwlbaGRRTcstAs6HL
Configuring AgentToolCreateSite.csv
AgentToolCreateSite.csv is used to configure site collection information when creating site collections
with the specified Net Share path.
*Note: If any Connector libraries are created while a site is being created using this configuration file,
the newly-created Connector libraries inherit the following Connector settings configured on the site
level:
•
Load Metadata
•
Load Permission
•
Keep Name Consistent
•
Allow Large File
•
Allow Blocked File
•
Sync Mode
Refer to the steps below to configure AgentToolCreateSite.csv.
1. By default, AgentToolCreateSite.csv is located in the Agent installation path …\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2010 or
…\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool for SharePoint 2013. Navigate
to this path and select the corresponding language folder.
2. Double-click AgentToolCreateSite.csv to open the file.
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3. By default, there is an example for each option. Remove the example row after entering your
own information.
Figure 4: Example rows in AgentToolCreateSite.csv file for English Environment.
4. Refer to the following table for the information that needs to be configured in this file.
Option
WebApp Url
UNC Path
Relative Url
Web Template
Site Title
Load Metadata
Load Permission
Description
The URL of the web application where you
want to create the site collection. If you
want to create a My Site, enter the URL of
My Site Host location.
*Note: The web application specified here
must be an existing one. If it does not exist,
you must first create it using SharePoint.
The physical storage path that will be
connected to the newly-created site
collection.
The relative URL of the site collection you
want to create.
*Note: The managed path must be added
in front of the relative URL of the site
collection.
The template of the top-level site of the
site collection you want to create.
*Note: Site template is the name of the site
definition. Site template can be STS, MPS,
BLOG, SGS, or the name of a custom type of
site.
Refer to Template Parameter Values for
more information.
The title of the site collection.
Specify whether to load metadata from file
system to Connector libraries during the
first synchronization.
• 0 represents False; does not load
the metadata.
• 1 represents True; load the
metadata.
Specify whether to load the files’/folders’
permissions from the file system to
Connector libraries during the first
synchronization.
• 0 represents None; does not load
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Value
http://ServerIP:Port/
\\IP\c$\FolderName
Managed
Path/TestSiteCollection
sts
TestSiteCollection
0/1
0/1/2
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Option
Keep Name
Consistent
Allow Blocked File
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Description
permissions.
• 1 only loads the root folder’s
permissions to replace the
permissions of the Connector
library. All files and sub-folders
under the Connector library inherit
the new permissions of the parent
node.
• 2 loads all of the root folders, subfolders and files’ permissions from
the file system and the folders and
files’ permissions will be the same
as their permissions in the file
system.
Specify whether to keep the filenames in
the storage path consistent with those in
the Connector library when the filenames
are modified due to invalid characters or
filename length limitation during the
synchronization job.
• 0 represents False; does not keep
name consistent between
Connector library and storage path.
• 1 represents True; keeps name
consistent between Connector
library and storage path.
Specify whether to allow files of blocked
types to be connected from the storage
device and synchronized between the
storage device and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not allow
users to upload files of the blocked
types.
• 1 represents True; allows users to
upload files of the blocked types.
Value
0/1
0/1
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Option
Allow Large File
Sync Mode
SiteAdmin
UserName
password
Description
Specify whether to allow data that is larger
than X MB (X means the current Web
application maximum upload size) to be
connected from the storage device and
synchronized between the storage device
and SharePoint.
• 0 represents False; does not allow
user to upload files that are larger
than X MB to Connector library.
• 1 represents True; allows users to
upload files that are larger than X
MB to Connector library.
Select the Synchronization mode that will
be used. There are three synchronization
modes to be selected.
• 1 represents sync changes made in
SharePoint to the storage path – It
is used if files are only being added,
modified, or deleted through the
SharePoint interface. Only the
changes made in SharePoint will be
synchronized to the storage path if
1 is configured.
• 2 represents sync changes made in
SharePoint to the storage path and
load new files from the storage
path – It is used if files are being
added, modified, or deleted
through the SharePoint interface,
and files are still regularly being
added to the storage location. If
the value is set as 2, the changes
made in SharePoint will be
synchronized to the storage path,
and the newly added files in the
storage path will be synchronized
to SharePoint.
The account used to create and manage
the site collection.
The account used to set up the access to
the specified file system path.
The encrypted password for the specified
username.
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Value
1/2
DomainName\UserName
DomainName\UserName
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Working with Configuration Files
When creating site collections or sites using the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList tool (for
SharePoint 2010) or the AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList tool (for SharePoint 2013), the file
system path must be provided in the corresponding .csv files. If there are sub-folders under the specified
file system path, by default, the sub-folders are created as Content Libraries in SharePoint. However, the
sub-folder can also be converted to other types of libraries or sites by editing the two configuration files,
AgentToolConnectorList.config and AgentToolConnectorWeb.config.
The two configuration files, AgentToolConnectorList.config and AgentToolConnectorWeb.config, are
located in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool or
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool. To edit these files, see
the appropriate section below.
AgentToolConnectorList.config
To create a sub-folder to use as a Connector library (Content Library/Media Library), Document Library,
Asset Library, Form Library, or Picture Library, modify the AgentToolConnectorList.config file as
described below.
1. By default, AgentToolConnectorList.config is located in the Agent installation path …\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool or
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool. Navigate to the
corresponding path according to your SharePoint versions.
2. Right-click AgentToolConnectorList.config and choose to open the file with Notepad.
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Figure 5: Values to modify in AgentToolConnectorList.config file.
3. In the <List> node, modify the Title Value, Template Value, and Url Value according to your
requirements.
Property
Title Value
Template Value
Url Value
Description
The name of the library you want to create.
The template of the library you want to
create.
• 0 represents Content Library.
• 1 represents Media Library.
• 2 represents Document Library.
• 3 represents Asset Library (only for
SharePoint 2010).
• 4 represents Form Library.
• 5 represents Picture Library.
The relative URL of the library you want to
create.
Value
test
0/1/2/3/4/5
test
4. When finished, copy the modified AgentToolConnectorList.config file to the target sub-folder.
AgentToolConnectorWeb.config
To create the sub-folder as a site, modify the AgentToolConnectorWeb.config file as described below:
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1. By default, AgentToolConnectorWeb.config is located in the Agent installation path
…\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool or …\AvePoint\
DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2013\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool. Navigate to the
corresponding path according to your SharePoint versions.
2. Right-click AgentToolConnectorWeb.config and choose to open the file with Notepad.
Figure 6: Values to modify in AgentToolConnectorWeb.config file.
3. In the <Web> node, modify the Title Value, Template Value, and Url Value according to your
requirements.
Property
Title Value
Template Value
Url Value
Description
The title of the site you want to create.
The template of the site you want to create.
*Note: Site template is the name of the site
definition. Site template can be STS, MPS, BLOG,
SGS, or the name of a custom type of site.
Refer to Template Parameter Values for more
information.
The relative URL of the site you want to create.
test
sts
Value
test
4. When finished, copy the modified AgentToolConnectorWeb.config file to the target sub folder.
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Configuring Inheritance
Use the files AgentToolConnectorList.config and AgentToolConnectorWeb.config to configure the URL
of the current folder (the folder that will house the configuration file) to inherit the folder name from
file system or break the inheritance.
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If the node <Url Value=””/> in the configuration file is set to “null” or the name of the
current folder, the URL inherits the name of the current folder from the file system.
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If the node <Url Value=””/> in the configuration file is set to other values instead of the
name of the current folder, the URL breaks the inheritance and creates a relative URL
using the URL value you provide.
Template Parameter Values
Refer to the following table for the parameter value of each top-level site template.
Template Name
Team Site
Blank Site
Document Workspace
Blog
Group Work Site
Visio Process Repository
Basic Meeting Workspace
Blank Meeting Workspace
Decision Meeting Workspace
Social Meeting Workspace
Multipage Meeting Workspace
Document Center
Records Center
Business Intelligence Center
Enterprise Search Center
My Site Host
Basic Search Center
FAST Search Center
Publishing Portal
Enterprise Wiki
Parameter Value
STS#0
STS#1
STS#2
BLOG#0
SGS#0
visprus#0
MPS#0
MPS#1
MPS#2
MPS#3
MPS#4
BDR#0
OFFILE#1
BICenterSite#0
SRCHCEN#0
SPSMSITEHOST#0
SRCHCENTERLITE#0/SRCHCENTERLITE#1
SRCHCENTERFAST#0
BLANKINTERNETCONT
ENTERWIKI#0
Refer to the following table for the parameter value of each site template.
Template Name
Team Site
Blank Site
Document Workspace
Blog
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STS#0
STS#1
STS#2
BLOG#0
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Template Name
Group Work Site
Visio Process Repository
Basic Meeting Workspace
Blank Meeting Workspace
Decision Meeting Workspace
Social Meeting Workspace
Multipage Meeting Workspace
Document Center
Records Center
Basic Search Center
Assets Web Database
Charitable Contributions Web Database
Contacts Web Database
Issues Web Database
Personalization Site
Projects Web Database
Parameter Value
SGS#0
visprus#0
MPS#0
MPS#1
MPS#2
MPS#3
MPS#4
BDR#0
OFFILE#1
SRCHCENTERLITE#1
ACCSRV#1
ACCSRV#3
ACCSRV#4
ACCSRV#6
SPSMSITE#0
ACCSRV#5
Running the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList or the
AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList
After completing the necessary configurations, refer to the steps below to create Connector libraries
using the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList.exe tool or the
AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList.exe tool.
*Note: The account used to run this tool must be the Farm administrator.
1. Navigate to the tool location; by default, this tool is located in the Agent installation path
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
2. In the Command Line Window, enter the command including the path of the tool
AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList.exe or AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList.exe, the
path of the .csv file AgentToolCreateList.csv, the path where you want to store the report file
generated by this tool, and the thread number that specifies how many libraries you want to
create concurrently. The thread number cannot be more than 5. For example,
“X:\…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin\AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList.exe” –c
"X:\…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\SP2010\Connector\ConnectorCreateListTool\AgentToolCr
eateList.csv" -r “X:\...\report” -t X
Figure 7: Example of running the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList.exe.
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*Note: The generated report lists Operation, FileSystem Path, Parent Url, Relative Url, Title,
Result, and Exception information. In addition, the creating and saving result statistics are also
collected.
3. After you run the command, the window displays the real-time job progress. You can check
whether it is creating or saving lists and whether the operation is successful.
Figure 8: Real-time job progress in the command line window.
The command for creating the site/site collection that is connected to the specified path is similar to the
command for creating the Connector library. However, ensure that you change the .csv file to
AgentToolCreateWeb.csv or AgentToolCreateSite.csv accordingly and remove the thread number, as
only one site/site collection can be created concurrently.
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Manager Tool Dell DX Client
Use the ManagerToolDELLDXClient tool to display and update the retention time, compression type,
and the date of deferred compression of DocAve Archiver data that is saved on a Dell DX Storage server.
*Note: Only Finished jobs can be loaded in the farm tree and processed by this tool. The data of
Finished with Exception jobs or Failed jobs will not be loaded nor processed.
Environment Requirements
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.Net Framework 3.5 or above.
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The machine on which you run this tool must be within the same subnet as the Dell DX
Storage server.
Using the Manager Tool Dell DX Client
To use the tool, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Manager\Shared\Tools\DELLDXClient\ and locate the
ManagerToolDELLDXClient.exe file.
2. Right-click ManagerToolDELLDXClient.exe and select Run as administrator to run the tool.
3. Enter the hostname or IP address of the DocAve Control Service in the DocAve Control Service
Host field.
4. Enter the DocAve Control Service port into the DocAve Control Service Port field. By default,
DocAve uses 14000 as the Control Service port.
5. Enter the username and the password that are used to log into DocAve into the Username and
Password fields, respectively.
6. Select a DocAve module from the Component drop-down box. By default, Archiver is selected.
7. Click Load to load the jobs’ information of the specified module. The information for all of the
completed jobs is shown on the left side of the screen. Click Reset to clear or reset all of the
information in the two areas to their default values.
8. Double-click one job on the tree; the Original Retention Date, Original Compression Type, and
the Original Defer Compression date of the specified job is shown in the corresponding area on
the right.
9. Select one or several jobs on the tree. You can modify the retention date, compression type, and
the date that the compression is deferred to in the right area of the interface.
*Note: You can select several jobs to run at the same time, but only the jobs that meet the
conditions will be processed by this tool. Refer to the report to view the job status.
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Month to Extend – Enter a positive integer in the field and click Update Retention Date
to postpone the original retention date for the specified number of months.
For example, enter 3 in the Month to Extend textbox. If the Original Retention Date
displayed in the tool is Sat, 13 Aug 2011 02:28:32 GMT, after clicking the Update
Retention Date button, the original retention date will be postponed for 3 months. The
new retention date is Sun, 13 Nov 2011 02:28:32 GMT.
*Note: If no retention time was set initially, no action will be performed by the tool.
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New Compression Type – Select the new compression type from the drop-down box
and click Update Compression Type. The original compression type is replaced with the
new one.
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No means that the data will not be compressed.
o
Fast means that the compression time is shorter, but the size of the data will
not be reduced too much because the compress rate is low.
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Best means the size of the data will be greatly reduced; however, the
compression time is longer.
*Note: If the new compression type you selected is the same as the old one, no action
will be performed by the tool.
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Delay Compression Until – Enter a positive integer in the field and click Update Defer
Compression. The original date that the compression is deferred to will be postponed
for the specified days.
For example, enter 3 in the Delay Compression Until text box.
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If the compression setting is not enabled or the file is already compressed, no
action will be performed by the tool.
o
If the compression setting is enabled and the file is not compressed, the
compression time will be reset to three days later from the current time.
10. The progress of the update job is shown in the progress bar at the bottom of the tool.
11. After all of the update jobs finish, click Exit to exit the tool. You can view the logs and detailed
reports of the jobs in the logs.txt and reports.txt files, accordingly. The files reside in the same
folder as the ManagerToolDELLDXClient.exe file.
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Manager Tool HCP Client
This tool is used to display and update the properties (Retention time, Hold, Shred, and Index) of DocAve
Archiver data that is saved on an HDS Hitachi Content Platform server.
Environment Requirements
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.Net Framework 3.5 or above.
Using the Manager Tool HCP Client
Refer to the steps below to use the tool.
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Manager\Shared\Tools\HCPClient on the DocAve Control
server to locate the ManagerToolHCPClient.exe file.
2. Right-click ManagerToolHCPClient.exe and select Run as administrator to run the tool.
3. Enter the hostname or IP address of the DocAve Control server in DocAve Control Service Host
text box.
4. Enter the DocAve Control service port into the DocAve Control Service Port text box. By default,
DocAve uses 14000 as the Control service port.
5. Enter the username and the password that are used to login DocAve into the Username and
Password text boxes.
6. Select a module in the Component drop-down box. By default, Archiver is selected.
7. Click Load to load the jobs’ information of the specified module. The information of all the
completed jobs will be shown in the left area. Click Reset to and all the information displayed in
the tool will be cleared or reset to the default value.
8. Double-click one job on the tree; detailed information on the selected job will be shown in the
corresponding area on the right.
9. Select one or several jobs on the tree. You can modify the following settings in the right area.
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Index – Select whether to enable the index feature on the HDS Hitachi Content Platform
server. If this value is set to true, the detailed metadata of archived data can be
searched using the index. By default, this feature is enabled.
Select true to enable this feature and select false to disable it.
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Shred – Select whether to enable the shred feature of the HDS Hitachi Content Platform
server. By default, this feature is not enabled.
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If you configure this vaue as true and run the update, archived data will be
deleted thoroughly when the retention time is reached. The deleted data
cannot not be restored.
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If you configure this value as true and run the update, the value cannot be
configured as false in later jobs.
Select true to enable this feature and select false to disable it.
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Month/Day/Hour to Extend – Enter a positive integer in the text box and click Update.
The original retention date will be postponed for the specified time.
If the original retention date (Retention column) displayed in the tool is Thursday, 19
Jan 2012 02:28:32 GMT and you enter 3 in the Month to Extend text box, after clicking
the Update button, the original retention date will be postponed for 3 months. The new
retention date is Thursday, 19 Apr 2012 02:28:32 GMT.
*Note: If no retention time has been set in the past, no action will be performed by the
tool.
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Hold – Enable the Hold feature to protect the data from being deleted. Once the data is
held, it cannot be deleted by end-users, and any retention job will affect the held data.
You cannot expand the retention date of the held data.
Select true to enable this feature and select false to disable it.
10. Click Update to run the update job. The status of the update job will be shown at the bottom of
the tool.
After all update jobs finish, click the Report button to view the summary report of the job or click Show
Details button to view details of the job in the tool. Click to exit the tool.
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Manager Tool Dropbox Client
Use the ManagerToolDropboxClient tool to generate the Token Access and Token Secret that are used
when configuring the Dropbox type physical device.
*Note: .Net Framework 3.5 or above is required for the environment.
Using the Manger Tool Dropbox Client
To use the Manager Tool Dropbox Client, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Manager\Shared\Tools\StorageTool\DropboxTool on the
DocAve Control server to locate the ManagerToolDropboxClient.exe file.
2. Right-click ManagerToolDropboxClient.exe and select Run as administrator to run the tool.
3. Enter the App Key and the App Secret into the corresponding text boxes.
4. Click Next. The Dropbox Login page appears.
5. Register to your Dropbox by entering the e-mail address and the password. Click Sign in.
6. Click Allow to grant your trust on the Dropbox Client and allow it to access your entire Dropbox.
7. Click Generate once you have connected.
8. The Token Access and the Token Secret are generated automatically and displayed in the Get
Token Access and Secret page. Click the Copy link to copy the generated TokenAccess and
TokenSecret that are used when configuring the Dropbox type physical device in DocAve
Control Panel.
9. Click Finish to exit this wizard.
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Manager Tool SkyDrive Client
Use the ManagerToolSkyDriveClient tool to generate the Refresh Token that is used when configuring
the SkyDrive type physical device.
*Note: .Net Framework 3.5 or above is required for the environment.
Using the Manger SkyDrive Client
To use the Manager SkyDrive, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Manager\Shared\Tools\StorageTool\SkyDriveTool on the
DocAve Control server to locate the ManagerToolSkyDriveClient.exe file.
2. Right-click ManagerToolSkyDriveClient.exe and select Run as administrator to run the tool.
3. In the API Verification page, enter the Client ID, Client Secret, and Redirect Domain into the
corresponding text box.
4. Click Next, and then you will be brought to the Login SkyDrive page.
5. Enter the e-mail address and password to sign in. Click Sign in.
6. If you have successfully connected to your SkyDrive, click Next.
7. The Refresh Token is generated automatically and displayed. Click Copy to copy the generated
Refresh Token that is used when configuring the SkyDrive type physical device in DocAve
Control Panel.
8. Click Finish to exit this wizard.
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Media Service Rebuild Index Tool
This tool is used to rebuild the crashed index files for the backup/archived data. The
MediaServiceRebuildIndexTool.exe works for the data of DocAve Granular Back and Restore, Platform
Backup and Restore, and Archiver.
Refer to the instructions below for more information on using MediaServiceRebuildIndexTool.exe:
1. Navigate to …AvePoint\DocAve6\Manager\Media\bin on the server where the Media service
resides.
2. Double-click the MediaSerivceRebuildIndexTool.exe file to run the tool. The Index Rebuild Tool
interface appears.
There are two index configuration modes: Manual and Automatic:
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Manual mode requires the user to manually enter the Net Share directory where the
backup/archived data resides and specify the destination path information where you
want to store the index files. After executing the tool, the index files will be rebuilt
based on the backup/archived data, and be stored to the specified Net Share index
location.
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Automatic mode helps the users rebuild the index for the backup/archived data stored
in Net Share or TSM storage type, based on the storage policy you specified. It will store
the rebuilt index file to the specified logical device.
Manual mode supports to rebuild the index file for the data stored in Net Share; Automatic mode
supports to rebuild the index file for the data stored in Net Share or TSM. Refer to the section below for
more information on using the two different modes.
To rebuild the index by using Manual mode, complete the following steps:
1. Select the Manual radio button, and then click Next to go to the Manual mode Index Rebuild
Tool interface.
2. Select the backup type from the Backup Type drop-down list. The Manual mode supports the
following backup types: Archiver (Data Level Rebuild), Archiver (Index Level Rebuild), Granular,
and Platform.
3. In the Data Information area, enter the net share directory of the backup data in the Data Path
text box in the format: \\admin-pc\c$\data_granular\FarmName\PlanId\CycleId\JobId.
4. Specify the Username and Password into the corresponding text boxes to access the specified
data path.
5. Click Validation Test to check whether the data path is available.
6. In the Index Information area, enter the net share directory where you want to store the index
files in the format: \\admin-pc\c$\data_granular\FarmName\PlanId\CycleId.
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7. Specify the Username and Password into the corresponding text boxes to access the specified
index path.
8. Click Validation Test to check whether the index path is available.
9. Click Start to rebuild the index. Click Back to return to the launch window of the tool.
If you want to run this tool in Automatic mode, make sure that the DocAve Control service is available.
To rebuild the index by using Automatic mode, complete the following steps:
1. Select the Automatic radio button, and then enter the login ID and password of the DocAve
built-in account into the Login ID text box and the Password text box.
2. Click Next to go to the Automatic mode Index Rebuild Tool interface.
3. Select the backup type from the Backup Type drop-down list. The Automatic mode supports the
following backup types: Archiver, Granular, and Platform.
4. In the Data Information area, select the storage policy from the Storage Policy drop-down list,
where the backup data with corrupted index files resides. Expand the data tree. For Archiver
backup type, select the site collection from the archived data tree. For Granular and Platform,
select the Job ID from the backup data tree.
*Note: Automatic mode supports to rebuild index for the data in the storage policies that are
using Net Share or TSM as the Storage Type.
5. In the Index Information area, select a logical device from the drop-down list to store the index
files.
*Note: Granular and Platform backup types support the logical device using Net Share or TSM
storage type. Archiver only supports the logical device using Net Share storage type.
6. Click Start to rebuild the index. Click Back to return to the launch window.
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AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp
This tool helps user clean up the restoring databases, certificate, endpoint, login, user, and master keys
for the database mirroring relationships in the specified SQL server.
Running the AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp Tool
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin, and locate the AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp.exe.
2. Right-click the AgentToolHAMirroringCleanUp.exe, and then select Run as administrator to run
this tool.
3. In the DocAve High Availability Mirroring Clean Up Tool interface, enter the SQL server instance
name into the Server name text box.
4. Select the Authentication method from the drop-down list to access the specified SQL instance.
If you use the SQL Server Authentication, you are required to specify the Username and
Password.
5. Click Connect. The database in the mirroring session will be loaded and displayed in the pane
below.
6. You can perform the following actions on the listed databases in the mirroring session:
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Set Partner Off – Select your desired database in the pane, and click Set Partner Off to
cut off their mirroring sessions.
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Clean Up – If you do not select the database, clicking Clean up will remove all of the
configurations except the database, including the Endpoint, Certificate, Login, and User.
If you select your desired databases in the pane, clicking Clean up will remove all of the
configurations and the database.
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Drop master key – If you select this option and click Clean up, the master key of
this SQL instance will be removed.
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Only drop restoring database – Select the desired database that you want to
remove, and then click Clean up with this option selected. The selected
database will be deleted and the configurations will be kept.
*Note: If you do not select any database with this option selected to clean up,
no databases or configurations will be removed.
7. After performing the actions provided (such as Clean up and Set Partner Off), a message pops
up to inform you the job status and the local directory of the job report.
8. Click Cancel to exit this tool.
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SP2010StorageUpgradeStub
This tool is used to report the detailed location information of the remaining DocAve 5 stubs checked by
the Importing Stubs and BLOB Data or the Importing Connector Stub feature in Data Manager. For more
detailed information about these two features, refer to DocAve 6 Control Panel Reference Guide.
Running the SP2010StorageUpgradeStub Tool
To run the SP2010StorageUpgradeStub tool, complete the following steps:
1. On the server where the DocAve Agent is installed, go to Start > All Programs > Accessories >
Command Prompt.
2. Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. The Command Prompt interface
appears.
3. Enter the command to access the Agent bin folder where the SP2010StorageUpgradeStub tool
resides. It resides under …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin\SP2010StorageUpgradeStub.exe.
For example, enter cd C:\Program Files\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
4. Enter the following command to generate the report:
SP2010StorageUpgradeStub.exe -WebApplicationUrl <Web Application
URL> [-ContentDatabaseName <Content Database Name>]
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-WebApplicationUrl – Enter the full URL of the Web application where the remaining
DocAve 5 stubs reside.
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-ContentDatabaseName – This parameter is optional. Enter the content database name
under the specified Web application to only report the remaining DocAve 5 stubs’
location information within this content database. If this parameter is not used, DocAve
will check the remaining DocAve 5 stubs in all of the content databases under the
specified Web application.
For example, enter SP2010StorageUpgradeStub.exe -WebApplicationUrl http://avepoint:1234
or enter SP2010StorageUpgradeStub.exe -WebApplicationUrl http://avepoint:1234 ContentDatabaseName AvePointDatabase01.
5. After the command completes, the report will be saved
under …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\jobs\D5StubCheckResult. The report shows the type of the
BLOB data, the URL of its SharePoint location, and the version of the file that has multiple
versions (if the version is the current version of the file, it will leave the version field blank).
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AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub
The AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub tool can be used for the following three purposes:
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MoveSPSite ─ Move one site collection from the original content database where it
resides to another content database. Then, move the stub information stored in the
original stub database to the stub database configured for the destination content
database.
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MoveStub ─ Move stub information stored in the original stub database to the stub
database of the specified content database where the corresponding site collection
resides.
Use this command after you have moved a site collection to another content database
using the Windows SharePoint 2010 (2013) Management Shell cmdlet Move-SPSite.
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ChangeStubDB ─ Change the stub database of the specified SharePoint objects and
choose whether to move all related stub information from the old stub database to the
new stub database or not.
*Note: We recommend you set the status of the source stub database's corresponding content
database to read-only to avoid generating new stub information in the source stub database during the
process of changing the stub database.
To change the content database’s status to read-only, complete the following steps:
1. Open SQL Server Management Studio.
2. Expand the Databases node.
3. Double-click the source database.
4. Click Properties in the appeared drop-down list. The Database Properties window appears.
5. In the State field of the appeared window, select Yes from the drop-down list after Database
Read-Only.
6. Click OK to save your changes.
After you finish using the tool, select No from the drop-down list after Database Read-only of the State
field in SQL Server Management Studio.
Running the AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub Tool
The AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub tool directly accesses databases. As a result, only an account with
sufficient permissions should be used to run the tool. Refer to the following for detailed information on
the permissions required:
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Local System Permissions: Member of the local Administrators group.
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SharePoint Permissions:
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User is a member of the Farm Administrators group. Since Administrator works
across farms and on all SharePoint settings and configurations, this account is
needed in order to provide the best and most complete quality of service.
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Full Control to all zones of all Web applications via User Policy for Web
Applications
SQL Permissions:
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Database Role of db_owner for all the databases related with SharePoint,
including content databases, stub databases, SharePoint configuration database
and Central Administration content database.
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Database Role of dbcreator to the corresponding SQL Server, this permission is
only required when you use the ChangeStubDB command and the entered new
stub database does not exist on the specified SQL server.
Refer to the steps below to run this tool.
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin and locate AgentToolSP2010MoveStub.exe or
AgentToolSP2013MoveStub.exe.
2. Double-click the tool to run it. A command-line interface (CLI) appears.
3. From within the CLI, enter a command applicable to you requirements:
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─MoveSPSite ─ Enter this command to move one site collection from the original
content database where it resides to another content database, and then move the stub
information stored in the original stub database to the stub database configured for the
destination content database. This is done so that all stubs can be accessed from
SharePoint and operated in DocAve and SharePoint normally after the corresponding
site collection is moved to the specified content database. Enter the ─MoveSPSite
command and press Enter. Then enter the following command according to the prompt
message appears on the tool interface:
-MoveSPSite [Site Collection URL] [DestinationDatabaseName]
[SourceRBSProvider]<optional> [DestinationRbsProvider]<optional>
Such as, -MoveSPSite http://avepoint/sites/docave DestinationStubDB, or -MoveSPSite
http://avepoint/sites/docave DestinationStubDB SP2010(2013)RBSProvider
SP2010(2013)RBSProvider
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Site Collection URL ─ The complete URL of the site collection that you want to
move to the specified content database.
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DestinationDatabaseName ─ The name of the destination database that you
want to move the specified site collection to.
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SourceRBSProvider (Optional) ─ If the original content database where the
specified site collection has RBS enabled and contains the stubs, enter the RBS
Provider used by the original database here for keeping the stubs after moving
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them to the specified database. If not keeping the stubs after moving to the
specified database, there is no need to enter the RBS Provider used by the
original database. Only SP2010(2013)RBSProvider can be entered here, and the
value is case sensitive.
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DestinationRbsProvider (Optional) ─ If the destination content database where
the specified site collection will be moved to has enabled RBS, enter the RBS
Provider used by the destination database here. Only SP2010(2013)RBSProvider
can be entered here and the value is case sensitive.
─MoveStub ─ Enter this command to move the stub information stored in the original
stub database to the stub database of the specified content database where the
corresponding site collection resides. This action is done so that all of the old stubs can
be accessed from SharePoint and operated in DocAve and SharePoint normally after the
corresponding site collection is moved to a new content database. Enter the ─MoveStub
command and press Enter. Then, configure the following parameters according to the
prompt messages that appear on the tool interface:
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Site Collection URL ─ Enter the complete URL of the site collection that has been
moved to another content database.
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Original Content Database Name ─ Enter the name of the original content
database where this site collection resided.
─ChangeStubDB ─ Enter this command to change the stub database of the specified
SharePoint objects and move all related stub information from the old stub database to
the new stub database.. All of the old stubs can be accessed from SharePoint and
operated in DocAve and SharePoint normally after the stub database of the
corresponding SharePoint objects is changed. Enter the ─ChangeStubDB command and
press Enter. Then, configure the following parameters according to the prompt
messages that appear on the tool interface:
*Note: You must make sure the Control Service is started before running the tool.
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Change stub database mode ─ Enter the mode used to change the stub
database. Entering 0 changes the stub database without copying the existing
data in the old stub database to the new one; entering 1 changes the stub
database and then copies the existing data in the old stub database to the new
one. A value of 1 is required if you wish for all of the old stubs to remain
accessible and operational after changing the stub database.
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WebApplication URLs ─ Enter the complete URL of the Web application where
you want to change the content database’s stub database. Multiple Web
application URLs can be entered here when separated by spaces. An asterisk (*)
represents all of the web applications in the specified farm. If you enter *, the
stub database of all of the Web applications’ content databases and the stub
database of the selected Web application will be changed to the specified stub
database.
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Content database names ─ Enter the names of the content databases
associated with the Web applications that you specified using the Content
database names command. The stub databases of these content databases will
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asterisk (*) represents all of the content databases in the specified Web
applications.
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Destination SQL Server instance ─ Enter the name/IP address of the SQL Server
instance where the new stub database will reside.
o
SQL Server authentication mode ─ Specify the authentication mode used to
access the SQL Server instance. The value 0 represents Windows
Authentication mode, and the value 1 represents SQL Authentication mode. If
the SQL Authentication mode is used, you will be asked to enter the username
and password used to access the SQL instance.
*Note: If using the Windows Authentication mode, the user who runs the
AgentToolSP2010(2013)MoveStub tool must have the Database Creator
permission to log on the SQL server.
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Stub database name ─ Enter the name of the new stub database. If the
specified stub database does not exist, it will be automatically created on the
specified SQL Server instance when the move operation takes place.
*Note: The database name is not case sensitive.
4. Once all of the necessary parameters have been configured, press Enter to run the command.
5. To exit the tool when finished, follow the instructions on the interface. You can also enter exit
and press Enter to exit the tool. To continue using the tool, press any key (other than Enter or
Q) to enter another command.
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AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping &
AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping
The AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping and AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping tools are used to
map the crawl property to the managed property of a specified column, and save the property mapping
to the Compliance database in order to enable the customized metadata filter rule in the advanced
SharePoint search conditions.
*Note: These tools support SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.
Permissions Requirements
To use the AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping and AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping tools
properly, the user who uses these tools must have the following permissions:
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User is a member of the Farm Administrators group
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Full Control permission to the Search Service
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The db_owner database role in the Compliance Database
Running the AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping Tool or the
AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping Tool
To run the AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping or AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping tool, complete
the following steps:
1. Navigate to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin and locate
AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping.exe or AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping.exe.
2. Right-click on the tool and click Run as administrator. The AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping
or AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping interface appears.
3. Configure the following settings in the AgentToolSP2010eDiscoveryMapping or
AgentToolSP2013eDiscoveryMapping interface:
a. Select a column: Refer to the steps below to locate the column that you want to map.
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Web Application ─ Select a web application from the web application dropdown list. All of the site collections under the specified web application will be
loaded in the site collection drop-down list for selection.
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Site Collection ─ Select a site collection from the site collection drop-down list.
All of the sites under the specified site collection will be loaded in the site dropdown list for selection.
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Site ─ Select a site from the site drop-down list. All of the site columns under the
specified site will be loaded in the column title drop-down list for selection.
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Column Title ─ Select a column from the column title drop-down list.
b. Choose to map the current version’s crawl property or the history version’s crawl
property for the selected column by checking the corresponding checkbox at the right
corner of the interface.
c. Click Enable to start the mapping. The mapping status is displayed in the Colum
Mapping field.
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Yes indicates that the corresponding crawl property of the specified column’s
current version or history version has been mapped successfully and saved in
the Compliance database.
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No indicates that the corresponding crawl property of the specified column’s
current version or history version has not been mapped, or not saved in the
Compliance database.
*Note: A full crawl of the web application where the mapped column resides must be performed after
running this tool to make the customized metadata filter rule effective.
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AgentToolSP2010Connector Tool &
AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool
The AgentToolSP2010Connector tool (for SharePoint 2010) or the AgentToolSP2013Connector (for
SharePoint 2013) tool can update Connector document versions from DocAve 6.0 (including DocAve
6.0, 6.0.1 and 6.0.2) to DocAve 6 Service Pack 1 or later versions. The AgentToolSP2010Connector tool
or the AgentToolSP2013Connector (for SharePoint 2013) tool provides the encrypted the password to
connect to the file system before creating any Connector libraries using the
AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList tool. The AgentToolSP2010Connector tool or the
AgentToolSP2013Connector (for SharePoint 2013) tool is also used to generate the report of the stub
status of files and folders within specified scope.
Before using this tool, make sure that the BLOB Provider and the EBS/RBS settings are properly
configured and that the Connector solutions are successfully deployed.
*Note: The account used to run this tool must have the same permissions as the Agent Account. If the
User Account Control is enabled, the AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe or
AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe must run as Administrator.
Running the AgentToolSP2010Connector Tool or the
AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool
By default, the AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe file or the AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe file is
located in the Agent installation path: …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
*Note: All of the commands and parameters for this tool are not case-sensitive.
In the Command Line Interface, enter the command with the location of the
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe file (for SharePoint 2010) or the AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe file
(for SharePoint 2013) as follows, and press Enter.
To get the help information of the AgentToolSP2010Connector tool or the AgentToolSP2013Connector
tool, enter one of the following commands according to your SharePoint versions. After running this
command, the command parameters and some examples are displayed in the Command Line Interface.
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AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –help (this command is used for SharePoint
2010)
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AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe –help (this command is used for
SharePoint 2013)
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For more information on each specific operation, enter the following commands according to your
SharePoint versions to get the detailed help information.
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AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –help <operation> (this command is
used for SharePoint 2010)
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AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe –help <operation> (this command is
used for SharePoint 2013)
*Note: All of the operations in the following sections are referred to the tool for SharePoint 2010. If you
are using SharePoint 2013, replace AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe by AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe,
all of the other parameters keep the same.
Click the following links to jump to the corresponding operation sections.
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Operation -o UpgradeVersion
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Operation -o EncryptPassword
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Operation -o ReportItems
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Operation -o UpgradeConnectedLibrary (SharePoint 2013 Only)
Operation -o UpgradeVersion
This operation is used to update the document versions in all Connector libraries in the SharePoint farm
from DocAve 6.0 (including DocAve 6, DocAve 6 CU1, and DocAve 6 CU2) to DocAve 6 Service Pack 1 or
later versions.
For documents that reside in Connector libraries, the real files of the document versions are stored in a
hidden folder named .fsdl in the connected storage path. The AgentToolSP2010Connector tool (for
SharePoint 2010) or the AgentToolSP2013Connector tool (for SharePoint 2013) only upgrades the real
files of the document versions, but does not upgrade the version links in Connector libraries.
If the documents stored in your Connector libraries have history versions, you must run this tool to
upgrade document versions because the following changes are made to the stub database of DocAve 6
Service Pack 1 and later versions.
Before DocAve 6 Service Pack 1 (and later versions), one document version in the storage path may have
several records in the stub database. However, from DocAve 6 Service Pack 1 on, one document version
in the storage path can only have one record in the stub database.
This tool makes copies of the document versions in the storage path, and makes sure the relationship
between the document version and the stub database record is a one-to-one mapping.
After the upgrade from DocAve 6.0 to DocAve 6 Service Pack 1 or later versions, you will then be able to
open the old document versions successfully.
If the documents stored in your Connector libraries do not have any history versions, there is no need to
run this tool.
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Syntax
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe
-o UpgradeVersion
[-url <The URL of the node where the document versions you want to
update>]
Parameters
Parameter
-url
Required?
Optional
Value and Description
Enter the absolute URL of the supported SharePoint scopes: Web
applications, site collections, sites, or libraries. If this is done, only the
document versions of the Connector libraries within the specified
scope will be updated.
*Note: Quote the parameter value with double quotation marks if
there are spaces in the parameter value.
Examples
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o UpgradeVersion
Or
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o UpgradeVersion –url http://server/site
Checking the Job Status
After running the upgrade job using this tool, you can check the job status in the Summary Report and
Detail Report that are generated in the Agent installation path, which
is …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\Logs\Connector by default.
If there are some versions/libraries that the tool failed to upgrade, you can check the detailed reasons in
the Detail Report.
Figure 9: Job reports.
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Operation -o EncryptPassword
This operation is used to encrypt the password for the AgentToolSP2010ConnectorCreateList tool and
the AgentToolSP2013ConnectorCreateList tool.
Syntax
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe
–o EncryptPassword
After running this command, enter the password that you want to encrypt, and then enter this
password again for confirmation. The encrypted password will be displayed under the The string below
is your password after being encrypted prompt.
Operation -o ReportItems
This operation is used to generate the report of the stub status of files and folders within specified scope.
The generated report will be saved in the following path: …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\Logs\Connector.
Each job will generate a folder named in the format of ReportItems_DateTime under this directory. In
this folder, there may be three types of reports which depend on parameters included in the job.
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Summary Report – Includes stub status and basic information for all of the libraries
checked under the specified scope.
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SharePoint Report– Includes stub status and other basic information for all of the files
and folders in the library under the specified scope. Each library under the specified
scope will generate one SharePoint report. The report is named in the following format:
ListURL(SP).csv. If the –includeVersion parameter is used, each version of file together
with its stub status will be displayed as an entry in the SharePoint report.
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Storage Report – Includes the basic information for all of the files and folder in the
storage path configured for the library. Every library configured a storage path will
generate one storage report. The report is named in the following format:
ListURL(Storage).csv. This report can be only generated when you use the –
includeStorage parameter.
Syntax
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe
-o ReportItems
[-url <The URL of the node where the files and folders’ report you
want to get>]
[-includeStorage>]
[-includeVersion]
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Parameters
Parameter
-url
Required?
Optional
-includeStorage
Optional
-includeVersion
Optional
Value and Description
Enter the absolute URL of the supported SharePoint scopes: Web
applications, site collections, sites, or libraries. If this is done, only
files and folders of Connector libraries within the specified scope will
be reported.
*Note: Quote the parameter value with double quotation marks if
there are spaces in the parameter value.
This parameter is used to generate the storage report, which contains
all of the files and folders information in the storage path configured
for the Connector library.
This parameter is used to include history versions of the files and
folders within the specified scope in the SharePoint report.
Examples
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o ReportItems –url http://server/site
Or
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o ReportItems –url http://server/site includeStorage
Or
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o ReportItems –url http://server/site includeStorage -includeVersion
Operation -o UpgradeConnectedLibrary (SharePoint 2013 Only)
After you have updated Connector from a SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 environment with
connected libraries, you must run the command UpgradeConnectedLibrary for the
AgentToolSP2013Connector tool to make these connected libraries available before you use these
connected libraries in SharePoint 2013. The basic function of this new command for
AgentToolSP2013Connector Tool is to update the Connector EventHandler to the Version of SharePoint
2013, and to update the List Image URL of Connector libraries.
After running the update job using this tool, check the job status in the Reports that are generated in the
Agent installation path, which is …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\Logs\Connector by default. If there are
some libraries that the tool failed to update, check the detailed reasons in the Report or in the Log file.
You can re-run the job according to the prompt information in the Log file.
Perquisites for Running This Operation
The prerequisites for using this new command are:
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DocAve 6 SP2 or a later version is used in your SharePoint 2010 environment.
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After mounting the database with Connector to the farm of SharePoint 2013 from
SharePoint 2010 environment, you have updated the site style to the SharePoint 2013
site style.
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The Connector solutions for SharePoint 2013(SP2013ConnectorContentLibrary.wsp and
SP2013ConnectorMediaLibrary.wsp) must have been deployed to your SharePoint 2013
farm.
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The DocAve agents in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 point to the same DocAve
Manager.
Syntax
AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe
-o UpgradeConnectedLibrary
[-url <The URL of the node where the libraries you want to update>]
Parameters
Parameter
-url
Required?
Optional
Value and Description
Enter the absolute URL of the supported SharePoint scopes: Web
application, site collections, sites, or libraries.
*Note: Quote the parameter value with double quotation marks if
there are spaces in the parameter value.
Examples
AgentToolSP2013Connector.exe -o UpgradeConnectedLibrary
Or
AgentToolSP2010Connector.exe –o UpgradeConnectedLibrary –url
http://server/site
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AgentToolSP2010OrphanStubClean &
AgentToolSP2013OrphanStubClean
The AgentToolSP2010OrphanStubClean and AgentToolSP2013OrphanStubClean tools are used to
search for and clean up orphan stubs that exist in the SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 environment.
Orphan stubs are stubs whose real content have been deleted or stubs that are not able to connect to
their real content.
You can perform the following two functions using this tool:
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Search for orphan stubs in your SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 environment and
generate an Orphan Stub report for your environment.
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Clean up orphan stubs according to the orphan stub report generated in the function
above.
*Note: The account used to run this tool must have the same permissions as the Agent Account.
Searching for the Orphan Stubs
To search for orphan stubs in your SharePoint environment, complete the following steps:
1. By default, the AgentToolSP2010OrphanStubClean.exe or
AgentToolSP2013OrphanStubClean.exe file is located in the Agent installation path:
…\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin. Navigate to this location.
2. Double-click the AgentToolSP2010OrphanStubClean.exe or
AgentToolSP2013OrphanStubClean.exe file to run this tool.
3. Input the following commands to search for the orphan stubs in your SharePoint environment
and generate the orphan stub report:
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Use the RBSOrphanCleanUp command if you enabled RBS for your environment in
order to use DocAve Storage Optimization modules.
RBSOrphanCleanUp -WebApp http://hostname/ -ContentDB WSS_Content SiteCollection http://hostname/sites/test -Action Report -File C:\OrphanStubReport.csv
-AfterTime 2012-1-1
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Use the EBSOrphanCleanUp command (only used for searching for orphan stubs in
SharePoint 2010) if you enabled EBS for the farm in order to use DocAve Storage
Optimization modules.
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EBSOrphanCleanUp -WebApp http://hostname/ -ContentDB WSS Content SiteCollection http://hostname/sites/test -Action Report -File C:\OrphanStubReport.csv
-AfterTime 2012-1-1
This table below contains detailed information on each of the parameters:
Parameter
-WebApp
Type
Required
-ContentDB
Optional
-SiteCollection
Optional
-Action
Required
-File
Required
-AfterTime
Required
Description
The URL of the Web application where you want to
search for or delete the orphan stubs.
The name of the content database where the orphan
stubs reside.
This is an optional parameter. If you use this
parameter, only the specified content database is
searched. If you do not use this parameter, the
entire Web application is searched.
The URL of the site collection where you want to
search for or delete the orphan stubs.
This is an optional parameter. If you use this
parameter, only the specified site collection is
searched. If you do not use this parameter, the
entire Web application is searched.
This action generates an orphan stub report that
displays the orphan stubs discovered by this
command.
The value of this parameter is Report.
The full path where you want to save the orphan
stub report. The path must be detailed to the name
of the report file. For example,
C:\OrphanStubReport.csv.
The report file is generated automatically if it does
not exist. If there is already a file with the same
name existing in the specified location, the newlygenerated report file will overwrite the existing one.
*Note: This command only supports generation of
report files in .csv format.
Only the orphan stubs generated after the specified
date searched for. The date must be in the format of
YYYY-MM-DD.
Y stands for year, M stands for month, and D stands
for day.
4. Press Enter to run the tool.
5. After the search job completes, you can check the orphan stub report under the location
specified in the command.
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Cleaning up the Orphan Stubs
To clean up the orphan stubs discovered in the Searching for the Orphan Stubs section, complete the
following steps:
1. Enter the following Command to clean up the EBS or RBS orphan stubs:
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For cleaning up the EBS orphan stubs, enter the command like EBSOrphanCleanUp Action Clean -File C:\OrphanStubReport.csv.
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For cleaning up the RBS orphan stubs, enter the command like RBSOrphanCleanUp Action Clean -File C:\OrphanStubReport.csv.
2. This table contains the detailed information for each of the parameters:
Parameter
Type
Description
-Action
Required
-File
Required
This action is used to clean up the orphan stubs. The
value of this parameter is Clean.
The full path where the orphan stub report resides.
The path must be detailed to the name of the report
file. For example, C:\OrphanStubReport.csv.
3. Press Enter to run the tool. After the job completes, the orphan stubs recorded in the specified
orphan stub report are deleted from your SharePoint environment.
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Replicator Analyzer Tool
Use the Replicator Analyzer tool to delete failed jobs’ Profile Settings configuration from the
DocAve6_ReplicatorDatabase and modify the SP2010Replicator.xml configuration file in bulk.
For SharePoint 2010 environments, use the SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer tool. For SharePoint 2013
environments, use the SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer tool.
By default, the SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file and the SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file are
located in the Agent installation path: …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
Deleting Failed Job’s Profile Settings Configuration
The Replicator Analyzer tool deletes failed jobs’ Profile Settings configuration from the
DocAve6_ReplicatorDatabase. After deleting the Profile Settings configuration, incremental replication
can be performed successfully.
Regardless of whether a Replicator job is finished or failed, Profile Setting mappings are generated in the
DocAve6_ReplicatorDatabase during the job process. When performing an incremental replication after
a failed replication job, the Profile Settings configuration of this incremental replication is compared
with the Profile Settings configuration of the former failed replication. Since all settings, content types,
columns, and other configurations are the same this incremental replication is skipped and the contents
are not replicated. However, the corresponding contents do not exist in the destination since the former
job failed. This tool is used to delete the useless Profile Settings configuration from failed jobs, thus
ensuring that the incremental replication completes successfully.
To delete a failed job’s Profile Settings configuration, run the tool by completing the following steps:
1. Use a DocAve Agent Account to run this tool. Right-click
SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe/SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file, and select Run as
Administrator.
2. In the Command Line Interface, enter the command to browse to the
SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe/SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file, and press Enter.
Figure 10: Location of the Replicator Analyzer Tool.
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3. Input the following command to delete the configuration according to the specified condition.
The format of the command is SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer (or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer)–type
CMD –data DeleteDirtyDesign –mappingid [MappingID] –itemid [ItemID] –designType
[DesignType]
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SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer (or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer) – Execute the Replicator
Analyzer tool.
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-type CMD – Run the tool by CMD command.
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-data DeleteDirtyDesign – Enable the function of deleting configuration.
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-mappingid[MappingID] – Get configuration according to specified Mapping ID.
[MappingID] is required to be entered. The following steps describe how to find the
Mapping ID of your desired job.
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In DocAve Manager, click Job Monitor to enter the interface.
o
In the Job Monitor interface, select your desired job, and then click View
Mappings on the ribbon. The View Mappings tab appears.
o
In the Job ID column, the character strings after _ is the Mapping ID. For
example, the Job ID is RP20120830041514729574_2db64471-d275-4746-88c489d17bec612a. The Mapping ID is 2db64471-d275-4746-88c4-89d17bec612a.
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-itemid[ItemID] (Optional) – Filter configuration according to specified Item ID. Item ID
is the ID of a SharePoint object and it can be found in SharePoint Content Database.
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-designType[DesignType] (Optional)– Further filter configuration according to specified
Design Type. Design Type is the type of configuration. It is strongly recommended
contacting with our technical staff to help you gain Design Type if you need to delete
configuration of a specified Design Type in a Mapping.
Figure 11: Example of running the Replicator Analyzer Tool.
*Note: If you only set Mapping ID as the condition, enter the command like the following
example: SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer (or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer) –type CMD –data
DeleteDirtyDesign –mappingid 2db64471-d275-4746-88c4-89d17bec612a.
4. Press Enter to run the tool and delete the failed job’s configuration.
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Modifying the Configuration File in Bulk
The Replicator Analyzer tool helps you to modify the SP2010Replicator.xml configuration file in bulk.
To modify the configuration file in bulk, run the tool by completing the following steps:
1. Use a DocAve Agent Account to run this tool. Right-click SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file or
SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file, and select Run as Administrator.
2. In the Command Line Interface, enter the command to browse to the
SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer.exe file, and press Enter.
Figure 12: Location of the Replicator Analyzer Tool.
3. Enter the following command to modify the configuration file. The format of the command is
SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer (or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer) –type CMD –data
ModifyConfigurationFile –scope [Agent|AgentGroup|Farm|All] –scopeId
[AgentHost|AgentGroupName|FarmId] –path –modifytype [Add|Delete|Modify] –value
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SP2010ReplicatorAnalyzer (or SP2013ReplicatorAnalyzer) – Execute the Replicator
Analyzer tool.
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-type CMD – Run the tool by CMD command.
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-data ModifyConfigurationFile – Replicator Analyzer tool will modify the configuration
file.
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-scope [Agent|AgentGroup|Farm|All] – The scope of the configuration file that you are
about to modify. A DocAve agent, an agent group, a farm, or all of the DocAve Agents
that register to DocAve Manager.
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- scopeId [AgentHost|AgentGroupName|FarmId] – The ID of your selected scope. The
Agent Host of the DocAve Agent, the agent group name, or the farm ID.
*Note: If the parameter of scope is All, here you do not need to enter the scope ID.
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- path – The path of the element in the configuration file.
*Note: The entered path is case sensitive.
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Modify the attribute of an element – For example, if you want to modify the
attribute “IsDeleteDefaultList” of the element “ScheduleConfiguration”, the
parameter of path is “Configuration/ReplicatorConfig/ScheduleConfiguration”.
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Add an element – For example, if you want to add an element under
“NonReplicationLists”, the parameter of path is
“Configuration/ReplicatorConfig/FilterConfiguration/NonReplicationLists”.
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Delete an element – For example, if you want to delete an element from
“NonReplicationLists”, the parameter of path is
“Configuration/ReplicatorConfig/FilterConfiguration/NonReplicationLists”.
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-modifytype [Add|Delete|Modify] – Add, delete, or modify an element.
•
-value – The value of the element.
o
Modify the attribute – “value”.
For example, -value “IsDeleteDefaultList:True”.
o
Add an element with single attribute – “type:typeName;innertext:attribute
value”.
For example, -value “type:List;innertext:list1”.
o
Add an element with multiple attributes – “type:typeName;attribute1: attribute
1 value;attribute2:attributea value”.
For example, -value “type:List;Name:list1;Template:template1”.
o
Delete an element with single attribute – “innertext:attribute value”.
For example, -value “innertext:list1”.
o
Delete an element with multiple attributes –
“attribute1:attribute1;attribute2:attribute2 value”.
For example, -value”Name:list1;Template:template1”.
*Note: The entered attribute name and attribute value are case sensitive.
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AgentToolDataTransferGUI
The Data Transfer Service Tool is used to check the newly added and modified data in the source export
location and transfer the new data to the destination export location. Then the import job is triggered
automatically and the new data is imported to the destination node. The Data Transfer Service Tool is
integrated with Replicator’s differential compression function.
In order to use the differential compression function, Remote Differential Compression must be
configured in your operating system on the servers where the source and destination DocAve Agents are
installed.
System Requirements
Refer to the following information to configure the Remote Differential Compression for your DocAve
Agent servers. For the Windows Server 2003 operating system, Remote Differential Compression MSI
must be configured first:
1. Navigate to the following locations to download the installation file of Remote Differential
Compression MSI according to the version of your operating system:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/e/0/ee02f60b-c002-47f7-a92b8d7a58561cd9/AMD64FRE/msrdcoob.exe(For the processers except the IA64 processer)
http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/e/0/ee02f60b-c002-47f7-a92b8d7a58561cd9/IA64FRE/msrdcoob.exe (Only for IA64 processer)
http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/e/0/ee02f60b-c002-47f7-a92b8d7a58561cd9/X86FRE/msrdcoob.exe(Only for X86 operating system)
2. After downloading the specified installation file of Remote Differential Compression MSI,
double-click the downloaded file.
3. Select the I Agree option to agree with the license agreement.
4. Click Next on the Software Update Installation Wizard and finish the installation.
For the Windows Server 2008 operating system, complete the following steps to install the Remote
Differential Compression feature:
1. Navigate to Start > Administrative Tools > Server Manager > Features Summary > Add
Features.
2. Select the checkbox in front of the Remote Differential Compression feature in the pop-up
window.
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3. Click Install to install it.
Figure 13: Remote Differential Compression in Windows Server 2008 operating system.
For the Windows Server 2012 operating system, complete the following steps to install the Remote
Differential Compression feature:
1. Navigate to Start > Administrative Tools > Server Manager > Local Server/All Servers > ROLES
AND FEATURES.
2. Click TASKS and select Add Roles and Features.
3. In the Features section, select the checkbox in front of the Remote Differential Compression
feature.
4. Click Install to install it.
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Figure 14: Remote Differential Compression in Windows Server 2012 operating system.
Enabling Differential Compression
To use the Data Transfer Service Tool, you must enable differential compression first by completing the
following steps:
1. In DocAve Manager, navigate to Administration > Replicator > Profile Settings > Export Profile.
In the Advanced Options sub-profile, select the Differential data compression checkbox. After
configuring other settings, save this main profile.
2. In the Home tab, enable Data Export, then select your desired source node and a previously
configured source export location.
3. Select the previously configured main profile and click Add to Queue.
4. Click Save As a Plan to create a replication plan and then run an offline replication job to export
the data to the source export location.
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Configuring Data Transfer Service Tool
To configure the Data Transfer Service Tool, complete the following steps:
1. On the servers where the source and destination DocAve Agent are installed, create an INI file
named AgentToolDataTransfer in the path where the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe resides
respectively. By default, the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe is located in the Agent installation
path: …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
2. In the source AgentToolDataTransfer.ini file, configure the following information.
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host: Control Service Host
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port: Control Service Port
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user: The user who can log in Control Service
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plan: The import plan name
*Note: Only one plan is supported.
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enablessl: Enable SSL or not.
Figure 15: The source AgentToolDataTransfer.ini file.
3. In the destination AgentToolDataTransfer.ini file, enter the path of Cmdlet.dll
file: …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Shell\DocAveModules\DocAveModule\Cmdlet.dll.
Figure 16: The destination AgentToolDataTransfer.ini file.
4. On the server where the destination DocAve Agent is installed, navigate
to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin. Find the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe file and right-click
it to select Run as administrator.
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Figure 17: The Data Transfer Service Tool interface.
a. In Service Communication, complete the following configurations:
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DocAve Data Transfer Service Port − Enter the service port in the text box.
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Enable SSL Communication – Select this option to enable the secure encrypted
transmission of data and then select the certificate.
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Built-in Certificate – Use the built-in certificate.

User-defined Certificate – Click Select Certificate to select your desired
certificate.
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Select running service as Local System account or specify a user to run the
service.
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Click Start to start the service.
*Note: If you choose Specify a User to run the service, the Set Service Login
window pops up. Enter the username and password in the corresponding text
boxes. The user requires at least read/write permission to the destination
export location.
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b. Click Destination Configuration and enter the destination export location which is
configured in DocAve Manager. Click Apply to apply the destination configuration
settings.
5. In the server where the source DocAve Agent is installed, navigate
to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin. Find the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe file and right-click
it to select Run as administrator.
a. In Service Communication, complete the following configurations:
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DocAve Data Transfer Service Port − Enter the service port in the text box.
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Enable SSL Communication – Select this option to enable the secure encrypted
transmission of data and then select the certificate.

Built-in Certificate – Use the built-in certificate.

User-defined Certificate – Click Select Certificate to select your desired
certificate.
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Select running service as Local System account or specify a user to run the
service.
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Click Start to start the service.
*Note: If you choose Specify a User to run the service, the Set Service Login
window pops up. Enter the username and password in the corresponding text
boxes. The user requires at least read/write permission to the destination
export location.
b. Click Source Configuration and enter the Source Location, Destination Host, and
Destination Port in the corresponding textbox. Click Validation Test to test the
communication. Then click Apply to apply the source configuration settings.
6. The source data will be transferred to the destination export location.
*Note: If you want to configure the Data Transfer Service Tool on the servers where no DocAve Agents
are installed, copy the AgentToolDataTransfer.exe file, the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe file, and the
DocAveModules folder to your desired path. If so, the path of Cmdlet.dll file entered in the destination
AgentToolDataTransfer.ini file is …\DocAveModules\DocAveModule\Cmdlet.dll. By default, the
AgentToolDataTransfer.exe file and the AgentToolDataTransferGUI.exe file are
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin of the server where DocAve Agent is installed. The DocAveModules
folder is in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Shell of the server where DocAve Agent is installed.
Triggering Import Automatically
To automatically trigger an import, complete the following steps:
1. In DocAve Manager, create a Replicator import plan.
*Note: The plan name must be the same as the one you configured in the INI file.
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2. Run an import job to test whether the data can be imported properly.
3. When new data is added in the source, run an export job and the import job will be triggered.
The exported data will be replicated to the destination location.
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DocAve URL Convert Tool
This tool allows you to convert any URLs to the specified ones in the selected scope (Web Application,
Site Collection, Site, or List).
*Note: When converting the URL in the document content for SharePoint 2013, some properties of the
document will be changed at the same time. For example, the modified time of the document will be
updated.
How to Use This Tool
To use the DocAve URL Convert tool, complete the following steps:
*Note: Make sure the user who runs this tool has enough permissions.
Local System permission:
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User is a member of the local Administrators group.
SharePoint permissions:
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User is a member of the Farm Administrators group. Since Administrator works across
farms and on all SharePoint settings and configurations, this account is needed in order
to provide the best and most complete quality of service.
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Policy for Web Application: Full Control
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User Profile Service Application permissions:
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Create Personal Site (required for personal storage, newsfeed, and followed
content)
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Follow People and Edit Profile
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Use Tags and Notes
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Full Control
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Managed Metadata Service: Term Store Administrator
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Business Data Connectivity Service: Full Control
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Search Service: Full Control
SQL permission:
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Database Role of db_owner for all the databases related with SharePoint, including
Content Databases, Configuration Database, and Central Admin Database.
1. Navigate to …\Program Files\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin in the machine where the DocAve
Agent is installed.
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2. Run the AgentToolSP2010ConvertURL.exe/AgentToolSP2013ConvertURL.exe found in the bin
folder according to your SharePoint. The DocAve URL Convert Tool interface appears.
3. Select the Level of the URLs you want to convert from the Level drop-down list. Four levels are
available: Web Application, Site Collection, Site, and List.
4. Enter the URL of the specified level where you want to change the links in the Scope URL field.
5. Two URL converting modes are available: Single Mapping and Bulk Mapping.
Single Mapping enables to you to convert the selected URL to another one in the specified
scope; Bulk Mapping enables you to convert the selected URLs to the corresponding ones in
bulk in the specified scope.
a. Single Mapping ─ Click the Single Mapping radio button to enable the Single Mapping.
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Enter the URL that you want to convert in the Find URL field.
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Enter the URL that the specified URL will be converted to in the Replace with
URL field.
b. Bulk Mapping ─ Click the Bulk Mapping radio button to enable the Bulk Mapping.
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Click Upload to upload the previously created xml file that contains URL
mappings. For more information about creating an xml file, refer to the Creating
the XML File section.
6. After configuring the URL replacing settings, you can Click Option>> to configure the advanced
settings if necessary. The specified URLs will be converted using the default advanced settings if
you do not change it.
To configure the advanced settings, complete the following steps:
a. Conversion Options ─ Two options are available: Case-Sensitive and Replace Relative
URL.
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Case-Sensitive ─ The URLs you entered are case sensitive with this option
selected.
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Replace Relative URL ─ Only the relative URL of the specified URL will be
replaced with this option selected. For example, set the value of Find URL as
http://AvePoint2/sites/siteB and the value of Replace with URL as
http://AvePoint/sites/siteA. With this option selected, the URL
http://AvePoint2/sites/siteB will be changed to http://AvePoint2/sites/siteA
after converting. If this option is not selected, the URL will be changed to
http://AvePoint/sites/siteA after converting.
b. Object Level ─ You can also convert the specified URLs to the corresponding ones in the
following scopes by selecting the corresponding checkbox. By default, the URLs will not
be changed in these scopes if the corresponding checkboxes are not selected.
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Item ─ Replace the URL if it exists in the item’s properties.
*Note: This option works only when the Single Mapping mode is selected.
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Web Part ─ Replace the URL if it exists in the content editor web part, the image
Web part, and the customized web part page.
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Article Page ─ Replace the URL for the properties (Page Content and Page Image
and Summary Link Field Control) of Article Page/Welcome Page in the Pages list.
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Document ─ Replace the URL that exists in the Word or Excel in the document
library including the uploaded Word or Excel.
*Note: This option works only on the machine that has Office 2010 installed.
c. Report Location ─ Click Modify to select a location to store the job reports. By default,
the location is the desktop.
7. You can click Test Run to simulate the URL converting as you configured, or click Replace to start
converting the URLs as you have defined above. After clicking Test Run or Replace, a Detail
Report will be generated in the specified report location, and an Error Report will be generated
only when errors occurred during the URL converting. You can view the URL replacing details in
the corresponding job report.
8. Click Exit to exit this tool.
Creating the XML File
Create an xml file as the screenshot below for Bulk Mapping mode. Change the values of the Mapping
find attribute and the replaceWith attribute to the URLs you want to convert and to be converted to
respectively.
Figure 18: The xml file for the DocAve URL Convert Tool.
To create an xml file, complete the following steps:
1. Create a txt document.
2. Enter a MappingPairs node in the created txt document.
3. Enter the Mapping find and replace with attributes under this node.
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Mapping find ─ Enter the URL that you want to convert.
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replaceWith ─ Enter the URL that you want the specified URL to be converted to.
Enter more groups of mapping attributes to add more mappings.
4. Save this txt document in the xml format after setting up the URL replacing mappings.
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*Note: If you set up several replaced policies for one URL, only the deepest URL can be replaced. Take
the mapping XML file above as an example. After running the tool, the URL
http://avepoint/sites/TestSite/link1/link2 will be changed to
http://avepoint/sites/TestSite/link3/link4 other than http://avepoint/sites/TestSite/link5/link2.
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DocAve Migrator Tool
The DocAve Migrator Tool is mainly designed to scan the source data for migration, generate the scan
report for your reference, and set up security mapping that can be used when performing a DocAve
migration job.
You can use the Migrator Tool to scan source data from Lotus Notes, Quickr, eRoom, File System,
Exchange Public Folder, EMC Documentum, and Livelink. For different sources, refer to the different
sections for details of how to use the tool.
Accessing DocAve Migrator Tool
To access the DocAve Migrator Tool and leverage its functionalities, complete the following steps:
1. Go to the installation directory of DocAve Agent, and browse to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
2. Double-click MigratorTool.exe to start this tool. The main interface appears.
*Note: Make sure the user who runs DocAve Migrator Tool is a member of the local Administrators
group on the server with DocAve Agent installed.
File System Migration
On the Migrator Tool main interface, click File System Migration to start. For a File System migration,
use the Migrator Tool to complete the following steps:
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Connection Management – Edit, create, or delete a NetShare connection.
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File Property Explorer – Check the detailed information and permissions of files in the
local device or a specific NetShare connection.
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Scan Analysis – Select the source file, configure scan analysis settings, and run a scan
analysis job for evaluating the risks in your source content according to the scan
analysis settings before executing the file system migration job.
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Security Mappings – Configure the domain mapping, group mapping, and user
mapping and then export the security mappings information to the XML file.
Configuring Connection Management
Connection Management helps users to edit, create, or delete a NetShare connection. To create a new
NetShare connection, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to Migrator Tool > File System Migration > Connection Management.
2. Enter the Connection Name, UNC Path, and the corresponding Username and Password.
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3. Click Save when you complete the settings.
To edit an existing NetShare connection, complete the following steps:
1. Select a NetShare connection in the NetShare Connections box.
2. Click Edit that appears at the end of the selected connection.
3. Modify the Connection Name, UNC Path, and the corresponding Username and Password.
4. Click Save when you complete the settings.
To delete an existing NetShare connection, complete the following steps:
1. Select a NetShare connection in the NetShare Connections box.
2. Click the delete ( ) button that appears at the end of the selected connection.
3. Click OK when the pop-up message displays to make sure that you really want to delete this
connection.
Configuring File Property Explorer
To check the detailed information and permissions of files in the local device or a specific NetShare
connection, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to Migrator Tool > File System Migration > File Property Explorer.
2. Select Local scope if you want to check files in the local device. Select a specific NetShare
connection if you want to check files in this connection.
3. Expand the data tree on the left pane to locate the desired folder. All of the files in this folder
are displayed on the right pane. The Name, Size, Date Modified, and Location information is
listed.
4. Select the desired file. The file’s properties and permissions will be displayed in the Permissions
and Details area.
Performing a Scan Analysis
Scan analysis evaluates the risks in your source content according to the scan analysis settings before
executing a file system migration job. After a scan analysis job completes, you will get an Excel report for
the risks defined by the threshold settings you have configured. To scan the specified source contents,
complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to Migrator Tool > File System Migration > Scan Analysis.
2. Select the source content from the local device or a specific NetShare connection for scan.
3. Click Next after you select the desired source content, or click New Scan to clear the current
selection and start a new scan.
4. Select a filter policy or create a new filter policy to filter your desired source objects for the scan.
If you do not want to use a filter policy, skip this step.
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5. Configure the Scan Analysis Settings to set the rules.
*Note: The source content that matches the rules will be clarified and the details will be added
to the comment in the scan report. For each scan option, you are required to define a
classification for the content matching your settings. Select a classification category from the
Classification drop-down list. In the generated scan report, the contents matching the scan
options settings will be marked with the classification you specified in the Classification column
to group the scan results.
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Blocked file types in SharePoint – Click Show Details to view the file types that are
blocked in SharePoint. You can delete or add file types in the text box according to your
requirements.
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Character Length –Configure Target SharePoint library/folder URL and character length
limitation settings.
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Target SharePoint library/list URL – Enter the destination SharePoint library/list
URL into this text box in the format:
http://www.avepoint.net/sites/subsite/library/folder.
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Length of the file name exceeds – The default value is 80, and the scale you can
set is from 1 to 128. If the character length of the file name (consisting of the file
name, the period (.), and extension name) exceeds the limitation you set, the
extra characters at end of the file name are pruned.
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Length of the folder name exceeds – The default value is 60, and the scale you
can set is from 1 to 128.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – The default value is 255, and the scale
you can set is from 1 to 260. The length of the SharePoint URL is calculated from
the first character of the managed path, that is “/”.
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File size exceeds – Scan the item whose size exceeds the specified value. Enter the value
in the blank text box and the unit is MB. By default, the item whose size exceeds 50 MB
is scanned.
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Illegal characters in folder/file name in SharePoint – Scan the files and folders whose
name contains the illegal characters. Click Show Details to view the illegal characters.
You can delete or add illegal characters in the text box according to your requirements.
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Folder name ended with illegal extensions – Scan the folders with a name ending with
an illegal extension name. For example, if is a folder named abc_bylos and _bylos is the
illegal extension name, this folder will be clarified as the clarification category you set in
the scan report. Click Show Details to view the illegal extension names.
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Folder/file name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Scan the files and folders
whose name contains consecutive periods.
6. Choose one of the following options:
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Click New Scan to clear the current scan rules and go back to the Source Data Selection
step.
7. Click Browse to select a location to store the scan report.
8. Click Scan to start the job. You can view the real-time progress.
9. After the scan is completed, Scan Analysis Summary information is listed, and you can find the
scan report in the specified location to view detailed information.
Configuring Security Mappings
Configure Security Mappings to manage domain mappings, user mappings, and group mappings. Click
the Security Mappings tab to access Security Mappings.
Configuring LDAP Settings
Before configuring the security mappings, you must configure LDAP Settings first by completing the
following steps:
1. Click the LDAP Settings link. The LDAP Settings window appears.
2. In the LDAP Settings interface, configure the following settings:
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Type – Choose to configure the settings for a source domain or a destination domain by
selecting the corresponding radio button.
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LDAP Path – Enter the IP address or host name of the server where the domain
controller is installed.
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Username – Enter the name of the user who has the permission to access the LDAP
server.
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Password – Enter the password of the user.
3. Click Add to save the LDAP settings. The domain information is displayed in the Domains table.
Click Reset to clear the current configuration and configure new settings.
4. After configuring the LDAP settings for the source domain and the destination domain, click
Close to close the LDAP Settings window.
Configuring Domain Mappings
To configure a domain mapping, click the Domain Mapping tab in the Security Mappings interface, and
then complete the following steps:
1. Select a source domain in the Source Domain Name field.
2. Select a destination domain in the Destination Domain Name field.
3. Click Add to create a domain mapping. Click the delete ( ) button that appears at the end of
the domain mapping to delete the mapping.
4. Click Export to XML File to export the mapping to an XML file.
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*Note: DocAve supports importing the exported domain mapping XML file to Control Panel >
Mapping Manager > Domain Mapping.
*Note: The configured domain mapping takes effect in a file system migration job once the
following conditions are both met:
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The XML file is stored in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator
directory.
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The value of the attribute ExternalSecurity in FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml
file is True. The FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml file resides
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator.
Configuring User Mappings
To configure a user mapping, click the User Mapping tab in the Security Mappings interface, and then
complete the following steps:
1. Select a source domain from the first drop-down list.
2. Click Load to access the Load Source User window.
3. Optionally, select the Use filter rules checkbox to filter the source users by configuring the
following settings:
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select a rule from the Rule drop-down list to determine filter the source users by Login
Name, Display Name, First Name, or Last Name.
c. Select a filter condition from the Condition drop-down list to decide how to work on the
filter rule. The selected rule Starts With or Contains the specified value. Select By Regex
to filter users by regular expression.
d. Enter your desired value or regular expression in the Value text box.
Click Add a Criterion to and repeat the steps above to add multiple rules. There are two
logics currently: And and Or. By default, the logic is set to And. If desired, change the logic
to Or by selecting it from the drop-down list. And means the user that meets all of the filter
criteria will be added to the user mapping. Or means the user that meets any one of the
filter criteria will be added into the user mapping.
Click the delete ( ) button to delete a filter rule.
4. Click Load to load the source users, and close the Load Source User window.
5. Select a source domain from the second drop-down list.
6. Click Load to access the Load Destination User window.
7. Optionally, select the Use filter rules checkbox to filer the source users. For details, refer to step
3.
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8. Click Load to load the destination users and close the Load Destination User window.
9. The loaded source/destination users are displayed in the Source Username/Destination
Username field.
10. Select a source user and a destination user, and then click Add to create a user mapping.
11. To add a new source or destination user, click Add a Source User or Add a Destination User. The
Add Users window appears.
12. Click Add and enter the username in the text box, or click the delete ( ) button to delete the
newly added user.
13. Click Save to save your configurations, or click Cancel to cancel your configurations.
14. On the right pane, select the Show default matched users checkbox to display the default
matched users. The source users and the destination users are matched based on the login
name without domain.
For example, there is a source user source\administrator and a destination user
destination\administrator. The name administrator is the same and they are matched.
*Note: When the Show default matched users checkbox is selected, it is unsupported to
manually add a user to the right pane.
15. Click Export to XML File to export the mapping to an XML file.
*Note: DocAve supports importing the exported user mapping XML file to Control Panel >
Mapping Manager > User Mapping.
*Note: The configured user mapping takes effect in a file system migration job once the
following conditions are both met:
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The XML file is stored in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator
directory.
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The value of the attribute ExternalSecurity in FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml
file is True. The FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml file resides
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator.
Configuring Group Mappings
To configure a group mapping, click the Group Mapping tab in the Security Mappings interface, and
then complete the following steps:
1. Select a source domain from the first drop-down list.
2. Click Load to access the Load Source Group window.
3. Optionally, select the Use filter rules checkbox to filer the source groups.
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
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b. Select Group Name from the Rule drop-down list to filter the source groups by group
name.
c. Select a filter condition from the Condition drop-down list to decide how to work on the
filter rule. The group name Starts With or Contains the specified value. Select By Regex
to filter groups by regular expression.
d. Enter your desired value or regular expression in the Value text box.
Click Add a Criterion to and repeat the steps above to add multiple rules. There are two
logics currently. And and Or. By default, the logic is set to And. If desired, change the logic to
Or by selecting it from the drop-down list. And means the group that meets all of the filter
rules will be added to the group mapping. Or means the group that meets any one of the
filter rules will be added into the group mapping.
Click the delete ( ) button to delete a filter rule.
4. Click Load to load the source groups and close the Load Source Group window.
5. Select a destination domain from the second drop-down list.
6. Click Load to access the Load Destination Group window.
7. Optionally, select the Use filter rules checkbox to filer the source users. For details, refer to step
3.
8. Click Load to load the destination groups and close the Load Destination Group window.
9. Click Export to XML File to export the mapping to an XML file.
*Note: DocAve supports importing the exported group mapping XML file to Control Panel >
Mapping Manager > Group Mapping.
*Note: The configured group mapping takes effect in a file system migration job once the
following conditions are both met:
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The XML file is stored in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator
directory.
•
The value of the attribute ExternalSecurity in FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml
file is True. The FileSystemMigrationConfiguration.xml file resides
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\FileMigrator.
Exchange Public Folder Migration
Before performing an Exchange Public Folder Migration job, you can use the DocAve Migrator Tool to
implement the following functions:
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Scan the source public folder contents. The contents in the selected nodes will be
recorded in the scan report and the contents that match the configured rules will be
marked with a comment for your reference.
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Configure the security mapping. DocAve Migrator tool can export the security mapping
settings to an XML file and you can import this XML file to DocAve for use in running
migration jobs.
To access the Exchange Public Folder Migration section of DocAve Migrator tool, click Exchange Public
Folder Migration on the DocAve Migrator Tool main interface. The Exchange Public Folder Migration
interface appears with the Connection Management page selected.
*Note: Make sure the tool you launched is at the machine that can connect to the Exchange Server.
Refer to the following sections below for details about configuring the Exchange Public Folder
connection settings, performing the scan analysis, and configuring security mapping settings.
Configuring Exchange Public Folder Connection
To perform the scan, you must configure the Exchange public folder connection so that the tool can
access the Exchange Public Folder by completing the following steps:
1. In the Connection Management interface, find the Configure Exchange Connection area.
2. Configure the following settings:
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Connection Name – Enter a name in the text box for the Exchange public folder
connection.
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Access Method – Select the access method according to the Exchange server.
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Select WebDAV (Exchange 2000/2003/2007) if using Exchange Server
2000/2003/2007.
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Select Web Services (Exchange 2007/2010/2013) if using Exchange Server
2007/2010/2013.
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Select MAPI (Exchange 2000 or above versions) if using Exchange Server 2000
or above versions.
For Exchange Server 2007, both WebDAV and Web Services are applicable.
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Username and Password – Enter the username (domain\username) and the password
for accessing Exchange Public Folder. It is recommended to specify an administrator
here in order to have the required permission to load all data.
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Exchange URL (for WebDAV and Web Services) – Enter the URL of the Exchange Public
Folder that the tool accesses to. An example is shown in the Exchange URL text box.
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Outlook Profile (for MAPI only) – Enter the Outlook profile that the tool accesses to.
*Note: You can find the existing profiles by navigating to Control Panel > Mail (32-bit) >
Show Profiles on the source server. If no profile can be found, create a new one.
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3. Click Save to save this connection, or click Reset to reset the connection. The saved connection
will be listed in the Exchange Connections area below.
4. In the Exchange Connections area, click Edit in each line to edit the corresponding connection,
or click the delete ( ) button to delete the connection.
Scanning
After configuring the Exchange connections, click Scan Analysis to go to the Scan Analysis interface.
There are three steps to perform the scan analysis: Source Data Selection, Scan Analysis Settings, and
Scan and Results.
Source Data Selection
In the Source Data Selection step, configure the settings by completing the following steps:
1. Select an existing Exchange connection from the drop-down menu, or click New Exchange
Connection to create a new Exchange connection directly in the Configure Exchange
Connection pop-up window. For detailed information on create a new connection, refer to
Configuring Exchange Public Folder Connection.
2. Click the Public Folders to expand the data tree, and select the nodes that you want to scan.
3. Click Next to go to step 2, or click New Scan to restart the step 1’s configuration.
Scan Analysis Settings
In the Scan Analysis Settings step, configure the scan analysis settings to set the rules. The source
contents matching the rules will be marked with a comment in the scan report. For each scan option,
select a classification from the Classification drop-down menu. In the scan report, the contents
matching the scan options will be marked with the classification you specified in a Classification column
to help you group the scan results.
For detailed information on the scan options, refer to the following steps:
1. Filter Policy – Select an existing filter policy from the drop-down menu, or click New Filter Policy
to create a new one. You can also click Filter Policy Settings to create new filter policies or
manage the existing ones. For detailed information, refer to Filter Policy Management.
2. Block file types in SharePoint – Click Show Details to view the file types that are blocked in
SharePoint. You can delete or add file types in the text box according to your requirements.
3. Character Length – Configure character length limitations for the SharePoint URL, filename, and
folder name. In SharePoint, the maximum length of SharePoint URL is 260 characters, and the
maximum length of file name and folder name is 128 characters.
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Length of the file name exceeds – The default value is 60, and the scale you can set is
from 1 to 128. If the character length of the file name (consisting of the file name, the
period (.), and extension name) exceeds the limitation you set, the extra characters at
end of the file name are pruned.
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Length of the folder name exceeds – The default value is 80, and the scale you can set
is from 1 to 128.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – The default value is 255, and the scale you can
set is from 1 to 260. The length of the SharePoint URL is calculated from the first
character of the managed path, that is “/”.
To check whether the length of the SharePoint URL exceeds the limitation, you must specify the
length of your destination SharePoint URL by one of the following methods:
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Target SharePoint URL – Enter the URL of the destination SharePoint site.
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Target SharePoint URL length – Enter the length of the destination SharePoint site URL.
The length of the SharePoint site URL is calculated from the first character of the
managed path, that is “/”.
4. Illegal characters in folder/file name in SharePoint – Scan the files and folders whose name
contains the illegal characters. Click Show Details to view the illegal characters. You can delete
or add illegal characters in the text box according to your requirements.
5. File size exceeds – Scan the file whose size exceeds the specified value. Enter the value in the
blank text box and the unit is MB. The default value is 50MB.
6. Attachment Information – Scan the attachment information in each item.
*Note: Scanning the attachment information may take a long time.
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Attachment size exceeds – Scan the attachments whose size is larger than the
specified value. Enter a value in the corresponding text box and the unit is KB.
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Attachment numbers exceeds – Scan the number of attachments in an item that is
more than the specified value. Enter a value in the corresponding text box.
7. Hidden items – Scan all of the hidden items in this source.
8. Folder/file name ends with illegal postfixes – Scan the files and folders with a name ending
with an illegal postfix. For example, if is a folder named abc_bylos and _bylos is the illegal
postfix, this folder will be included in the scan report. Click Show Details to view the illegal
postfixes.
9. Folder/file name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Scan the files and folders whose name
contains consecutive periods.
10. Users and Groups – Scan the users and groups that have permissions to the selected nodes.
Click Next to go to step 3, or click New Scan to restart the step 1’s configuration.
Scan and Results
In the Scan and Results step, click Browse to browse to a location to store the scan report, and click OK
to save the location, and then click Scan to start the scan process. You can view the following
information under the lower pane of the Scan Analysis interface: Scan Progress and Scan Analysis
Summary (including Number of Scanned Folders, Number of Scanned Items, Number of Scanned
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Attachments, Total Size, and Start Time). When the scan progress is finished, you can view the Finish
Time of the scanning. You can also click View Detailed Report to locate to the specified location to view
the report directly.
Filter Policy Management
To create new filter policies or manage the existing ones, click Filter Policy Settings in the Scan Analysis
Settings interface. The Filter Policy pop-up window appears. Configure the following settings:
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Create – To create a new filter policy, click Create. The Create interface appears.
i.
Enter a name for the filter policy you are about to create.
ii.
Select a filter level (Folder or Exchange Message) and click Add a Criterion.
iii.
In the Rule column, Name is the default rule for an Exchange message and a
folder. Contains is the default condition.
iv.
Click Name to change the rule from the drop-down menu and then specify the
corresponding condition and value.
For the Name and Message Class rule, the available conditions are Contains,
Does Not Contain, Equals, and Does Not Equal.
*Note: Only the Name rule is available if you select the Folder level.
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Contains – When the item’s name/message class contains the value you
set, it will be filtered and included in the filter results.
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Does Not Contain – When the item’s name/message class does not
contain the value you set, it will be filtered and included in the filter
results.
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Equals – When the item’s name/message class equals the value you set,
it will be filtered and included in the filter results.
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Does Not Equal – When the item’s name/message class does not equal
the value you set, it will be filtered and included in the filter results.
For the Created Time/Modified Time/Received Time/Start Time/Due Time rule,
the available conditions are Before, After, Within, and Older Than.
*Note: Only the Created Time and Modified Time rules are available if you
select the Folder level.
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Before – When the item’s time is before the time value you set, it will
be filtered and included in the filter results.
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After – When the item’s time is after the time value you set, it will be
filtered and included in the filter results.
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Within – When the item’s time is within the time range you set, it will
be filtered and included in the filter results.
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Older Than – When the item’s time is older than the time value you set,
it will be filtered and included in the filter results.
If you have more than one criterion, click the order to adjust the criteria’s order
and adjust the logic relation according to your requirements. By default, the
logic relation between each criterion is And. You can click the current logic
relation (And or Or) to change it.
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And – When multiple criteria are used, only the data that meets all of
the criteria is included in the filter results.
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Or – When multiple criteria are used, the data that matches at least one
of the criteria is included in the filter results.
After the filter policy settings complete, click Save to save the settings and
return to the Filter Policy page.
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Edit – Select an existing filter policy and click Edit. The Edit interface appears. Configure
the filter rules and click Save to save changes to this filter policy.
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Delete – Select an existing filter policy and click Delete.
Configuring Security Mapping
To configure the domain mapping, group mapping, and user mapping, complete the following steps.
DocAve Migrator tool can generate the mapping settings to an XML file for using by DocAve.
1. Click Security Mappings to go to the Configure Security Mappings interface.
2. Click the LDAP Settings link to configure the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
settings. The LDAP Settings pop-up window appears.
3. In the LDAP Settings area, select the Source Domain Name/Destination Domain Name option
and provide the following information.
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Exchange Version (for Source Domain only) – Enter the version of the Exchange server.
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LDAP Path – Enter the IP address where the domain controller is installed.
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Username and Password – Specify the credentials.
4. Click Add to save the domain, or click Reset to reset the settings. After successfully verifying the
settings, the domain will be displayed in the Domains area.
5.
If you want to migrate the source users and groups, click Save Security Information to save the
Exchange user and group information to the ExchangeSecurityInfo.xml file. During the
migration job, DocAve will use this file to obtain the exact security information instead of using
API.
*Note: To make this file take effect, save this file to
the …\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\PublicFolderMigrator directory.
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6. Click Close or the close ( ) button on the upper-right corner of the pop-up window to close this
window and back to the Configure Security Mappings interface.
7. Configure the mappings:
a. Domain Mapping – Select a source domain from the Source Domain Name list and a
destination domain from the Destination Domain Name list, then click Add to add the
domain mapping. The mapping will be displayed on the right pane of the interface. You
can click the Delete ( ) button to delete the selected domain mapping.
b. User Mapping – Select a source/destination domain from the drop-down menu and
click Load. The Load Source/Destination User pop-up appears. If desired, configure user
filter rules by selecting the Use filter rules checkbox and add criteria to filter users. Click
Load to load the users that meet the rules and back to the Configure Security Mapping
interface. Select a source user from the Source Username list and a destination user
from the Destination Username list, and then click then click Add to add the user
mapping to the right pane of the interface. Click Add a Destination User to launch the
Add Users pop-up window. Click Add to add a new user to be created in the destination
and click Save to save the changes. Select the Show default matched users checkbox to
show the default matched users. You can click the Delete ( ) button to delete the
selected user mapping.
c. Group Mapping – Select a source/destination domain from the drop-down menu and
click Load. The Load Source/Destination Group pop-up appears. If desired, configure
group filter rules by selecting the Use filter rules checkbox and add criteria to filter
groups. Click Load to load the groups that meet the rules and back to the Configure
Security Mapping interface. Select a source group from the Source Group Name list and
a destination group from the Destination Group Name list, and then click the Add
button to add the group mapping to the right pane of the interface. Click Add a
Destination Group to launch the Add Groups pop-up window. Click Add to add a new
group to be created in the destination and click Save to save the changes. Select the
Show default matched users checkbox to show the default matched groups. You can
click the Delete ( ) button to delete the selected group mapping.
8. After configuring the mappings, click Export to XML File to save the mapping settings to XML
files. Each mapping type has its own XML file. You can import this XML file to DocAve when
configuring the security mapping settings.
Lotus Notes Migration
On the Migrator Tool main interface, click Lotus Notes Migration to start. In the Lotus Notes Migration
interface, you can analyze/scan the source objects and configure user mapping/content type
mapping/InfoPath mapping.
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Configuring Database Connections
Before analyzing/scanning the source objects or configuring user mapping/content type
mapping/InfoPath mapping, you need configured database connections to select available databases.
To create the database connection, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, click File on the ribbon.
2. Select New Database Connection, or click the new database connection ( ) button. The New
Database Connection window appears.
3. Configure the following settings:
a. INI File – The INI file can be found in the path where the valid users of Lotus Notes are
saved. By default, the path is …\lotus\notes\notes.ini. Click Browse… to set a new path.
b. User ID – Select a User ID file from the drop-down list. When the INI file is selected by
clicking Browse…, click Load to load the User ID files.
c. Password – Enter the password of the user that you have selected in User ID file.
d. Domino Server – Click Load to load the Domino Servers, and select your desired Domino
Servers from the drop-down list.
e. Browse NSF files from local device – Select the checkbox and click Browse… to browse
the specific NSF files from your local device.
4. Click Test Connection to verity the connection configurations.
5. Click Save to save the database connection.
Optionally, select the Create another checkbox. After clicking Save, the currently configured
database connection will be saved and the New Database Connection interface will be cleared
for creating a new database connection.
In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, the previously created database connections are
displayed on the left pane.
6. Double-click a database connection and the Domino Server’s databases are displayed on the
right pane. The following information of each database is displayed: the title, the database file
name, the category, the template, the number of the documents in it, the total size, the server
where it is, the created time, and the last modified time.
To edit a database connection, right-click the database connection and click Edit. The Edit Database
Connection window appears. Refer to the steps above the edit the information.
To delete a database connection, right-click the database connection and click Delete.
To refresh a database connection, right-click the database connection and click Refresh.
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Configuring Content Type Mappings
Configure content type mappings to map the Lotus Notes form to the specified SharePoint content type.
Creating a Content Type Mapping for a Single Database
To create a new content type mapping for a single database, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select a database on the right pane.
2. Click Mapping on the ribbon.
3. Click Content Type Mapping to select New Mapping, or click the new content type mapping (
button. The New Content Type Mapping window appears.
)
4. In the left Lotus Notes Forms list, all forms are selected by default, which means each form will
be mapped to corresponding SharePoint content type. To map the specified forms to the
destination, only select the checkbox before the form name.
5. Double-click a form and the default mapping settings are displayed. Review the following
information:
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On the top pane, view the following information.
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SharePoint Content Type – The name of the SharePoint content type that the
form maps to. You can change the name by entering the customized name.
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Specified Title – Use the value of a specified field as the title of an item in
SharePoint. You can select a field from the drop-down list.
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Migrate Response To – Choose whether to add the Response To column in the
destination.
On the right pane, all fields contained in the selected form and the column mapping for
each field are displayed.
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For each column mapping, the following information is displayed: the field name,
the field type, the name of the SharePoint column that the field maps to, the
SharePoint column type, and the order of the column. You can double-click the
field name, field type, or column name to edit it, select another column type
from the drop-down list, and adjust the order by selecting the new order from
the drop-down list.
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For each column mapping, configure whether to use the column mapping by
selecting/deselecting the Included checkbox, configure whether to hide the
column in the destination by selecting/deselecting the Hidden checkbox, and
configure whether to show the column in the default view by
selecting/deselecting the Show In Default View checkbox.
6. If you want to add a new column mapping, click Add Row to set up a new column mapping.
Enter the field title, the filed type, the column name, select the column type and the order, and
configure the Hidden, Included, Show In Default View settings. If you want to delete a column
mapping, select the mapping and click Delete Row to delete a column mapping.
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7. Click Generate to generate the mapping file LotusNotesContentType.Domino web access.xml
(Domino web access is the database name). By default, this file is saved in
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\ContentTypeMapping
directory.
*Note: Only when the file is in this directory, it will take effect in a Lotus Notes Migration job.
Editing an Existing Content Type Mapping
To modify an existing content type mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, click Mapping on the ribbon.
2. Click Content Mapping to select Edit an Existing Mapping, or click the edit an existing mapping
( ) button.
3. Select your desired content type mapping XML file in the pop-up window. The Configure
Content Type Mapping interface appears. For details, refer to Creating a Content Type Mapping
for a Single Database.
Creating Content Type Mappings for Multiple Databases
To create content type mappings for multiple databases, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select multiple databases on the right pane.
2. Click Mapping on the ribbon.
3. Click Content Type Mapping to select Create Mapping for Multiple Databases. The Configure
Content Type Mapping window appears.
4. In the left Lotus Notes Forms list, all forms are selected by default, which means each form will
be mapped to corresponding SharePoint content type. To map the specified forms to the
destination, only select the checkbox before the form name.
5. Double-click a form and the default mapping settings are displayed. Review the following
information:
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On the top pane, review the following information:
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SharePoint Content Type – The name of the SharePoint content type that the
form maps to. You can change the name by entering the customized name.
o
Specified Title – Use the value of a specified field as the title of an item in
SharePoint. You can select a field from the drop-down list.
o
Migrate Response To – Choose whether to add the Response To column in the
destination.
On the right pane, all fields contained in the selected form and the column mapping for
each field are displayed.
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For each column mapping, the following information is displayed: the field name,
the field type, the name of the SharePoint column that the field maps to, the
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SharePoint column type, and the order of the column. You can double-click the
field name, field type, or column name to edit it, select another column type
from the drop-down list, and adjust the order by selecting the new order from
the drop-down list.
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For each column mapping, configure whether to use the column mapping by
selecting/deselecting the Included checkbox, configure whether to hide the
column in the destination by selecting/deselecting the Hidden checkbox, and
configure whether to show the column in the default view by
selecting/deselecting the Show In Default View checkbox.
6. If you want to add a new column mapping, click Add Row to set up a new column mapping.
Enter the field title, the filed type, the column name, select the column type and the order, and
configure the Hidden, Included, Show In Default View settings. If you want to delete a column
mapping, select the mapping and click Delete Row to delete a column mapping.
7. Click Generate All to generate the mapping files. By default, the files are saved in
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\ContentTypeMapping
directory.
*Note: The files will only take effect in the Lotus Notes Migration jobs when they are saved in
this directory.
Configuring User Mappings
There are two kinds of user mappings: one is the mapping for domain users, and the other is the
mapping for FBA users. Only when the source database type is Address Book (for example, the default
names.nsf database), you are able to configure the user mapping.
Domain User Mapping
To configure the domain user mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select an Address Book database on the right pane.
2. Click Mapping on the ribbon.
3. Click User Mapping to select New Mapping, or click the new user mapping (
Configure User Mapping window appears.
) button. The
4. Click the LDAP Settings link in Please configure LDAP Settings to manage domains.
5. On the LDAP Settings window, enter the following information:
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Path – Enter the IP address or host name where the domain controller is installed.
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Username – Enter the name of the user that has the permission to access the LDAP
server.
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Password – Enter the user’s password.
6. Click Save to save the current LDAP settings, or click Reset to clear the entered information and
configure the settings again.
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The saved LDAP path is added into the Domain section. You can edit the LDAP setting by
selecting the LDAP path and clicking Edit. Edit the information in the Browse a Domain section.
To delete an LDAP setting, select the LDAP path, and then click the delete ( ) button.
7. Click Close to close the LDAP Settings window and go back to the Configure User Mapping
window.
8. Select a previously configured LDAP path from the User Mapping drop-down list. The domain
users are loaded in the Domain Users section. The Lotus Notes users are displayed in the right
pane.
9. You can set up the mapping manually or automatically:
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Manually – Select a Lotus Notes user, and then double-click the domain user to create
the mapping. The domain user appears in the SharePoint User column, and display
name of the selected SharePoint user is updated in the Display Name column.
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For each mapping you created, you can select whether to use it by
selecting/deselecting the Included checkbox.
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Click Add Row to add a new user mapping. Enter the Lotus Notes username and
then double-click a domain user to create the mapping.
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If you want to delete a user mapping, select the mapping and click Delete Row
to delete a user mapping.
Automatically – Click User Mapping Condition to set the conditions for matching the
domain user and the Lotus Notes user automatically. You can configure User Mapping
Condition and/or User Filter Policy.
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User Mapping Condition – Configure the condition to automatically match the
domain user with Lotus Notes user.
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Match Mode – Select the match mode for the conditions. If selecting
Combine, the user mapping will be automatically created when all
selected conditions are matched. If selecting Union, the user mapping
will be automatically created for the users that match one of the
conditions.
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Match by first name – Automatically creates the user mapping for the
domain user and the Lotus Notes user who have the same first name.
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Matched by last name – Automatically creates the user mapping for the
domain user and the Lotus Notes user who have the same last name.
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Matched by e-mail address – Automatically creates the user mapping
for the domain user and the Lotus Notes user who have the same e-mail
address.
User Filter Policy – Configure user filter policy to filter Lotus Notes users that
will be added into the user mapping. Click Add a Criterion. A new row appears.
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Select a filter rule from the Rule drop-down list to filter by First Name,
Last Name, or E-mail Address.
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Select a filter condition from the Condition drop-down list to decide
how to work on the filter rule. The selected rule Starts With or Contains
the specified value. Select By Regex to filter users by regular expression.
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Enter your desired value or regular expression in the Value text box.
Click Add a Criterion to and repeat the steps above to add multiple criteria.
There are two logics currently. And and Or. By default, the logic is set to And. If
desired, change the logic to Or by selecting it from the drop-down list. And
means the user that meets all of the filter criteria will be added to the user
mapping. Or means the user that meets any one of the filter criteria will be
added into the user mapping.
Click the delete ( ) button to delete a filter criterion.
Click Load to add the users to the user mapping and close the User Mapping Condition
window.
10. After configuring the user mapping, choose one of the following options:
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Save – Click Save to save the configurations into one XML file. The mapping file will be
saved in the default LotusNotesUserInfo.default.xml file, which is located in
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\UserMapping
directory.
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Save into Multiple XML Files – Click this button to save the user mapping files into
multiple XML files (which is convenient for editing). The Partition Options window
appears.
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Files – The number of XML files that you want to get.
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Records – The number of user mapping records in one XML file.
Click OK to save the XML files.
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Cancel – Click Cancel to cancel your user mapping configuration.
FBA User Mapping
To configure the FBA user mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select an Address Book database on the right pane.
2. Click Mapping on the ribbon.
3. Click User Mapping to select New FBA User Mapping, or click the new FBA user mapping (
button. The New FBA User Mapping window appears.
)
4. Click the FBA Settings link in Please configure FBA Settings to manage membership providers.
5. On the FBA Settings window, enter the following information:
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Server – The IP address or the host name of the SQL server.
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Protocols – Select a protocol from the drop-down list, you can select TCP/IP or Named
Pipes. If you select TCP/IP, select the port number of the SQL server.
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Database – Enter the FBA database name.
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Username and Password – Specify the credentials to the FBA database. Enter the
username and password in the corresponding text boxes.
6. Click Save to save the settings, or click Reset to clear the entered information and configure the
settings again.
The saved membership provider is added into the Domain section. You can edit the membership
provider by selecting it and clicking Edit. Then, edit the information in the Browse a
Membership Provider section. To delete a piece of membership provider, select it, and then
click the delete ( ) button.
7. Click Close to close the FBA Settings window and go back to the New FBA User Mapping
window.
8. Select a previously configured membership provider from the FBA User Mapping drop-down list.
The FBA users are loaded in the FBA User section. The Lotus Notes users are displayed on the
right pane.
9. Select a Lotus Notes user and then double-click the FBA user to create the mapping. The FBA
user appears in the FBA User column and the display name of the selected FBA user is updated
in the Display Name column. For each mapping you created, you can select whether to use it by
selecting/deselecting the Included checkbox.
10. Click Generate to generate the FBA mapping XML file into
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\UserMapping directory.
Editing an Existing User Mapping
To modify an existing user mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, click Mapping on the ribbon.
2. Click User Mapping to select Edit an Existing Mapping, or click the edit an existing mapping (
button.
)
3. Select your desired user mapping XML file in the pop-up window. The Configure User Mapping
interface appears. For details, refer to Domain User Mapping or FBA User Mapping.
Configuring InfoPath Mappings
To configure the InfoPath mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select a database on the right pane.
2. Click Mapping on the ribbon and click Generate InfoPath Mapping and Publish InfoPath
Template. The InfoPath Mapping window appears.
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3. In the Generate InfoPath Template step, double-click a Lotus Notes form and the columns
contained in it are displayed on the right pane, including the information of the column name
and the column type. For each column, configure the InfoPath mapping as follows:
a. Double-click the InfoPath column name to edit it.
b. Select the InfoPath column type from the drop-down list.
c. If you want to add the column into the InfoPath template, select the Add to Template
checkbox. Otherwise, deselect this checkbox.
4. Click Generate Template to generate the InfoPath template file in
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\InfoPathTemplate directory.
In this directory, a folder named by the database and an InfoPath template file are generated.
The file name is the same as the Lotus Notes form you selected.
5. Click Next to go to the Publish step.
6. In the SharePoint Connection section, configure the following settings:
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SharePoint Site URL – Enter the URL of the SharePoint site where you want to publish
the InfoPath file.
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Library Name – Enter the name of the library where you want to publish the InfoPath
file.
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Username – Enter the username. The user must have the Full Control permission to the
site.
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Password – Enter the password of the user.
7. Click Test to check whether the site exists and whether the user has enough permission.
8. Click Publish to publish the InfoPath file to SharePoint, and use DocAve to run the migration job
to convert the source documents to InfoPath format.
9. Click Next to go to the Generate InfoPath Mapping step, or click Back to go back to the previous
step to review and modify your configurations.
10. Double-click a Lotus Notes form on the left pane and the columns contained in it are displayed
on the right pane, including the information of the column name and the column type. For each
column, configure the InfoPath mapping as follows:
a. Double-click the InfoPath column name to edit it.
b. Select the InfoPath column type from the drop-down list.
c. If you want to add the column into the InfoPath mapping, select the Add to Mapping
checkbox. Otherwise, deselect this checkbox.
d. If you want to add a new column, click Add Row. If you want to delete a column, select
the column and click Delete Row.
11. Click Generate InfoPath Mapping to generate the InfoPath mapping file in
the …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\InfoPathMapping directory.
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12. Click Cancel to finish the configurations and close the InfoPath Mapping window.
13. In DocAve Manager, navigate to Lotus Notes Migration > Profile Settings > Migration Options>
Document Format Option. Select the Convert Lotus Notes documents to checkbox and select
InfoPath from the drop-down list. Apply this profile to run a migration job and the source
documents will be converted to the InfoPath format.
Performing a Scan Analysis
Before performing a migration job, you can scan the source databases, views, documents, and files.
According to your configurations, you can determine the risk that will occur in the migration job.
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, double-click a Database Connection to expand it.
2. Select your desired databases on the right pane.
3. Click Analyzer and select Scan Analysis on the ribbon, or click the scan analysis (
Scan Analysis window appears.
) button. The
4. Optionally, select a previously configured filter policy from the drop-down list to filter your
desired source objects for the scan, or click New Filter Policy to create a new one. Click Filter
Policy Settings to manage all of the filter policies. For more information, refer to Managing Filter
Policies.
5. Configure the options in Scan Analysis Settings to define the scan criteria. For each piece of
information, you can classify its severity as Information, Warning, or Critical.
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Database Risk Information – Scan the Lotus Notes databases to check whether there
are risks for migration.
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Form name contains illegal characters – Check whether there are forms whose
names contain illegal characters. Click Show Details of Illegal Characters and
the default illegal characters are displayed. You can add new illegal characters
or delete the existing illegal characters.
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The number of fields exceeds the limitation of columns in SharePoint – Check
whether the number of the source fields exceeds the limitation of the
destination columns in SharePoint.
View Risk Information – Scan the Lotus Notes views to check whether there are risks for
migration.
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Unsupported custom view – Check whether there are custom views that are
unsupported to be migrated to SharePoint.
Document Risk Information – Scan the Lotus Notes documents to check whether there
are risks for migration.
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Unsupported document elements for Lotus Notes Migration – Check whether
there are document elements that are unsupported to be migrated to
SharePoint.
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Unsupported OLE object types for Lotus Notes Migration– Check whether
there are OLE object types that are unsupported to be migrated to SharePoint.
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File Risk Information – Scan the source files to check whether there are risks for
migration.
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Blocked file types in SharePoint – Check whether there are files types that will
be blocked when being migrated to SharePoint. Click Show Blocked Type
Details and the default blocked file types are displayed. You can add new file
types and delete the existing file types.
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Length of the file name exceeds – Check whether there are files with filename
lengths exceeding the specified value. By default, the value is 80. You can define
your desired value from 1 to 128.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – Enter SharePoint library/folder URL in
the provided text box and check whether the URLs exceeds the specified value.
By default, the value is 255. You can define your desired value from 1 to 260.
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File size exceeds – Check whether there are files with a size exceeding the
specified size. By default, the size is 50 MB. You can enter your desired value in
the text box.
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File name contains illegal characters – Check whether there are files with
filenames containing illegal characters. Click Show Details of Illegal Characters
and the default illegal characters are displayed. You can add new illegal
characters and delete the existing illegal characters.
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File name with illegal extension name – Check whether there are files with
filenames containing illegal extension names. Click Show Details of Illegal
Extension Name and the default illegal extension names are displayed.
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File name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Check whether there are files
with filenames containing two consecutive periods.
6. Click Next to go to the Scan and Results step. Click Browse… to select a location to store the
scan report, and then click Scan to start scanning.
7. After the scan is completed, the Scan Analysis Summary is listed. Go to the specified location to
find the scan analysis report and view detailed information.
Managing Filter Policies
To manage filter policies, click Filter Policy Settings in the Scan Analysis Settings interface. You can
create, edit, and delete a filter policy.
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Create – Click Create on the ribbon to create a new filter policy. For more information,
refer to Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Edit – Select a filter policy and click Edit on the ribbon to change the configurations for
the selected filter policy. For more information, refer to Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Delete – Select one or more filter policies and click Delete on the ribbon. A confirmation
window appears, confirming that you want to proceed with the deletion. Click OK to
delete the selected filter policies, or click Cancel to return to the Filter Policy interface
without deleting the selected filter policies.
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Configuring a Filter Policy
To create a new filter policy, click New Filter Policy from the drop-down list and complete the steps
below:
1. Filter Policy Name – Enter a name for this filter policy.
2. Select Time Range or Attachment from the drop-down list.
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If you choose Time Range, the source objects are filtered to be included according to
the created time or modified time.
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If you choose Attachment, the attachments within the source objects are filtered to be
included according to the size of attachments.
3. Click Add a Criterion and the filter rule configuration field appears.
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For Time Range, configure the following settings:
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In the Rule column, select Created Time or Modified Time from the drop-down
list.
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In the Condition column, select Before, After, Within, or Older Than.
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In the Value column, set up Time Zone and the exact time by clicking the
calendar ( ) button.
For Attachment, configure the following settings:
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In the Condition column, select > = or < =.
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In the Value column, enter your desired value and select KB, MB, or GB from
the drop-down list.
4. Click the delete ( ) button to delete the specified criterion. You can change the logical
relationship between the criterions.
By default, the logic is set to And. If desired, change the logic to Or by selecting it from the dropdown list.
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And – The content which meets all the criteria will be filtered to be included.
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Or –The content which meets any one of the criteria will be filtered to be included.
5. Repeat step 1 to step 3 to add more filter criteria.
6. Click Save to save your configurations, or click Cancel to close the window without saving any
configuration.
Performing a Database Analysis
By analyzing the database, you can get the following kinds of information: Database Basic, Design
Statistics, ACL, Content Statistics, Complexity, and Replica Comparison. You can select whether to set
the filter to include the information of the documents matching the filter rule.
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To analyze the databases, complete the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, select the databases on the right pane.
2. Click Analyzer on the ribbon.
3. Click Database Analysis to select Source Data Analysis, or click the source data analysis (
button. The Source Data Analysis window appears.
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4. Optionally, click the set up a filter link to filter the source data for the analysis. For more
information, refer to Setting Up Filters.
5. Click Start Analysis to start analyzing the source data.
6. The Analysis Result section appears with the general database information displayed.
7. Select a specific database from the drop-down list to view detailed information of the database.
You can view Database Basic, Design Statistics, ACL, Content Statistics, Complexity, and Replica
Comparison in the corresponding tab.
8. Click Close to close the Source Data Analysis window and go back to the homepage of Lotus
Notes Migration.
Setting Up Filters
Use the following filters to include the information of the documents that match the filter rules.
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Enable size filter – Select the checkbox and enter the minimum and the maximum
document size from the drop-down list.
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Enable time filter – Select the checkbox and select the range of the created time and
the modified time.
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Enable form filter – Select the checkbox. Enter the form name in the text box and click
Add to add it into the table. To remove a form from the table, click the delete ( )
button that appears at the end of the form name.
*Note: If multiple forms are added into the table, the form filter takes effect when any
of the forms is met.
Click Complexity Illustration to view the complexity of the database content.
Click Apply to apply the filter to source data analysis, or click Cancel to close the Set Up Filter window
without applying any configuration.
Viewing Analysis Report
After analyzing the database, you can check the report for the analyzed database.
In the homepage of Lotus Notes Migration, click Analyzer on the ribbon and then click Database
Analysis to select Analysis Reports, or click the analysis reports ( ) button. The Analysis Reports
window appears. Click Report in the menu bar, and you can view the following reports: Database
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Summary Report, Database ACLs Report, Database Data Element Report, Database Design Element
Report, Database Replicas Comparison Report, and Database Design Element Comparison Report.
1. Select your desired databases on the right pane.
2. In the Report drop-down list, select one kind of report that you want to view. The detailed
report information is displayed.
3. Choose one of the following options:
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Click Export to Excel to export the report to an Excel file, which resides
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\AnalysisDataReport.
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Click Export to PDF to export the report to a PDF file, which resides
in …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\LotusNotesSettings\AnalysisDataReport.
Click Close to close the Analysis Reports window.
Quickr Migration
On the DocAve Migrator Tool main interface, click Quickr Migration to start. In the Quickr Migration
interface, you can configure content type mapping, user mapping, and scan the source data to
determine the potential risks for migration jobs.
Selecting Source
To configure content type mapping, user mapping, and scan analysis, you must select the source first. In
the Quickr Source section, complete the following steps:
1. Click Browse… to select your desired INI file.
2. Select the Quickr version from the Version drop-down list.
3. Select User ID file from the drop-down list.
4. Enter the password of the selected User ID in the Password text box.
5. Click Load to load the available Quickr places.
6. Select your desired source node in the left pane.
Performing a Scan Analysis
Before performing a migration job, you can scan the source data to determine the potential risks that
may occur in the migration job by completing the following steps:
1. In the homepage of Quickr Migration, click Scan Analysis on the right pane.
2. Optionally, select a previously configured filter policy from the drop-down list to filter your
desired source objects for the scan, or click New Filter Policy to create a new one. Click Filter
Policy Settings to manage all of the filter policies. For more information, refer to Managing Filter
Policies.
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3. Configure the options in Scan Analysis Settings to define the scan criteria. For each piece of
information, you can classify its severity as Information, Warning, or Critical.
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Place/Room Risk Information – Scan the source places and rooms to check whether
there are risks for migration.
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Place/Room name contains illegal characters – Check whether there are places
or rooms whose names contain illegal characters. Click Show Details and the
default illegal characters are displayed. You can add new illegal characters or
delete the existing illegal characters.
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Form name contains illegal characters – Check whether there are forms whose
names contain illegal characters. Click Show Details and the default illegal
characters are displayed. You can add new illegal characters or delete the
existing illegal characters.
Page Risk Information – Scan the source pages to check whether there are risks for
migration.
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Unsupported page elements for Quickr Migration – Check whether there are
page elements that are unsupported to be migrated to SharePoint.
Folder/File Risk Information – Scan the source folders and files to check whether there
are risks for migration.
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Blocked file types in SharePoint – Check whether there are files types that will
be blocked when being migrated to SharePoint. Click Show Details and the
default blocked file types are displayed. You can add new file types and delete
the existing file types.
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Length of the folder name exceeds – Check whether there are folders with
folder name lengths exceeding the specified value. By default, the value is 60.
You can define your desired value from 1 to 128.
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Length of the file name exceeds – Check whether there are files with file name
lengths exceeding the specified value. By default, the value is 80. You can define
your desired value from 1 to 128.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – Enter SharePoint library/folder URL in
the provided text box and check whether the URLs exceeds the specified value.
By default, the value is 255. You can define your desired value from 1 to 260.
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File size exceeds – Check whether there are files with a size exceeding the
specified size. By default, the size is 50 MB. You can enter your desired value in
the text box.
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Folder/file name contains illegal characters – Check whether there are folders
or files with names containing illegal characters. Click Show Details and the
default illegal characters are displayed. You can add new illegal characters and
delete the existing illegal characters.
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Folder/file name with illegal extension name – Check whether there are folders
or files with names containing illegal extension names. Click Show Details and
the default illegal extension names are displayed.
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Folder/file name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Check whether there
are folders or files with names containing two consecutive periods.
4. Click Next to go to the Scan and Results step.
5. Click Browse… to select a location to store the scan report, and then click Scan to start the scan
job. You can view the real-time progress.
6. After the scan is completed, the Scan Analysis Summary is listed. Go to the specified location to
find the scan analysis report and view detailed information.
Managing Filter Policies
To manage filter policies, click Filter Policy Settings in the Scan Analysis Settings interface. You can
create, edit, and delete a filter policy.
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Create – Click Create on the ribbon to create a new filter policy. For details, refer to
Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Edit – Select a filter policy and click Edit on the ribbon to change the configurations for
the selected filter policy. For details, refer to Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Delete – Select one or more filter policies and click Delete on the ribbon. A confirmation
window appears, confirming that you want to proceed with the deletion. Click OK to
delete the selected filter policies, or click Cancel to return to the Filter Policy interface
without deleting the selected filter policies.
Configuring a Filter Policy
In the Scan Analysis Settings interface, select an optional filter policy to filter your desired source
objects for the scan. To create a new filter policy, click New Filter Policy from the drop-down list and
complete the following steps:
1. Enter a Filter Policy Name for this filter policy.
2. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter criterion based on Time Range. The filter rule configuration
field appears.
3. In the Rule column, select Created Time or Modified Time from the drop-down list.
4. In the Condition column, select Before, After, Within, or Older Than.
5. In the Value column, set up Time Zone and the exact time by clicking the calendar (
) button.
6. Click the delete ( ) button to delete the specified criterion. You can change the logical
relationship between the criterions.
By default, the logic is set to And. If desired, change the logic to Or by selecting it from the dropdown list.
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And – The content which meets all the criteria will be filtered to be included.
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Or –The content which meets any one of the criteria will be filtered to be included.
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7. Repeat step 1 to step 5 to add more filter criteria.
8. Click Save to save your configurations, or click Cancel to close the window without saving any
configuration.
Configuring User Mappings
Configure a user mapping to replace the existing source usernames with the existing or default
destination usernames. In the homepage of Quickr Migration, click Create a New User Mapping on the
right pane.
Configuring LDAP Settings
To create a new user mapping, you must configure the LDAP Settings first. To configure LDAP Settings,
complete the following steps:
1. Click the LDAP Settings link in the User Mapping interface. The LDAP Settings interface appears.
2. In the LDAP Settings interface, the previously configured LDAP paths are displayed in the
Domain section. If desired, edit or delete the previously configured LDAP.
3. To create a new LDAP, complete the following steps in the Browse a Domain section:
a. Path – Enter the IP address or host name where the domain controller is installed.
b. Username – Enter the username in the text box.
c. Password – Enter the password in the text box.
4. Click Save to save the current LDAP, or click Reset to reset your configurations
5. Click Close to close the LDAP Settings interface and go back to the User Mapping interface.
Creating a User Mapping
To create a new user mapping, complete the following steps:
1. In the User Mapping interface, select a domain from the drop-down list and the domain users
are loaded in the Domain Users pane.
2. Double-click a user. The default user mapping is displayed in the right pane.
3. If you want to modify the default user mapping, double-click the value of Quickr User,
SharePoint User, or Display Name to modify.
4. To add a new user mapping, click Add Row and enter the required information. To delete a user
mapping, select the column, and then click Delete Row.
5. Select the checkbox under the Included column to include the user in the user mapping.
6. Click Save to save your configurations. By default, DocAve saves the configuration file
to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\QuickrSettings\UserMapping.
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Creating a Content Type Mapping
Create a content type mapping to map the Quickr form to the specified SharePoint content type. On the
Quickr Migration homepage, click Create a New Content Type Mapping on the right pane, and then
complete the following steps in the Content Type Mapping Configuration interface:
1. Select your desired Quickr place or room from the Place/Room drop-down list.
2. Select your desired Quickr form in the left pane.
3. Double-click the form and the corresponding Quickr fields are displayed in the right pane.
4. In the SharePoint Content Type Name text box, enter the name of the form’s corresponding
content type in SharePoint.
5. In the Column Mapping section, you can modify the default column mapping. Double-click the
value of Quickr Field, Quickr Field Type, or SharePoint Column to modify it, and then select a
column type from the SharePoint Column Type drop-down list.
6. To create a new column, click Add Row and enter the required information. To delete an
existing column, select the column, and then click Delete Row.
7. Click Export to XML File to generate and export the content type mapping file. By default,
DocAve saves the configuration file
to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\QuickrSettings\ContentTypeMapping.
Editing an Existing Mapping
To edit an previously create user mapping or content type mapping, click Edit an Existing Mapping on
the right pane in the home page of Quickr Migration.
Select your desired user mapping XML file or content type mapping XML file in the Edit an Existing
Mapping File window. Then, you are brought to the User Mapping or Content Type Mapping
Configuration interface. For details about configuring a user mapping or content type mapping, refer to
Creating a User Mapping or Creating a Content Type Mapping.
eRoom Migration
On the Migrator Tool main interface, click eRoom Migration to start. For eRoom Migration, you can use
the migration tool to implement the following functions:
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Scan the source eRoom contents. The contents in the selected nodes will be recorded in
the scan report and the contents that match the configured rules will be commented for
your reference.
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Configure the security mappings. The configured security mapping settings can be saved
to XML files and imported into DocAve Manager for use in running eRoom Migration
jobs.
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Loading eRoom Structure
To load the eRoom structure, complete the following steps:
1. In the eRoom Migration interface, specify a local user in the eRoom Local System Account text
box and enter the corresponding password in the Password text box. Ensure the user you
specified can access the eRoom file server. It is recommended to specify the user that you
specified when configuring the file server settings during the eRoom installation, or specify the
user that is in the local Administrators group.
2. Click Load eRoom Structure to load the eRoom structure. If you want to display the eRoom
templates and scan the contents in the template, select the Show eRoom templates checkbox.
3. Expand the data tree and select the desired nodes.
For the selected nodes, refer to the following sections for details of how to configure the security
mappings and perform the scan on the source eRoom objects.
Configuring Security Mapping
Before you configure the security mappings, including the domain mapping, group mapping, and user
mapping, complete the following steps to configure the LDAP settings first.
1. In the eRoom Migration interface, click Security Mappings to access the Security Mappings
interface.
2. Click LDAP Settings. The LDAP Settings window appears.
3. In the LDAP Settings window, enter the following information:
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LDAP Path – Enter the IP address or host name where the domain controller is installed.
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Username – Enter the username that can access the specific domain controller.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
4. Click Add to add the LDAP settings, or click Reset to empty all of the entered information.
5. After the LDAP settings are successfully saved, it appears in the Domains field. Click Close to
return to the Security Mappings interface.
6. In the Security Mappings interface, you can click Domain Mapping to configure the domain
mapping settings, click User Mapping to configure the user mapping settings, and click Group
Mapping to configure the group mapping settings. It is recommended to configure the domain
mapping settings first before you configure the user mapping settings since the users having the
same logon name will be automatically mapped by domain mapping.
Configuring Domain Mapping Settings
In the left pane of the Domain Mapping tab, the source domains associated with the selected nodes are
displayed in the Source Domain Name list. The destination domains are displayed in the Destination
Domain Name list according to your configurations in the LDAP settings.
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To configure the domain mapping settings, complete the following steps:
1. In the left pane, select a source domain from the Source Domain Name list and select a
destination domain that you want to map the source domain to from the Destination Domain
Name list.
2. Click Add to add the selected source domain and destination domain to the right pane. To
remove a domain mapping from the right pane, select the corresponding row and click the
delete ( ) button.
3. Click Export to XML File to export the domain mappings to a XML file. The user mappings and
group mappings configured under the User Mapping and Group Mapping tabs are also exported
to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use them
while running eRoom Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\eRoomMigrator directory.
Configuring User Mapping Settings
To map source users to destination users, configure the user mapping settings in the User Mapping tab
by completing the following steps:
1. Select one or more eRoom domains from the first drop-down list, click OK, and then click Load.
The Load Source User pop-up window appears.
2. In the Load Source User interface, choose whether or not to use filter rules to filter and load the
desired users. If you select the Use filter rules checkbox, complete the following steps to
configure the filters:
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Login Name, Display Name, First Name, or Last Name from the drop-down list in
the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With or Contains from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
d. Enter the Value for this rule.
e. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete
(
) button following each rule to delete it.
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If 2 or more rules are configured, select And or Or from the drop-down list in
the And/Or column to change the logic relationship between the rules.
Click Load to load the source users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to exit the
current page without saving any configurations.
3. Select the previously configured LDAP Settings from the second drop-down list under the User
Mapping tab, and then click Load. The Load Destination User interface appears.
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b. Select Login Name, Display Name, First Name, or Last Name from the drop-down list in
the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With or Contains from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
d. Enter the Value for this rule.
e. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete
(
) button following each rule to delete it.
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f.
If 2 or more rules are configured, select And or Or from the drop-down list in
the And/Or column to change the logic relationship between the rules.
Click Load to load the destination users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to
exit the current page without saving any configurations.
4. You can also click Add Destination User to add a new user. It will be created in SharePoint after
running the eRoom Migration job. Complete the following steps in the Add Users interface:
a. Click Add to add a new user.
b. Enter the desired username in the text box.
c. After adding one username, click Add to add another username, or click the delete (
button to delete this username.
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d. Click Save to save your changes or click Cancel to return to the User Mapping interface.
5. Select a user from the Source Username column.
6. Select a user from the Destination Username column.
7. Click Add to add the user mapping.
8. If desired, select the Show default matched users checkbox to automatically match the source
user and the destination user whose name are the same. The automatically matched mappings
will be displayed in the right pane.
9. Click Export to XML File to export the user mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
group mappings configured under the Domain Mapping and Group Mapping tabs are also
exported to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use
them while running eRoom Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\eRoomMigrator directory.
Configuring Group Mapping
Under the Group Mapping tab of the eRoom Migration interface, complete the following steps to
configure a group mapping:
1. Select one or more eRoom domains from the drop-down list in the left pane, click OK, and then
click Load. The eRoom groups in the selected source domains appear in the Source Group Name
column.
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2. Enter the SharePoint group name in the Destination Group Name column at the same row with
each of the source eRoom group you want to map to the destination SharePoint nodes.
3. Click Export to XML File to export the group mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
user mappings configured under the Domain Mapping and User Mapping tabs are also exported
to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use them
while running eRoom Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\eRoomMigrator directory.
Performing a Scan Analysis
Scan Analysis is used to scan the source data to determine the potential risks in the eRoom Migration
job. To configure the scan analysis settings to set the rules and perform the scan, complete the following
steps:
1. Click Scan Analysis in the right pane to enter the interface for Scan Analysis Settings.
2. Specify a filter policy to filter the desired objects for the scan from the drop-down list or New
Filter Policy to create a new one. If you do not want to use a filter policy, skip this step. You can
also click Filter Policy Settings to manage all of the filter policies. For more information on
managing filter polies, refer to Managing Filter Policies.
3. Configure the scan analysis settings to set the rules.
*Note: The source contents matching the rules will be marked with a comment in the scan
report. For each scan option, select a classification from the Classification drop-down list. In the
scan report, the contents matching the scan options will be marked with the classification you
specified in a Classification column, which helps group the scan results.
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Block file types in SharePoint – Scan the files whose file type is blocked in SharePoint.
Click Show Details to view the blocked types. You can delete or add file types in the list
according to your requirements.
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Character length – Scan the contents that exceed the character length limitation.
Configure character length limitations for SharePoint URL, filename, and folder name. In
SharePoint, the maximum length of SharePoint URL is 260 characters, and the maximum
length of file name and folder name is 128 characters.
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Length of the file name exceeds – The default value is 60, and the scale you can
set is from 1 to 128.
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Length of the folder name exceeds – The default value is 80, and the scale you
can set is from 1 to 128. If the character length of the file name (consisting of
the file name, the period (.), and extension name) exceeds the limitation you
set, the extra characters at end of the file name are pruned.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – The default value is 255, and the scale
you can set is from 1 to 260.The length of the SharePoint URL is calculated from
the first character after the “/” in the managed path.
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To check whether the length of the SharePoint URL exceeds the limitation, you must
specify the length of your destination SharePoint URL by one of the following methods:
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Target SharePoint URL – Enter the URL of the destination SharePoint site.
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Target SharePoint URL length – Enter the length of the destination SharePoint
site URL. The length of the SharePoint site URL is calculated from the first
character after the “/” in the managed path.
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File size exceeds – Scan the files whose size exceeds the specified value. Enter the value
in the blank text box. The unit is MB.
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Item title length exceeds 255 characters – Scan the items whose title length exceeds
255 characters.
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Illegal characters in folder/file name in SharePoint – Scan the files and folders whose
name contains the illegal characters. Click Show Details to view the illegal characters.
You can delete or add illegal characters in the list according to your requirements.
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Folder/file name with illegal postfixes – Scan the files and folders whose name ends
with illegal postfix. For example, if there is a folder named abc_bylos, and_bylos is the
illegal postfix, this folder will be marked with a comment in the scan report. Click Show
Details to view the illegal postfixes.
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Folder/file name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Scan the files and folders
whose name contains consecutive periods.
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Unsupported contents for migration– Scan the contents of dashboard and issues
tracking (enterprise) database with the create an enterprise overview option selected.
Both the dashboard and issues tracking (enterprise) database with the create an
enterprise overview option selected are not supported to be migrated.
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Checked out files – Scan the files that are checked out.
4. Click Next to enter the Scan and Results page.
5. Click Browse to specify a storage location for the scan analysis report.
6. Click Scan to start scanning.
7. After the scan is finished, click View Detailed Report to view the detailed scan analysis report.
Viewing Scan Analysis Report
Open the generated scan analysis report to check the scan results. There are three sheets in the
generated tool report: Summary, Migration Risk Analysis, and Users and Groups.
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Summary – Includes the number of the scanned eRoom objects sorted according to the
object type, the total size of the scanned eRoom objects, and the estimated migration
time to migrate all of the scanned eRoom objects to SharePoint using eRoom Migration.
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Users and Groups – Includes the names of all of the eRoom users and groups.
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Migration Risk Analysis – Includes the URL, name, path, type and size of each scanned
eRoom object, the facility and room where the scanned eRoom object resides, the
creator, creator’s e-mail, created time, last modifier, last modified time of the scanned
eRoom object, whether the scanned eRoom object is checked out, the estimated level
of the risks when migrating the scanned eRoom object, and the suggestions to reduce
the risks.
Managing Filter Policies
In the Scan Analysis Settings interface, click Filter Policy Settings to go to Filter Policy interface. All of
the previously configured filter policies are displayed in this interface. You can create, edit, or delete
filter policies in this interface.
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Create – Click Create on the ribbon to create a new filter policy. For details, refer to
Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Edit – Select a filter policy and click Edit on the ribbon to change the configurations for
the selected filter policy.
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Delete – Select one or more filter policies and click Delete on the ribbon. A confirmation
window appears, confirming that you want to proceed with the deletion. Click OK to
delete the selected filter policies, or click Cancel to return to the Filter Policy interface
without deleting the selected filter policies.
Configuring a Filter Policy
To create a new filter policy, click New Filter Policy from the drop-down list in the Scan Analysis Settings
interface or click Create in the Filet Policy interface. The Create interface appears. Configure the
following settings:
1. Enter a name for your filter policy in the Filter Policy Name text box.
2. Select File from the drop-down list in the lower-left corner, and then click Add a Criterion.
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Order – Double-click the value in the Order column, and then you can adjust the order
of the filter rules of the same level.
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Rule – Select a rule from the drop-down list in the Rule column.
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Condition – Select a condition from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
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Value – Specify a value in the Value column.
3. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete (
button following each rule to delete the rule.
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)
If 2 or more rules are configured, determine the logical relationship between the rules
by double-clicking the value in the And/Or column following each rule, and choosing
And or Or from the drop-down list.
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4. Click Save to save your changes and return to the Filter Policy interface, or click Cancel to return
to the Filter Policy interface without saving any changes. The newly created filter policy is
displayed in the Filter Policy interface.
Livelink Migration
On the DocAve Migrator Tool homepage, click Livelink Migration to start. For Livelink Migration, you
can use the tool to scan the source data to view the data information, configure the domain/user/group
mapping and save the mapping settings to XML file, and perform the simple database queries.
Performing a Scan Analysis
To use the Livelink Migration tool, complete the following steps:
1. Navigate to DocAve Migrator Tool > Livelink Migration. The Connection Management interface
appears. All of the previously created Livelink connections are displayed in this interface.
2. Click New Livelink Connection to create a new Livelink connection. The New Livelink
Connection pop-up window appears.
3. Enter the name for the connection in the Livelink connection name text box.
4. In the Use HTTP tunneling field, select Yes to use the Http Tunneling connection mode, or select
No to use the default connection mode.
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Http Tunneling
o
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
Web server – If you select Web server, specify the hostname or IP
address of the Web server in the Web server text box.
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Proxy server – If you select Proxy server, specify the hostname or IP
address of the Proxy server in the Proxy server text box.
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Port – Specify the port the server is using.
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Livelink CGI URL – Enter the Livelink CGI URL.
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Livelink username – Enter a Livelink username for accessing Livelink.
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Livelink password – Enter the corresponding password.
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Livelink domain – Enter the Livelink domain name. If the specified Livelink user
is in the Livelink system domain, leave this option blank.
o
HTTP username – Enter the HTTP username and the password to set up access
to the Web server.
o
HTTP password – Enter the corresponding password.
Default
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Proxy option – Select to use Web server or Proxy server to access to Livelink.
Livelink server – Enter the hostname or IP address of the Livelink server.
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Port – Specify the port the server is using.
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Livelink username – Enter the Livelink username for accessing Livelink.
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Livelink password – Enter the corresponding password.
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Livelink domain – Enter the Livelink domain name. If the specified Livelink user
is in the Livelink system domain, leave this value blank.
5. In the Livelink Database Connection field, select Yes to configure Livelink database connection
or keep the default No if you do not want to configure the Livelink database connection.
To view the detailed Livelink database information, you can navigate to Livelink Administration
> Database Administration > Maintain Current Database, and then enter the appropriate
information.
*Note: Livelink stores all data in the Livelink Database, but DocAve Livelink Migrator can load
most of the data by using the API (Application Programming Interface). If you do not configure
the Livelink database connection, the following content cannot be migrated.
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Best Bets Value/ Best Bets Expiry
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Poll Results
To configure the Livelink Database Connection, enter the obtained information in the
corresponding checkboxes:
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Oracle Server – Select this option if your Livelink database is in the Oracle Server.
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Database name – Enter the obtained Service Name.
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Schema owner – Enter the obtained User Name.
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Username – Enter the username to access the obtained Service Name.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
Microsoft SQL Server – Select this option if your Livelink database is in the Microsoft
SQL Server.
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Database server name – Enter the obtained SQL Server Name.
o
Database name – Enter the obtained SQL Server Database.
o
Schema owner – Enter the obtained User Name.
o
Username – Enter the username used to connect to the obtained SQL Server
Name.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
6. Select the Create another checkbox if you want to create another connection after this
connection has been saved.
7. Click Save to save the configurations and return to the Connection Management interface. The
newly created Livelink connection is displayed in the Connection Management interface.
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8. Hover over the Livelink connection record and click the Edit link to edit the connection or click
the delete ( ) button to delete the connection.
9. Click Next to proceed. The Source Data Selection interface appears.
10. Select a connection from the Specify a Livelink connection drop-down list. The source data is
loaded on the data tree.
11. Select the Livelink objects you are about to scan by selecting the corresponding checkboxes, and
then click Next.
12. In the Scan Analysis Settings interface, configure the following settings:
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Filter Policy Settings – Filters the desired Livelink objects for the scan. Select an existing
filter policy from the drop-down list or click New Filter Policy to create a new one. Click
Filter Policy Settings to manage all of the filter policies. For more information, refer to
Managing Filter Policies.
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Blocked file types in SharePoint – Scans the Livelink file types that are blocked by
SharePoint. If you deselect this checkbox, the tool will scan the file types that are
blocked by SharePoint and then report these files in the Scan Analysis Report.
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Select Critical, Warning, or Information from the Classification drop-down list.
This is used to identify the severity of this issue.
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Click Show Details to view the detailed information of the file types that are
blocked by SharePoint.
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Target SharePoint URL – Enter the URL of the destination SharePoint node. It is used to
calculate the URL length of the Livelink objects after they are migrated to SharePoint.
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Character Length – Specify the character length of the file name, folder name, and
SharePoint URL in the corresponding text boxes, and then select Critical, Warning, or
Information from the Classification drop-down list to identify the severity of this issue.
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File size exceeds _ (MB) – Specify a maximum file size, and then select Critical, Warning,
or Information from the Classification drop-down list.
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Item title length exceeds 255 characters – Scans whether or not the item title exceeds
255 characters. Select Critical, Warning, or Information from the Classification dropdown list.
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Illegal characters in folder/file name in SharePoint – Scans whether or not there are
illegal characters in folder/file names. Select Critical, Warning, or Information from the
Classification drop-down list. Click Show Details to view detailed illegal characters.
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Folder/file name ended with illegal postfixes – Scans whether or not there are
folder/file name ended with illegal postfixes. Select Critical, Warning, or Information
from the Classification drop-down list. Click Show Details to view detailed illegal
postfixes.
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Folder/file name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Scans whether or not the
folder/file name contains two consecutive periods. Select Critical, Warning, or
Information from the Classification drop-down list.
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Unsupported contents for Livelink Migration – Scans whether or not there are
unsupported Livelink objects. Select Critical, Warning, or Information from the
Classification drop-down list.
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Checked-Out files – Scans whether or not there are checked-out files. Select Critical,
Warning, or Information from the Classification drop-down list.
13. Select one of the following options to perform:
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Reset – Resets the customized settings in the Scan Analysis Settings interface to the
default values.
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Back – Returns to the previous interface.
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Next – Saves the configurations and proceed to the next step.
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New Scan – Creates a new scan without saving any configurations.
14. If you click Next, the Scan and Results interface appears. Click Browse to specify a storage
location for the scan analysis report.
15. If you want to use the database connection to scan, select the Use database connection to scan
checkbox.
16. Click Scan to start the scan.
17. After the scan is finished, click View Detailed Report to view the directory of the scan analysis
report. If desired, go to the corresponding directory to view the detailed report.
Scan Analysis Report
Open the generated scan analysis report to check the scan results. There are three sheets in the
generated tool report: Summary, Migration Risk Analysis, and Users and Groups.
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Summary – Includes the number of the scanned Livelink objects sorted according to
the object type, the total size of the scanned Livelink objects, and the estimated
migration time to migrate all the scanned Livelink objects to SharePoint using Livelink
migrator.
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Migration Risk Analysis – Includes the URLs of the scanned Livelink objects, the names
of the scanned Livelink objects, the workspace where the scanned Livelink objects
reside, the information about whether or not the scanned Livelink objects reside in
personal workspace, the last modified times of the scanned Livelink objects, the types
of the scanned Livelink objects, the estimated level of the risks when migrating the
scanned Livelink objects, and the suggestions to reduce the risks.
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Users and Groups – Includes the names of all Livelink users and groups.
Managing Filter Policies
In the Scan Analysis Settings interface, click Filter Policy Settings to go to Filter Policy interface. All of
the previously configured filter policies are displayed in this interface. You can create, edit, or delete
filter policies in this interface.
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Create – Creates a new filter policy.
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Edit – Edits an existing filter policy.
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Delete – Deletes one or more filter policies.
Click Create to create a new filter policy. The Create interface appears. Configure the following settings:
1. Enter a name for your filter policy in the Filter Policy Name text box.
2. Select Item, List, or Version from the drop-down list in the lower-left corner, and then click Add
a Criterion.
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Order – Double-click the value in the Order column, and then you can adjust the order
of the filter rules of the same level.
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Rule – Select a rule from the drop-down list in the Rule column.
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Condition – Select a condition from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
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Value – Specify a value in the Value column.
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And/Or – If there are two or more filter rules, click the value in the And/Or column, and
then you can choose And or Or from the drop-down list to adjust the logical relationship
of the filter rules of the same level.
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Delete – Click the delete (
) button to delete the specific filter rule.
For more information about filter policy examples, refer to Filter Policy Examples.
3. Click Save to save your changes and return to the Filter Policy interface or click Cancel to return
to the Filter Policy interface without saving any changes. The newly created filter policy is
displayed in the Filter Policy interface.
Filter Policy Examples
Refer to the following tables on the examples of the filter policy.
Item Level
Refer to the following table for the filter rules and conditions on the Item filter level.
Rule
Name
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Condition
Contains
Value
Livelink
Does Not
Contain
Livelink
Equals
Livelink
Does Not
Equal
Livelink
Example
The Livelink items whose name contains Livelink
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose name does not contain
Livelink will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink items whose name equals Livelink will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose name does not equal
Livelink will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
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Size
Owner
Created By
Metadata: Text
Metadata:
Number
Condition
>=
Value
80 KB
<=
80 KB
Contains
user
Does Not
Contain
user
Equals
user
Does Not
Equal
user
Contains
user
Does Not
Contain
user
Equals
user
Does Not
Equal
user
Contains
Livelink
Does Not
Contain
Livelink
Equals
Livelink
Does Not
Equal
Livelink
>=
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The Livelink items whose size are larger than or
equal to 80 KB will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items whose size are smaller than or
equal to 80 KB will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
contains user will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
does not contain user will be filtered and included
in the filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
equals user will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
does not equal user will be filtered and included in
the filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
contains user will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
does not contain user will be filtered and included
in the filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
equals user will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items owned by the user whose name
does not equal user will be filtered and included in
the filter result.
The specified Text attribute of the Livelink items
whose values contain Livelink will be filtered and
included in the filter result.
The specified Text attribute of the Livelink items
whose values do not contain Livelink will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The specified Text attribute of the Livelink items
whose values equal Livelink will be filtered and
included in the filter result.
The specified Text attribute of the Livelink items
whose values do not equal Livelink will be filtered
and included in the filter result.
The specified Number attribute of the Livelink
items whose values are larger than or equal to 6
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
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Rule
Metadata:
Yes/No
Metadata: Date
and Time
Condition
<=
6
=
6
Is Exactly
Yes
Before
Within
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
5 Days
Older Than
5 Days
Before
Within
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
5 Days
Older Than
5 Days
Before
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
5 Days
After
Created Time
After
Modified Time
After
Within
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Value
Example
The specified Number attribute of the Livelink
items whose values are smaller than or equal to 6
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The specified Number attribute of the Livelink
items whose values are equal to 6 will be filtered
and included in the filter result.
The specified Yes/No attribute of the Livelink items
whose values are Yes will be filtered and included
in the filter result.
The specified Date and Time attribute of the
Livelink items whose values are before
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The specified Date and Time attribute of the
Livelink items whose values are after Wednesday,
December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be filtered and
included in the filter result.
The specified Date and Time attribute of the
Livelink items whose values are within 5 days will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The specified Date and Time attribute of the
Livelink items whose values are older than 5 days
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose created time is before
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose created time is after
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose created time is within 5
days will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink items whose created time is older
than 5 days will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
The Livelink items whose modified time is before
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose modified time is after
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink items whose modified time is within 5
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Rule
Condition
Older Than
Value
5 Days
Example
days will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink items whose modified time is older
than 5 days will be filtered and included in the
filter result.
List Level
Refer to the following table for the filter rules and conditions on the List filter level.
*Note: The Livelink objects in the lists that are filtered and excluded from the filter result will not be
scanned and included in the Scan Analysis Report.
Rule
Name
Descriptio
n
Created
By
Owned By
Condition
Contains
Value
Livelink
Does Not
Contain
Equals
Livelink
Does Not
Equal
Contains
Livelink
Does Not
Contain
Equals
Livelink
Livelink
Livelink
Livelink
Does Not
Equal
Contains
Livelink
Does Not
Contain
user
Equals
user
Does Not
Equal
user
Contains
user
Does Not
Contain
user
user
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The Livelink lists whose name contains Livelink will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose name does not contain Livelink
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose name equals Livelink will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose name does not equal Livelink will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose description contains Livelink will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose description does not contain
Livelink will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose description equals Livelink will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose description does not equal
Livelink will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists created by the user whose name
contains user will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink lists created by the user whose name does
not contain user will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink lists created by the user whose name equals
user will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists created by the user whose name does
not equal user will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
The Livelink lists owned by the user whose name contains
user will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists owned by the user whose name does not
contain user will be filtered and included in the filter
result.
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Rule
Created
Time
Condition
Equals
Does Not
Equal
Before
user
user
Within
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
5 Days
Older Than
5 Days
Before
Within
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
Wednesday,
December 4,
2013 (UTC08:00)
5 Days
Older Than
5 Days
After
Modified
Time
Value
After
Example
The Livelink lists owned by the user whose name equals
user will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists owned by the user whose name does not
equal user will be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose created time is before
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose created time is after Wednesday,
December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be filtered and
included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose created time is within 5 days will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose created time is older than 5 days
will be filtered and included in the result.
The Livelink lists whose modified time is before
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose modified time is after
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 (UTC-08:00) will be
filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose modified time is within 5 days will
be filtered and included in the filter result.
The Livelink lists whose modified time is older than 5 days
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
Version Level
Refer to the following table for the filter rules and conditions on the Version filter level.
Rule
Document Version
Compound
Document Release
Condition
Only Latest []
Versions
Only Latest []
Versions
Compound
Document Revision
Only Latest []
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Value
2
2
2
Example
The latest two versions of the Livelink documents will
be filtered and included in the filter results.
The latest two Release versions of the Livelink
compound documents will be filtered and included in
the filter results.
The latest two Revision versions of the Livelink
compound documents will be filtered and included in
the filter results.
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Configuring Security Mappings
Security Mappings include Domain Mapping, User Mapping, and Group Mapping. Click Security
Mappings tab to go to the Security Mappings interface.
Configuring LDAP Settings
Before configuring the security mappings, you must configure LDAP Settings first by completing the
following steps:
1. Click the LDAP Settings link. The Configure LDAP Settings pop-up window appears.
2. In the Configure LDAP Settings interface, configure the following settings:
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LDAP Path – Enter the IP address or hostname where the domain controller is installed.
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Username – Enter the username that can access the specific domain controller.
•
Password – Enter the corresponding password.
3. Click Add to add the LDAP setting, or click Reset to empty all of the entered information.
4. After the LDAP settings are successfully saved, it appears in the Domains field. Click Close to
return to the Security Mappings interface.
Configuring Domain Mappings
Under the Domain Mapping tab of the Security Mappings interface, complete the following steps to
configure a domain mapping:
1. Select a previously configured Livelink connection from the drop-down list, and then click Load
to load the source domains.
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Source Domain Name – Displays all of the loaded source domains.
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Destination Domain Name – Displays all of the previously configured LDAP settings.
2. Select a domain from the Source Domain Name column, and then select a domain from the
Destination Domain Name column.
3. Click Add to add the selected source domain and destination domain to the right pane.
4. Click Export to XML File to export the domain mappings to a XML file. The user mappings and
group mappings configured under the User Mapping and Group Mapping tabs are also exported
to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use them
while running Livelink Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\LivelinkMigrator directory.
Configuring User Mappings
Under the User Mapping tab of the Security Mappings interface, complete the following steps to
configure a user mapping:
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1. Select one or more Livelink domains from the first drop-down list, click OK, and then click Load.
The Load Source User pop-up window appears.
2. In the Load Source User interface, choose whether or not to use filter rules to filter and load the
desired users. If you select the Use filter rules checkbox, complete the following steps to
configure the filters:
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Login Name, Display Name, First Name, or Last Name from the drop-down list in
the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With, Contains, or By Regex from the drop-down list in the Condition
column. For more information, refer to Filter Rules Examples.
d. If there are two or more filter rules, select Add or Or from the drop-down list in the
Add/Or column to change the logic relationship of rules. You can click the delete (
button to delete the specific rule.
)
e. Click Load to load the source users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to exit the
current page without saving any configurations.
3. Select the previously configured LDAP Settings from the second drop-down list under the User
Mapping tab, and then click Load. The Load Destination User interface appears.
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Login Name, Display Name, First Name, or Last Name from the drop-down list in
the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With, Contains, or By Regex from the drop-down list in the Condition
column. For more information, refer to Filter Rules Examples.
d. If there are two or more filter rules, select Add or Or from the drop-down list in the
Add/Or column to change the logic relationship of rules. You can click the delete (
button to delete the specific rule.
)
e. Click Load to load the destination users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to
exit the current page without saving any configurations.
4. You can also click Add a Destination User to add a new user.
a. In the Add Users interface, click Add to add a new user.
b. Enter the desired username in the text box.
c. You can click the delete (
) button to delete the specific user.
d. Click Save to save your changes or click Cancel to return to the User Mapping interface.
5. Select a user from the Source Username column.
6. Select a user from the Destination Username column.
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8. If desired, select the Show default matched users checkbox to automatically match the source
user and the destination user whose name are the same. The automatically matched mappings
will be displayed in the right pane.
9. Click Export to XML File to export the user mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
the group mappings configured on the Domain Mapping tab and the Group Mapping tabs are
also exported to the other two XML files. You can import these XML file to DocAve Manager and
use them while running Livelink Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\LivelinkMigrator directory.
Configuring Group Mappings
Under the Group Mapping tab of the Security Mappings interface, complete the following steps to
configure a group mapping:
1. Select one or more Livelink domains from the first drop-down list, click OK, and then click Load.
The Load Source Group pop-up window appears.
2. In the Load Source Group interface, choose whether or not to use filter rules to filter and load
the desired groups. If you select the Use filter rules checkbox, complete the following steps to
configure the filters:
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Starts With, Contains, or By Regex from the drop-down list in the Condition
column. For more information, refer to Filter Rules Examples.
c. If there are two or more filter rules, select Add or Or from the drop-down list in the
Add/Or column to change the logic relationship of rules. You can click the delete (
button to delete the specific rule.
)
d. Click Load to load the source groups according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to exit
the current page without saving any configurations.
3. Select the previously configured LDAP Settings from the second drop-down list under the Group
Mapping tab, and then click Load. The Load Destination Group interface appears.
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Starts With, Contains, or By Regex from the drop-down list in the Condition
column. For more information, refer to Filter Rules Examples.
c. If there are two or more filter rules, select Add or Or from the drop-down list in the
Add/Or column to change the logic relationship of rules. You can click the delete (
button to delete the specific rule.
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d. Click Load to load the destination groups according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to
exit the current page without saving any configurations.
4. You can also click Add a Destination Group to add a new group. It will be created in SharePoint
after running the Livelink Migration job.
a. In the Add Groups interface, click Add to add a new group.
b. Enter the desired group name in the text box.
c. You can click the delete (
) button to delete the specific group.
d. Click Save to save your changes, or click Cancel to return to the Group Mapping
interface.
5. Select a group from the Source Group Name column.
6. Select a user from the Destination Group Name column.
7. Click Add to add the group mapping.
8. If desired, select the Show default matched groups checkbox to automatically match the source
group and the destination group whose name are the same. The automatically matched
mappings will be displayed in the right pane.
9. Click Export to XML File to export the group mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
the user mappings configured on the Domain Mapping tab and the User Mapping tabs are also
exported to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use
them while running Livelink Migration jobs.
*Note: To use the exported mapping file to DocAve Manager, you have to store the exported
mapping file in the ...\AvePoint\Agent\data\Migrator\LivelinkMigrator directory.
Filter Rules Examples
Refer to the following table for the examples of the filter rules in the Load Source User or Load
Destination User interface.
Rule
Condition
Login Name Starts With
Display
Name
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Value
L
Contains
L
By Regex
l*
Starts With
L
Contains
L
By Regex
t*
Example
All of the source or destination users whose login name starts
with L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose login name contains
L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose login name begins
with T will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose display name starts
with L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose display name
contains L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose display name begins
with t will be filtered and included in the filter result.
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First Name
Last Name
Condition
Starts With
Value
L
Contains
L
By Regex
t*
Starts With
L
Contains
L
By Regex
t*
Example
All of the source or destination users whose first name starts with
L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose first name contains L
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose first name begins
with t will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose last name starts with
L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose last name contains L
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination users whose last name begins
with t will be filtered and included in the filter result.
Refer to the following table for the examples of the filter rules in the Load Source Group or Load
Destination Group interface.
Rule
Group
Name
Condition
Starts With
Value
L
Contains
L
By Regex
t*
Example
All of the source or destination groups whose group name starts
with L will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination groups whose group name contains L
will be filtered and included in the filter result.
All of the source or destination groups whose group name begins
with t will be filtered and included in the filter result.
Configuring Database Inquiry
Use Database Inquiry to perform some simple queries on the Livelink database. To access Database
Inquiry, click Database Inquiry tab. The Database Inquiry interface appears. Before you start to perform
the queries, you must create a database connection by completing the following steps:
1. In the Database Inquiry interface, click Create Database Connection. The Create Livelink
Database Connection pop-up window appears.
2. To view the detailed Livelink database information, you can navigate to Livelink Administration >
Database Administration > Maintain Current Database, and then enter the appropriate
information.
*Note: Livelink stores all data in the Livelink Database, but DocAve Livelink Migrator can load
most of the data by using the API (Application Programming Interface). If you do not configure
the Livelink database connection, the following content cannot be migrated.
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Best Bets Value/ Best Bets Expiry
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Poll Results
3. To configure the Livelink Database Connection, enter the obtained information in the
corresponding checkboxes of the Create Livelink Database Connection interface:
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Oracle Server – Select this option if your Livelink database is in the Oracle Server.
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Database name – Enter the obtained Service Name.
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Schema owner – Enter the obtained User Name.
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Username – Enter the username to access the obtained Service Name.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
Microsoft SQL Server – Select this option if your Livelink database is in the Microsoft
SQL Server.
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Database server name – Enter the obtained SQL Server Name.
o
Database name – Enter the obtained SQL Server Database.
o
Schema owner – Enter the obtained User Name.
o
Username – Enter the username used to connect to the obtained SQL Server
Name.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
4. Click Save to save your configurations, or click Cancel to return to the Database Inquiry
interface without saving any changes.
5. Select the desired node from the tree.
6. Enter a SQL statement in the Enter Database Query text box.
7. Click Query to execute the entered SQL statement. The query results are shown in the field
under the Query button.
*Note: Only the Select SQL statement is supported here.
EMC Documentum Migration
In the Migrator Tool main interface, click EMC Documentum Migration to start. For EMC Documentum
Migration, you can use the migration tool to implement the following functions:
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Scan the source EMC Documentum contents. The contents in the selected nodes will be
recorded in the scan report and the contents that match the configured rules will be
marked with a comment for your reference.
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Configure the security mappings. This tool can export the configured security mapping
settings to XML files and you can import these XML files to DocAve for use in running
migration jobs.
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Configure the content type mapping. This tool can export the configured content type
mapping settings to an XML file and DocAve can use this XML file in migration jobs.
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Configuring EMC Documentum Connection
To use EMC Documentum Migration, you must configure the EMC Documentum connection so that the
tool can access the specified repository in EMC Documentum.
1. In the EMC Documentum Migration interface, click EMC Documentum Connection
Management. The EMC Documentum Connection Management window appears.
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Connection Name – Enter a name in the text box for the EMC Documentum
connection.
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Login Name and Password – Enter the user’s login name and password for accessing
the specified repository.
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Repository – Enter the repository name in the text box. DocAve Agent will connect to
the repository you specified here.
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Domain – If the repository is running on the domain-required mode, enter the domain
name.
2. When you complete the settings, Click Save to validate and save the connection settings, or click
Reset to reset the connection settings. You can create multiple connections.
3. Close the EMC Documentum Connection Management window to return to the EMC
Documentum Migration interface.
4. Select a previously configured EMC Documentum connection from the Specify an EMC
Documentum Connection drop-down list. The selected connection appears in the left pane for
specifying the scope for future operations.
Specifying Source
To configure content type mapping, security mappings, and scan analysis, you must select the source
first by completing the following steps:
1. In the left pane of the EMC Documentum Migration interface, expand the selected EMC
Documentum connection to load all of the available cabinet nodes.
2. Click on the cabinet nodes to expand the data tree and select your desired nodes.
For the selected nodes, refer to the following sections for details on how to configure the Scan Analysis,
Security Mappings and Content Type Mapping.
Performing a Scan Analysis
Scan Analysis is used to scan the source data to determine the potential risks in the EMC Documentum
migration job. To configure the scan analysis settings to set the rules and perform the scan, complete
the following steps:
1. Click Scan Analysis in the right pane to enter the interface for Scan Analysis Settings.
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2. Specify a filter policy to filter the desired objects for the scan from the drop-down list, or select
New Filter Policy to create a new one. If you do not want to use a filter policy, skip this step. You
can also click Filter Policy Settings to manage all of the filter policies. For more information on
managing filter polies, refer to Managing Filter Policies.
3. Configure the scan analysis settings to set the rules.
*Note: The source contents matching the rules will be marked with a comment in the scan
report. For each scan option, select a classification from the Classification drop-down list. In the
scan report, the contents matching the scan options will be marked with the classification you
specified in a Classification column, which helps group the scan results.
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Blocked file types in SharePoint – Scan the files with a file type that is blocked in
SharePoint. Click Show Details to view the blocked types. You can delete or add file
types in the list according to your requirements.
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Character Length – Scan the contents that exceed the character length limitation.
Configure character length limitations for file name, folder name, and SharePoint URL.
In SharePoint, the maximum length of SharePoint URL is 260 characters, and the
maximum length of file name and folder name is 128 characters.
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Length of the file name exceeds – The default value is 80, and the scale you can set is
from 1 to 128.
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Length of the folder name exceeds – The default value is 60, and the scale you can set is
from 1 to 128. If the character length of the file name (consisting of the file name, the
period (.), and extension name) exceeds the limitation you set, the extra characters at
end of the file name are pruned.
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Length of the SharePoint URL exceeds – The default value is 255, and the scale you can
set is from 1 to 260.The length of the SharePoint URL is calculated from the first
character after the “/” in the managed path.
To check whether the length of the SharePoint URL exceeds the limitation, you must
specify the length of your destination SharePoint URL by one of the following methods:
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Target SharePoint URL – Enter the URL of the destination SharePoint site.
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Target SharePoint URL length – Enter the length of the destination SharePoint
site URL. The length of the SharePoint site URL is calculated from the first
character after the “/”in the managed path.
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File size exceeds – Scan the files whose size exceeds the specified value. Enter the value
in the blank text box. The default value is 50 and the unit is MB.
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Source column value exceeds 255 characters or is before the year 1900 – Scan the
items whose column value exceeds 255 characters or is before the year 1900.
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Illegal characters in folder/file name in SharePoint – Scan the files and folders whose
name contains the illegal characters. Click Show Details to view the illegal characters.
You can delete or add illegal characters in the list according to your requirements.
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Folder/File name with illegal postfixes – Scan the files and folders whose name ends
with illegal postfix. For example, if there is a folder named abc_bylos, and_bylos is the
illegal postfix, this folder will be marked with a comment in the scan report. Click Show
Details to view the illegal postfixes. You can delete or add illegal postfixes in the list
according to your requirements.
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Folder/File name contains two consecutive periods (..) – Scan the files and folders
whose name contains consecutive periods.
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Unsupported Content – Scan the contents that are not supported for migration,
including the nested virtual documents, nested snapshots and the files that meet both
of the following criteria:
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File size is 0 KB.
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File is required to be exported during the migration
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Checked out Files – Scan the files that are checked out.
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Incompatible version numbers – Scan the file with a version number that is
incompatible with the SharePoint version number.
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Rendition files – Scan the rendition files of the source files.
4. Click Next to enter the Scan and Results page.
5. Click Browse to specify a storage location for the scan analysis report.
6. Click Scan to start scanning.
7. After the scan is finished, click View Detailed Report to view the detailed scan analysis report.
Viewing Scan Analysis Report
Open the generated scan analysis report to check the scan results. There are three sheets in the
generated tool report: Summary, Migration Risk Analysis, and Users and Groups.
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Summary – Includes the number of the scanned EMC Documentum objects sorted
according to the object type, the total size of the scanned EMC Documentum objects,
and the estimated migration time to migrate all of the scanned EMC Documentum
objects to SharePoint using EMC Documentum migration.
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Users and Groups – Includes the names of all of the EMC Documentum users and
groups.
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Migration Risk Analysis – Includes the URL and name of each scanned EMC
Documentum object, the repository and cabinet where the scanned EMC Documentum
object resides, the creator, created time, last modifier, last modified time of the
scanned EMC Documentum object, whether the scanned EMC Documentum object is
checked out, the type, format, and size of the scanned EMC Documentum object, the
estimated level of the risks when migrating the scanned EMC Documentum object, and
the suggestions to reduce the risks.
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Managing Filter Policies
In the Scan Analysis Settings interface, click Filter Policy Settings to go to Filter Policy interface. All of
the previously configured filter policies are displayed in this interface. You can create, edit, or delete
filter policies in this interface.
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Create – Click Create on the ribbon to create a new filter policy. For details, refer to
Configuring a Filter Policy.
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Edit – Select a filter policy and click Edit on the ribbon to change the configurations for
the selected filter policy.
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Delete – Select one or more filter policies and click Delete on the ribbon. A confirmation
window appears, confirming that you want to proceed with the deletion. Click OK to
delete the selected filter policies, or click Cancel to return to the Filter Policy interface
without deleting the selected filter policies.
Configuring a Filter Policy
To create a new filter policy, click New Filter Policy from the drop-down list in the Scan Analysis Settings
interface or click Create in the Filet Policy interface. The Create interface appears. Configure the
following settings:
1. Enter a name for your filter policy in the Filter Policy Name text box.
2. Select Folder, or File from the drop-down list in the lower-left corner, and then click Add a
Criterion.
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Order – Double-click the value in the Order column, and then you can adjust the order
of the filter rules of the same level.
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Rule – Select a rule from the drop-down list in the Rule column.
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Condition – Select a condition from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
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Value – Specify a value in the Value column.
3. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete (
button following each rule to delete the rule.
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)
If 2 or more rules are configured, determine the logical relationship between the rules
at the same level by double-clicking the value in the And/Or column following each rule,
and choosing And or Or from the drop-down list.
4. Click Save to save your changes and return to the Filter Policy interface, or click Cancel to return
to the Filter Policy interface without saving any changes. The newly created filter policy is
displayed in the Filter Policy interface.
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Configuring Security Mapping
Security Mappings include Domain Mapping, User Mapping, and Group Mapping. Click Security
Mappings in the EMC Documentum interface to go to the Security Mappings interface.
Configuring LDAP Settings
Before you configure the security mapping, including the domain mapping, group mapping, and user
mapping, complete the following steps to configure the LDAP settings first.
1. In the EMC Documentum Migration interface, click LDAP Settings. The LDAP Settings window
appears.
2. In the LDAP Settings window, configure the following settings:
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LDAP Path – Enter the IP address or host name where the domain controller is installed.
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Username – Enter the username that can access the specific domain controller.
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Password – Enter the corresponding password.
3. Click Add to add the LDAP setting, or click Reset to empty all of the entered information.
4. After the LDAP settings are successfully saved, it appears in the Domains field. Click Close to
return to the Security Mappings interface.
Configuring Domain Mappings
Under the Domain Mapping tab of the Security Mappings interface, complete the following steps to
configure a domain mapping:
1. Select a domain from the Source Domain Name column, and then select a domain from the
Destination Domain Name column.
2. Click Add to add the selected source domain and destination domain to the right pane.
3. Click Export to XML File to export the domain mappings to a XML file. The user mappings and
group mappings configured under the User Mapping and Group Mapping tabs are also exported
to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use them
while running EMC Documentum Migration jobs.
Configuring User Mapping Settings
To map source users to destination users, configure the user mapping settings in the User Mapping tab
by completing the following steps:
1. Select one or more EMC Documentum domains from the first drop-down list, click OK, and then
click Load. The Load Source User pop-up window appears.
2. In the Load Source User interface, choose whether or not to use filter rules to filter and load the
desired users. If you select the Use filter rules checkbox, complete the following steps to
configure the filters:
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a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Login Name or Display Name from the drop-down list in the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With, Contains, or By Regex from the drop-down list in the Condition
column.
d. Enter the Value for this rule.
e. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete
(
) button following each rule to delete it.
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f.
If 2 or more rules are configured, select And or Or from the drop-down list in
the And/Or column to change the logic relationship between the rules.
Click Load to load the source users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to exit the
current page without saving any configurations.
3. Select the previously configured LDAP Settings from the second drop-down list under the User
Mapping tab, and then click Load. The Load Destination User interface appears.
a. Click Add a Criterion to add a filter rule.
b. Select Login Name or Display Name from the drop-down list in the Rule column.
c. Select Starts With or Contains from the drop-down list in the Condition column.
d. Enter the Value for this rule.
e. After configuring one rule, click Add a Criterion to add another rule, or click the delete
(
) button following each rule to delete it.
o
f.
If 2 or more rules are configured, select And or Or from the drop-down list in
the And/Or column to change the logic relationship between the rules.
Click Load to load the destination users according to the filter rules, or click Cancel to
exit the current page without saving any configurations.
4. You can also click Add a Destination User to add a new user. It will be created in SharePoint
after running the EMC Documentum Migration job.
a. In the Add Users interface, click Add to add a new user.
b. Enter the desired username in the text box.
c. You can click the delete (
) button to delete the specific user.
d. Click Save to save your changes, or click Cancel to return to the User Mapping interface.
5. Select a user from the Source Username column.
6. Select a user from the Destination Username column.
7. Click Add to add the user mapping.
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8. If desired, select the Show default matched users checkbox to automatically match the source
user and the destination user whose name are the same. The automatically matched mappings
will be displayed in the right pane.
9. Click Export to XML File to export the user mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
group mappings configured under the Domain Mapping and Group Mapping tabs are also
exported to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use
them while running EMC Documentum Migration jobs.
Configuring Group Mapping
Under the Group Mapping tab of the EMC Documentum interface, complete the following steps to
configure a group mapping:
1. Select one or more EMC Documentum domains from the drop-down list in the left pane, click
OK, and then click Load. The EMC Documentum groups in the selected source domains appear
in the Source Group Name column.
2. Enter the SharePoint group name in the Destination Group Name column at the same row with
each of the source eRoom group you want to map to the destination SharePoint nodes.
3. Click Export to XML File to export the group mappings to a XML file. The domain mappings and
user mappings configured under the Domain Mapping and User Mapping tabs are also exported
to the other two XML files. You can import these XML files to DocAve Manager and use them
while running EMC Documentum Migration jobs.
Configuring Content Type Mapping
Configure content type mapping settings to map EMC Documentum types to SharePoint content types.
Complete the following steps to configure content type mapping settings:
In the homepage of EMC Documentum Migration, click Content Type Mapping in the right pane. Then,
complete the following steps in the Content Type Mapping interface:
1.
In the Folder Types and Document Types fields, select the desired folder types and/or
document types that you want to perform the configurations.
2. Click Next to go to the Configure Content Type Mapping interface.
3. In the left EMC Documentum Types field, expand the tree to select a type for configuring
content type mappings.
4. The right field displays the information for this type.
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Content Type Mapping – Configure the content type name mapping.
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EMC Documentum Folder/Document Type – Displays the selected type’s name.
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SharePoint Content Type – Enter the destination content type name.
Column Mapping – Configure the column mapping settings.
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EMC Documentum Attribute Name – Displays the source attribute name.
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SharePoint Column Name – Enter the destination column name.
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SharePoint Column Type – Select a column type from the drop-down list.
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Migrate Column – Select whether to use this column mapping settings in this
content type mapping. Select the checkbox to use it and migrate the source
attribute, and uncheck the checkbox to not use it and not migrate the source
attribute.
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Add To Default View – Specify whether to add this SharePoint column to the
default view by selecting/unchecking the checkbox.
5. Click Export to XML File to save the content type mapping settings and generate and export the
content type mapping file. By default, this tool generates the
DocumentumMigrationTypeMapping.xml file in the
…AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\data\Migrator\DocumentumMigrator\TypeMappings directory. To
make sure DocAve can use this generated mapping settings in migration jobs when the Use the
content type mapping generated by Migrator Tool option is selected in the DocAve 6 > EMC
Documentum Migration > Profile Settings > Mapping Options > Content Type Mapping
interface, do not move this file to other locations. You can also further edit the content type
mapping settings in the exported XML file by selecting the Manually configure the content type
mapping option in the DocAve 6 > EMC Documentum Migration > Profile Settings > Mapping
Options > Content Type Mapping interface and uploading the desired XML file.
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Discovery Tool
Discovery Tool is used to scan your SharePoint 2007/2010/2013 environment and then generate
reports. It can scan different levels from the farm level to the item level and the generated reports
contain various kinds of information that can help you have better understanding of your SharePoint
environment, and optimize your management of your SharePoint contents. You can also compare the
generated reports to find out the differences between different sites.
Requirements
Refer to the following sections for system and farm requirements that must be in place prior to using
Discovery Tool.
System Requirements
In order to use the Discovery Tool for SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010, Microsoft .NET Framework
3.5 or later must be installed and configured properly on your machine.
In order to use the Discovery Tool for SharePoint 2013, Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or later must be
installed and configured properly on your machine.
Permissions Requirements
To use Discovery Tool properly, it must be installed on the Central Administration server or one of the
Web front-end servers of a SharePoint 2007/2010/2013 farm. The user who runs Discovery Tool must
have the following permissions:
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Local System permissions:
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Permission of Log on as a batch job (it can be found within Control Panel >
Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy > Security Settings > Local Policies >
User Rights Assignment)
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Full Control Permission for Discovery Tool installation directory
If there are no strict limitations within your organization on the permissions that can be
applied, you can simply add the user who runs Discovery Tool to the local
Administrators group to apply all of the required permissions.
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SharePoint permissions:
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User is a member of the Farm Administrators group
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Policy for Web Application: Full Read
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SQL permissions:
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The db_owner database role in all of the databases related with SharePoint,
including Content Databases, Configuration Database, and Central Admin
Database
Accessing Discovery Tool
To access the Discovery Tool and leverage its functionalities, complete the following steps:
1. Go to the installation directory of DocAve Agent, and browse to …\AvePoint\DocAve6\Agent\bin.
2. To start the tool, double-click DiscoveryTool.exe (for SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010) or
SP2013DiscoveryTool.exe according to your SharePoint environment.
User Interface Overview
When you launch the Discovery Tool, user interface launches with the following sections. Refer to Figure
19 for a visual representation of the sections.
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Farm Information ‒ Use this section to collect the farm information, such as farm
topology information, configuration information, Web application information, and
content database information, to analyze the farm environment and structure better.
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Applications & Settings ‒ Use this section to collect the content information, such as
structure details, site collection information, custom template information, and custom
Web part information, to analyze the content in the selected nodes.
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Figure 19: The Discovery Tool launch window.
Discovery Tool Functions
Refer to the following sections for details about the provided functions.
Farm Information
To generate reports on the farm information, refer to the following steps:
1. Click the Farm Information ( ) button on the navigation or the Farm Information link on the
right pane of the Discovery Tool interface.
2. In the Scan Settings step, configure the scan settings to scan the information that you want to
generate reports. There are seven types of information that you can select to scan.
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Farm Topology – Select this checkbox to collect the farm topology information.
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Web Application Information – Select this checkbox to collect the Web applications’
information in the farm.
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Content Database – Select this checkbox to collect all of the content databases’
information in the farm.
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Solution Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the farm solutions’
information.
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IIS Application Information – Select this checkbox to collect the information of the files
in the IIS bin folder and GAC folder that are created by IIS applications.
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Master Page – Select this checkbox to collect the custom master pages’ information in
the farm.
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Language Information – Select this checkbox to collect the language information for all
of the servers in the farm.
Click Select All to select all of the checkboxes, or click Clear All to deselect all of the checkboxes.
By default, the checkboxes are all selected.
3. Click Next to go to the next step.
4. In the Report Location step, configure the following settings:
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How would you like to generate the report? – Specify the method to generate the
reports.
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CSV – Use this option to store the collected information into CSV files. You can
specify a report location for the CSV files.
o
Database – Use this option to store the collected information to a specified
database.

Database Server – Enter the database server where the database you
want to store the collected information.

Database Name – Enter the name of the database where you want to
store the collected information.

Authentication Mode – Specify an authentication mode. You can select
the Windows Authentication or SQL Authentication.

Account – Enter the account that has the db_owner permission to the
specified database.

Password – Enter the password for the account above.
You can also validate the SQL database account by clicking Validation Test.
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Report Location – Specify a location to store the reports. The default location is the bin
folder of the current tool’s directory. To change another location, click Change Location,
select the desired location, and click OK to save the new location.
*Note: This field is displayed only when you select the CSV option above.
5. Click Generate to generate the reports on the selected types of information, or click Back to
modify the scan settings.
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Click the Click Here link to go to the report location directory.
The reports are stored in the folder named Date_Time. For detailed information on the
reports, refer to the Reports section.
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Click the Home Page link to go the home page of Discovery Tool.
Applications & Settings
To generate reports on the applications and settings on the selected nodes, follow the instructions
below:
1. Click the Applications & Settings ( ) button on the navigation or the Applications & Settings
link on the right pane of the Discovery Tool interface.
2. In the Node Selection step, click the farm to load nodes under it. Select the nodes that you want
to scan by selecting the corresponding checkboxes.
3. In the Scan Settings step, configure the scan settings to scan the information that you want to
generate reports. There are four types of settings that you can select to scan.
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General Statistics – Configure the settings in this tab to collect general statistics.
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Web Application Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the Web
applications’ information in the selected nodes.
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Content Database – Select this checkbox to collect all of the content databases’
information in the selected nodes.
o
Site Collection Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the site
collections’ information in the selected nodes.
o
Site Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the sites’ information in
the selected nodes.
o
List Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the lists’ information in
the selected nodes.
o
Site Statistic Information – Select this checkbox to collect the statistic
information of the sites in the selected nodes.
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Checked Out Document – Select this checkbox to collect all of the checked out
documents’ information in the selected nodes.
Configuration – Configure the settings in this tab to collect configuration information.
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Lookup Column – Select this checkbox to collect all of the lookup columns’
information in the selected nodes.
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Workflow – Select this checkbox to collect all of the workflows’ information in
the selected nodes.
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Alert – Select this checkbox to collect the list/item level alerts’ information in
the selected nodes.
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Page Basic Information – Select this checkbox to collect all of the master pages’
information in the selected nodes.
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Master Page – Select this checkbox to collect all of the master pages’
information in the selected nodes.

Page Layout – Select this checkbox to collect all of the page layouts’
information in the selected nodes.

Pages and Site Pages Libraries – Select this checkbox to collect the page
controls’ information in the Pages and Site Pages libraries of the
selected nodes.
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All Libraries and Lists – Select this checkbox to collect the page controls’
information in the form pages of the selected nodes.
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Form Page – Select this checkbox to collect the page controls’
information in the form pages of the selected nodes.
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View – Select this checkbox to collect the page controls’ information of
in the views of the selected nodes.
Customization – Configure the settings in this tab to collect customized information.
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Feature – Select this checkbox to collect the custom and activated features’
information in the selected nodes.
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Web Part – Select this checkbox to collect the information of the custom Web
parts and the SharePoint built-in Web parts that are not supported by DocAve in
the selected nodes.
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Master Page – Select this checkbox to collect the custom master pages’
information in the selected nodes.
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Content Type – Select this checkbox to collect the custom content types’
information in the selected nodes.
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Column Type – Select this checkbox to collect the custom column types’
information in the selected nodes.
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Site Template – Select this checkbox to collect the custom site templates’
information in the selected nodes and in farm level.
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List Template – Select this checkbox to collect the custom list templates’
information in the selected nodes.
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List View – Select this checkbox to collect the custom list views’ information in
the selected nodes.
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Event Receiver – Select this checkbox to collect the custom event receivers’
information in the selected nodes.
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Advanced – Configure the settings in this tab to collect compare information, last
accessed information, and structure details.
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Compare Information – Select this checkbox to collect the (site collections),
sites, lists, items, content types, and columns’ basic information of the selected
nodes.
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Last Accessed Information – Select this checkbox to collect the last accessed
information of the objects that have configured the audit settings in the
selected nodes.
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Structure Details – Select this checkbox to collect the structure information of
the selected nodes.
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Export the site where the item count is greater than – Select this
checkbox to collect the information of the site where the item count is
greater than the specified value. The default value is 2000.

Export the list whose last modified date is in – Select this checkbox to
collect the information of the list whose last modified date is in the
specified time period.

Export the list whose created date is in – Select this checkbox to collect
the information of the list whose created date is in the specified time
period.
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Export the site where the version count of items is greater than –
Select this checkbox to collect the information of the site where the
version count of items is greater than the specified value. The default
value is 100.
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Export the item whose URL length is greater than – Select this
checkbox to collect the information of the item whose URL has more
characters than the specified value. The default value is 200.
4. In the Report Location step, specify the method you want to store the collected information.
For detailed information on the configuration in this step, refer to the step 4 in the Farm
Information section.
5. Click Generate to generate the reports on the selected types of information, or click Back to
modify the scan settings.
6. When the reports are generated successfully, you can do the following things:
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Click the Click Here link to go to the report location directory.
The reports are stored in the folder named Date_Time. For detailed information on the
reports, refer to the Reports section.
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Click the Home Page link to go the home page of Discovery Tool.
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License Manager
Click License Manager on the navigation. The License Manager interface appears and displays the
current license information in the License Details field. The Status, Server Host\IP, and Expiration Time
of the current license are displayed.
If the current license has expired or does not work, you can apply a new license. Refer to the following
steps to apply a new license.
1. In the License Manager interface, click Browse.
2. Select a new license file and click Open.
3. The details of the new license are displayed.
4. Click Apply to apply the new license, or click Cancel to cancel changes.
User Guide
Click User Guide on the navigation. The user guide of Discovery Tool will pop up. You can view detailed
information on Discovery Tool in the guide.
About Me
Click About Me on the navigation. The detailed information on the Discovery Tool version is displayed in
the pop-up window. You can also go to the AvePoint Official Website directly by clicking the link on the
lower pane of the window.
Reports
The reports will be generated in the same directory as the tool. The folder name of the reports is
Date_Time (for example, 20140107_150101).
In the report folder, there is one report named Discovery Tool Summary Report that collects the basic
reports and gives the corresponding descriptions and recommendations, one report named Job
Information Report that collects the information on the job that generates the reports, and different
folders to store different kinds of reports.
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If you collect the farm information, the Farm Information Reports folder will be
generated in the report folder.
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If you collect the applications and settings information, the General Statistics Reports,
Configuration Reports, Customization Reports, and Advanced Reports folders will be
generated in the report folder.
Refer to the following tables for detailed information on each report.
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Discovery Tool Summary Report
In the Discovery Tool Summary Report.xlsx report, the following reports are listed:
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Alert Information Report
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Custom Column Type Information Report
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Custom Content Type Information Report
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Custom Feature Information Report
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Custom List Template Information Report
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Custom Master Page Information Report
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Custom Site Template Information Report
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Custom Web Part Information Report
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List Information Report
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Lookup Column Information Report
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Site Collection Information Report
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Site Information Report
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Site Level Web Application Information Report
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Workflow Information Report
Click each report to open the report directly. You can also view the description, type, count, and
recommendation for each report.
Job Information Report
In the Job Information Report.csv report, you can view the Job ID, Job Settings, Start Time, and Finish
Time of the job that generates this report.
Farm Information Reports
In the Farm Information Reports folder, the following reports listed in the File Name column below can
be generated depending on the checkboxes you select in the panel. For each checkbox you select, a .csv
file of the same name will be generated.
File Name
Farm Topology Information
Report.csv
Web Application Information
Report.csv
Content (Column Name)
Job ID, Server, Version, Service, Status
Version – Microsoft SharePoint Foundation version of the server farm.
Status – The status of the corresponding service on the server: Started
or Stopped.
Job ID, Web Application Name, Authentication, Database Count, Total
Size (GB), Site Collection Count, Site Count, List Count, User Count
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File Name
Content Database
Information Report.csv
Solution Information
Report.csv
IIS Application Information
Report.csv
Master Page Information
Report.csv
Language Information
Report.csv
Content (Column Name)
Job ID, Web Application Name, Database Version, Database ID,
Database Name, Database Size (MB), Site Collection Count
Job ID, Solution ID, Solution Name, Deployed Level, Web Application
Name, Deployed To
Job ID, Physical Path, Assembly, Assembly Type
Job ID, Page URL
Job ID, Farm Name, Configuration Database Version, SharePoint MOSS
Status, Service Pack, Server Language LCID, Server Language Pack
General Statistics Reports
In the General Statistics Reports folder, the following reports listed in the File Name column in the table
can be generated depending on the checkboxes you selected in the panel. For each checkbox you
selected, a .csv file of the same name will be generated.
File Name
Site Level Web Application
Information Report.csv
Content (Column Name)
Job ID, Web Application Name, Web Application ID, Web Application
URL
Site Level Content Database
Information Report.csv
Job ID, Web Application Name, Web Application ID, Database ID,
Database Name
Site Collection Information
Report.csv
Job ID, Web Application ID, Web Application Name, Database ID,
Content Database, Site Collection URL, Site Collection ID, Size (MB), Net
Size (MB), Site Count, Last Accessed Time, Time Zone, Group Count,
User Count
Job ID, Site Collection ID, Parent Site ID, Site ID, Site URL, Top Level Site,
Theme, Last Modified Time, Time Zone, Net Size (MB), List Count,
Template Title, Customization, Template Location, Template
Description, Template Name, Template ID
Job ID, Site ID, List URL, List Title, List ID, Template Title, Template ID,
Customization, Template Feature ID, Template Description, Template
Category
Job ID, Site Collection ID, Parent Site ID, Site URL, Document Size (MB),
Total Document Size (includes the documents deleted to the Recycle
Bin), Version Size (MB), Total Version Size (includes the versions
deleted to the Recycle Bin), Item Size (MB), Total Item Size (includes
the items deleted to the Recycle Bin), Total Size (MB), Total Size
(includes the content deleted to the Recycle Bin), Document Count,
Checked Out Document Count
Job ID, Document URL, Checked Out User, UI Version, Version
Site Information Report.csv
List Information Report.csv
Site Statistic Information
Report.csv
Checked Out Document
Information Report.csv
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Configuration Reports
In the Configuration Reports folder, the following reports listed in the File Name column in the table
can be generated depending on the checkboxes you selected in the panel. For each checkbox you
selected, a .csv file will be generated.
*Note: Once the Page Basic Information checkbox is selected, the Welcome Page Information Report
will be generated. Once one of the following checkboxes is selected, the page control information in the
corresponding scope of the selected nodes will be collected to the Page Control Information Report:
Master Page, Page Layout, Pages and Site Pages Libraries, All Libraries and Lists, Form Page, and View.
File Name
Lookup Column Information
Report.csv
Workflow Information
Report.csv
Alert Information Report.csv
Page Control Information
Report.csv
Welcome Page Information
Report.csv
Content (Column Name)
Job ID, Site URL, Scope, List Title, Column Name, Internal Name, Lookup
Site URL, Lookup List Title, Lookup Column Name
Job ID, Object URL, Type, List Title, Workflow Name, Workflow
Template, Task List Title, History List Title, Instance Count, Assembly,
Classification, Feature ID
Job ID, Alert ID, List URL, Alert Title, Item Title, Alert Type, Status, User
Name, Alert Template
Job ID, Page Control ID, Page URL, Web Part Count, Web Part Type,
Web Part Zone ID, Control Count, Control Type
Job ID, Welcome Page URL, Page Layout, Master Page
Customization Reports
In the Customization Reports folder, the following reports listed in the File Name column in the table
can be generated depending on the checkboxes you selected in the panel. For each checkbox you
selected, a .csv file of the same name will be generated.
File Name
Custom Feature Information
Report.csv
Custom Web Part
Information Report.csv
Custom Master Page
Information Report.csv
Custom Content Type
Information Report.csv
Custom Column Type
Information Report.csv
Content ( Column Name)
Job ID, Object URL, Scope, Status, Feature ID, Feature Name, Feature
Location, Solution Name, Solution ID, Dependent Feature ID
Dependent Feature ID – The ID of the feature on which the custom
feature relies.
Job ID, Site URL, Web Part ID, Web Part URL, Type, Type ID, Zone,
Classification, Assembly, Web Part Location, Base Class, Template
Name, Feature ID
Job ID, Page URL, Site URL
Job ID, Object URL, Content Type Name, Content Type ID, Content Type
Level, Feature ID
Job ID, Column Name, Column ID, Object URL, Scope, Column Type
Class, Column Type Name
Column Type Class – The full name of the class that defines the logic of
the column type.
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File Name
Custom Site Template
Information Report.csv
Custom List Template
Information Report.csv
Custom List View Information
Report.csv
Custom Event Receiver
Information Report.csv
Content ( Column Name)
Job ID, Site URL, LCID, Template ID, Template Name, Template
Description, Template Title, Template Location
Job ID, Site URL, Base Type, Template Name, Template ID, Feature ID,
Template Description, Template Category
Job ID, Site URL, View URL, View Name, Base View ID
Base View ID – The value that specifies the base view identifier of the
list view.
Job ID, ID, Site URL, Object, Event Receiver Type, Action Type,
Description
Advanced Reports
In the Advanced Reports folder, the following reports listed in the File Name column in the table can be
generated when selecting the corresponding checkbox in the panel.
*Note: Configuring settings for the Export the list whose last modified date is in and Export the list
whose created date is in fields will generate the Modification Data Information Report.
File Name
Last Accessed Information
Report.csv
Structure Details Report.csv
Item Count Warning
Report.csv
Modification Date Information
Report.csv
Version Count Warning
Report.csv
URL Length Warning
Report.csv
Content( Column Name)
Job ID, Site Collection URL, Item Count, Item Size (MB)
Job ID, Object URL, Type, Item Count, Item Count (includes system
items), Version Count, Item Size (KB), Last Modified Time, Modified
By, Extension
Job ID, Site ID, Site URL, Item Count
Job ID, Site URL, List Title, Created Time, Last Modified Time, Item
Count, Item Size (Byte)
Job ID, Site ID, Site URL, Folder Path, Item Title, Version Count
Job ID, Web Application URL, Object URL, ID, URL Length
Compare Information Report
In the Compare Information Report folder, the following report listed in the File Name column in the
table can be generated when selecting the Compare Information checkbox in the panel.
File Name
Compare Information
Report.txt
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Content( Column Name)
Site Collection Information, Sub Site Information, List Information,
Item Information
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In the …\data\SP2010\DiscoveryTool directory of the extracted folder, many XML files are provided. You
can configure the XML files to configure settings for the Compare Information Report.
By configuring the SP2010DiscoveryToolReportSetting.xml file, you can specify the report type for the
Compare Information Report, specify whether to include the specified lists in the report, and whether to
include built-in columns in the report.
By configuring the SP2010DiscoveryToolMetadataControl.xml file, you can specify whether to include
all of the column information of items in the selected nodes or just include the specified columns’
information.
By configuring the SP2010DiscoveryToolListControl.xml file, you can specify whether to include the
information of all of the lists in the selected nodes or just include the specified lists’ information.
Report Settings
Before generating the reports, you can select whether to modify the
SP2010DiscoveryToolReportSetting.xml file to configure the settings for the Compare Information
Report.
1. Open the SP2010DiscoveryToolReportSetting.xml file with Notepad.
2. Find the <CompareReportSetting> node to configure the report settings.
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reportType – Use this parameter to specify the report format. You have three options:
TXT, XML, and CSV. The default value is TXT.
*Note: The Compare Information Report does not support to be stored in the database.
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filterList – It is used to select whether to filter specified lists in the report or exclude
them from the report. If the value of the filterList attribute is TRUE, the following lists’
information will be excluded from the report. If its value is FALSE, the following lists’
information will be included in the report.
*Note: The content in the FilterList node cannot be modified.
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getCustomFields – Choose whether or not to include the built-in columns in the report.
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TRUE – Set the TRUE value to obtain the custom column value and display them
in the report. The value of the built-in columns will be excluded from the report.
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FALSE – Set the FALSE value to obtain all of the columns values including the
custom column and the built-in columns.
3. Save the modifications to this file and close it.
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Metadata Settings
The Metadata Settings feature is used to include the metadata information for the specified columns
when generating the comparison information.
By default, when you select the Compare Information checkbox, only the Modified Time, Created Time,
Modified By, and Created By properties will be included in the Item Information section in the Compare
Information Report. If you want to compare more information of the items, you can add the column
names of the items into the SP2010DiscoveryToolMetadataControl.xml file. Follow the steps below to
configure the settings:
1. Open the SP2010DiscoveryToolMetadataControl.xml file with Notepad.
2. Find the <MetadataControl key ="AllDataOutput" value ="False"> node.
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If you want to compare all of the column information of the items, modify the value of
the value attribute to True.
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True represents to output all of the column values.
If you want to compare the specified metadata, modify the value of the value attribute
to False.
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False represents to output the values only for the columns under the
<MetadataControl key ="AllDataOutput" value ="False"> node.
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To add more columns, add the <add key ="MetadataTitle" value =""/> node
under the <MetadataControl key ="AllDataOutput" value ="False"> node.
Enter the column name as the value of the value attribute.
3. Save the modifications made to this file and close it.
After the configuration completes, generate a report and find the report in the Compare Information
folder in the report folders. The added columns’ metadata will be displayed in the Item Information
section in the generated report.
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The List Information Settings feature is used to include the information for the specified lists when
generating the comparison information.
1. Open the SP2010DiscoveryToolListControl.xml file with Notepad.
2. Find the <ListControl key ="AllDataOutput" value="true" > node.
•
If you set the true value, all of the lists within the selected nodes will be displayed in
the Compare Information Report.
•
If you set the false value, specify the desired lists in the <add key ="ListInfo" value
=""/> node. Enter either the list name or the list URL as the value of the value attribute.
3. Save the modifications made to this file and close it.
After the configuration completes, generate reports and find the report in the Compare Information
Report folder in the report folders. The information of the specified lists will be displayed in the List
Information section in the generated report.
Comparing the Reports
After configuring the settings, select the source/destination node and select the Compare Information
checkbox to generate the compare information report. After the Compare Information Report.txt files
are generated, find them in the Compare Information Report folder in the report folders. You can
compare the information from the two files by using a third-party file comparison tool. For example, you
could use WinMerge to find the differences as shown below.
Figure 20: Use a third-party file comparison tool.
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