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Quadrotech Archive Shuttle 10.3 - Administration Guide

Stage 2 (Switch User)

This page shows an overview of all containers that have been switched to target and shows the status in the Stage 2 workflow.

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NOTE: Additional columns are available if the ‘Advanced view’ is enabled (under the ‘Views’ tab) though this makes the user interface slower if there are a large number of mappings.

The following basic information about each container is visible in the grid view:

·Source User Name

·Group

·Source Container Type

·Link (for the source)

·Target User Name

·Group

·Target Container Type

·Link (for the target)

·Command

The current command which is being ran by Archive Shuttle.

·Status: The status of the command

·Error: Information relating to errors

·Date/Time

·Next Command: The next command to be executed by Archive Shuttle

·Finished

Actions to be performed on the Workflow Status page

These actions can be performed on this page:

·Refresh: Refreshes the tables data

·Columns: Allows the selection of additional data columns, which might then be used to select groups of containers

·Reset: Resets the grid to the default columns, and removes any filters

·Load: Loads a saved filter/page-layout

·Save: Saves the current filter/page-layout

·Add to Group: One or more containers can be added to an existing or new group. This group membership can then be used for filtering and batching of users for migration.

·Reset Workflow Status: Can be used to retry the current command

·Skip: Skip the current command in the workflow

·Pause: Pause the workflow

·Resume: Continue from a paused workflow

·Change Policy: Allows a new policy to be chosen and the workflow restarted with that policy

·Export to PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV: Allow data to be exported to several formats

Link Statistics

This page shows an overview of all containers that have been switched to target and shows the status in the Stage 2 workflow.

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NOTE: Additional columns are available if the ‘Advanced view’ is enabled (under the ‘Views’ tab) though this makes the user interface slower if there are a large number of mappings.

The following basic information about each container is visible in the grid view:

·Source User Name

·Group

·Source Container Type

·Link (for the source)

·Target User Name

·Group

·Target Container Type

·Link (for the target)

·Command

The current command which is being ran by Archive Shuttle.

·Status: The status of the command

·Error: Information relating to errors

·Date/Time

·Next Command: The next command to be executed by Archive Shuttle

·Finished

Actions to be performed on the Workflow Status page

These actions can be performed on this page:

·Refresh: Refreshes the tables data

·Columns: Allows the selection of additional data columns, which might then be used to select groups of containers

·Reset: Resets the grid to the default columns, and removes any filters

·Load: Loads a saved filter/page-layout

·Save: Saves the current filter/page-layout

·Add to Group: One or more containers can be added to an existing or new group. This group membership can then be used for filtering and batching of users for migration.

·Reset Workflow Status: Can be used to retry the current command

·Skip: Skip the current command in the workflow

·Pause: Pause the workflow

·Resume: Continue from a paused workflow

·Change Policy: Allows a new policy to be chosen and the workflow restarted with that policy

·Export to PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV: Allow data to be exported to several formats

Performance Dashboard

The Performance Dashboard provides information about the migrations being performed on an hour by hour basis. The screen allows an administrator to select information relating to:

·The last day

·The last week

·The last month

·A custom time frame

Information about the migration is then displayed in a tabular format as follows:

Item

Description

Hour

Date/Time

Exported Count

Number of items exported

Exported Size

Size of all data exported

Imported Count

Number of items imported

Imported Size

Size of all data imported

It is also possible to view the information on a per-link basis, and each set of data is also displayed as a graph at the right hand side of the page.

Optionally, you can configure the page’s widgets to display compressed sizes.

Failed Items

This page shows an overview of any per-item failures that Archive Shuttle has encountered during the migration. When the screen is first entered a particular link should be chosen from the drop down list. This will filter the Failed Items screen to show only items relating to that link.

The following basic information about each failure is logged in the grid view:

·Container Mapping ID: The Archive Shuttle ID for the container mapping – reference only

·Item Routing ID: The Archive Shuttle ID for the item which has failed – reference only

·Is Exported Failed?: An indicator field to show whether it is an export failure

·Is Import Failed?: An indicator field to show whether it is an import failure

·Is Failed?: An indicator field to show whether it is concerned that the error is permanent (e.g., file not found on exporting an item)

·Item Routing Error Count: The current error count for the item

·Error Text: The error which was reported to Archive Shuttle from the underlying module, or from Exchange/Enterprise Vault

·Last Date Time UTC: The last date/time where this was reported by Archive Shuttle

·In FTP: An indicator to show whether the item was uploaded to the Quadrotech FTP Server.

·Download Link: A hyperlink to the failed item.

The Failed Items page also allows an administrator to submit failed items for reprocessing. This is achieved by selecting one or more items and selecting the button on the Actions Bar. It is also possible to reprocess all failed items. When reprocessing is selected, this will have the effect of resubmitting the item to the appropriate module. For example, if the issue is that the item could not be exported, then that item will be resubmitted to the export module. Likewise, if the issue is that the item could not be ingested into Office 365, then the item will be resubmitted to the Office 365 module.

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NOTES:

·Reprocessing failed items will reset the Item Routing Error Count for those items.

·As of Archive Shuttle 9.5, FTP settings (URL, username, password) are no longer hardcoded for the ExportFailedItemsToFTP command and use the settings from System Configuration.

·As of Archive Shuttle 10.4, there is also the ability to permanently fail permanently fail certain export or import failures to other sources after the first attempt.

This action of reprocessing failed items can take a few minutes before the appropriate modules receive the command, perform the action, and feedback the results.

An additional option on the Failed Items screen is to ‘Move Selected Items’. This is specifically for the situations where items have failed to be imported to the target, and never can be. By selecting one of more of these items, they can be moved from the Staging Area to a different area specified on the target link (via an option on the Links Page).

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NOTE: Permanently failed items might include items which are too large to be ingested into the target (e.g., in an EV to Exchange migration where message size limits are in place).

In the case of a missing setting for an operation, a notification will be shown

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