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Migrator for Notes to SharePoint 6.14 - User Guide

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Console
Overview Console configuration using the setup wizard Advanced configuration options Database discovery QuickPlace/Quickr discovery Domino.Doc discovery Discover directory entries Import database records Notes databases Applications Classification Rules Classification Rule Properties SharePoint Targets Scheduled tasks Reports Task history Link Analyzer/Updater/Finalizer License
Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Designer Migration jobs

Custom views

In addition to the standard database views that are provided, users can design their own.

All custom views appear under the Custom Views scope node under the Notes Databases node. The Custom View node has actions to add, edit or delete custom views.

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From the Actions Pane, select Create new custom view.
Table 24. Custom View

View Title

The name of the custom view

View Scope

The database scope node that the custom view will be based on. The custom view will be a filter of this scope node’s result set.

Filters

Select one or more check boxes for the data types you want to filter the result set on. The data type button on the right of the check box will be enabled. Select the button to specify the filter. Check one or more of the check boxes that correlate to the data you want displayed in your view. You can deselect a check box by selecting it again.

Other view properties such as column selection, column ordering and sorting are defined using the View menu item of the Actions pane. Select the submenu item Add/Remove Columns to change the view’s column selection as well as to reorder the columns. The Sort By menu items allow you to change the field that the view is sorted on.

Properties

This action opens the Database Properties. This is where you can view collected information and manage migration decisions for the selected database. Migration jobs can be defined and run from here is well.

General Tab

General information about the current database. This information is automatically filled in during the Database Discovery process.

Table 25. General tab

Title

name of database

Categories

Name of the database’s category in the Database Catalog. This can be used in classification rules to assign the database to a business or technical class

Server

Server that the database resides on

Path

Location on the server for the database

Replica ID

A globally unique identifier shared by all replicas of the same database

Other Replicas of this database

Listing of other databases that are replicas of the current database. It includes the server name, path and last date modified

Database is a Design Template

check box that indicates if this database is being used as a design template for other databases

Template name

Name of the database template

Database is based on a Design Template

check box that indicates if this database uses another database as its design template.

Template name

Name of the template that the database is based on

Database is a Mail-in Database

check box that indicates if this database is a Mail-in database. This property is set when the Discover directory entries process is run.

Name

Mail Name if the database is a Mail-in database

If this is a QuickPlace or Quickr database, the QuickPlace or Quickr tab will be visible. This is where you set QuickPlace or Quickr specific options.

Select Provision Navigation Links to QuickLaunch Area if you would like to recreate the QuickPlace/Quickr room menu in the SharePoint QuickLaunch during migration. You can choose to append to the existing QuickLaunch menu at the top or bottom of the menu or to completely replace the menu. The Replace list option will delete the current QuickLaunch menu and replace it with the QuickPlace/Quickr room menu being migrated. The At the top of the list and At the bottom of the list options will delete and then add the links that contain the same names as those in the migration. This will prevent duplicate menu items.

Classification tab

Technical Classification

Class: The technical classification of the given database. This is automatically populated by the Classification Rules engine. You can change this value manually by selecting a different class in the dropdown list box. To keep this manual change from being over-ridden in future design scans, select the Locked check box. If you do not see the class you want to assign this database to, you can define a technical class using the Classification Rules node. For more information, see Notes databases.

Business Classification

Class: The business classification of the given database. This is automatically populated by the Classification Rules engine. You can change this value manually by selecting a different class in the dropdown list box. To keep this manual change from being over-ridden in future design scans, select the Locked check box. If you do not see the class you want to assign this database to, you can define a business class using the Classification Rules node. For more information, see Notes databases.
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