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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

Auto Triage tab

Databases that qualify to be members of the given class can have their migration status information automatically set using the information defined in this tab. To do this, you must run the Apply class rules action for the databases once this tab is filled out.

Table 40. Auto Triage tab

Automatically set Database Owner

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, it will automatically be assigned the given database owner. To automatically assign a database owner, select the check box and select the database owner in the dropdown list box.

Automatically set Business Owner

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, it will automatically be assigned the given business owner. To automatically assign a business owner, select the check box and select the business owner in the dropdown list box.

Automatically set Analysis Priority

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, it will automatically be assigned the given analysis priority number. To automatically assign analysis priority, select the check box and enter the priority number in the field to the right and select the user responsible for the analysis in the Assign to dropdown list box.

Automatically set Migration Priority

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, it will automatically be assigned the given migration priority number. To automatically assign migration priority, select the check box and enter the priority number in the field to the right and select the user responsible for the migration in the Assign to dropdown list box.

Automatically assign Design Complexity

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, it will automatically be assigned the given design complexity number. To automatically assign complexity, select the check box and enter the complexity number in the field to the right. This is a number between 1 and 5, 5 being the most complex

Automatically set Disposition

Indicates that if a database is assigned this class, its disposition will automatically be set to the disposition that is selected in the disposition dropdown list box. To automatically assign disposition, select the check box and select the desired disposition from the dropdown list box to the right. The disposition indicates what you want to do with the database in the migration process (for example, 'Migrate to standard SharePoint targets' or 'End-of-life').

Assign Effort tab

Databases that qualify to be members of the given class can have their migration effort automatically set using the information defined in this tab. To do this, you must run the Apply class rules action for the databases once this tab is filled out.

Automatically assign effort estimates

If checked, the effort estimates in the below fields will be assigned to the databases of this class.

Estimates do not include effort tracked in template or similar database

If checked, the numbers entered below should not reflect the analysis, development and testing effort that is expected for the original database template (the reference database on the Class Template tab).

Analysis work

Enter a number that represents the analysis work effort.

Development of new targets

Enter a number that represents the development of new targets effort.

Development of new migration jobs

Enter a number that represents the development and content migration effort.

Provisioning and content migration

Enter a number that represents the provisioning and content migration effort

Testing and verification

Enter a number that represents the testing and verification effort.

Totals

Estimated total

Auto Target tab

Databases that qualify to be members of the given class can have their migration targets automatically set using the information defined in this tab. To do this, you must run the Apply class rules action for the databases once this tab is filled out.

Table 42. Auto Target Tab

Enable automatic Target Identification for databases of this class

If checked, enter the migration target in the Base Site Url field.

Create new site for each database

If checked, select the Option button to the right in order to define the site creation options.

Assign targets for every child application

If checked, Migrator for Notes to SharePoint assigns a target to all children without generating a subsite.

Create new subsite for every child application

If checked, select the Options button to the right in order to define the subsite creation options. Note that this only applies to databases that have been identified as part of an application hierarchy using the Discover QuickPlace/Quickr Organization or Discover Domino.Doc Organization processes.

Provision Navigation Links (QuickPlace/Quickr only)

Check this 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.

Site creation options

Parent Site

Base Site Url from previous dialog box

Relative Url

Relative Url for new site/subsite. You can use the variables listed at the bottom of the dialog box to create a dynamic url. For example, if you use “{7}” in this field it will be substituted with the actual Application Name for each database you are assigning targets to. For more information, see Variable substitution rules.

New Site Url

The name of the new site will be displayed in this field taking into account the variables used in the Relative Url field.

Title

Title of the new site. You can use the variables listed at the bottom of the dialog box to create a title. For example, if you use “{0}” in this field it will be substituted with the actual Database Title for each database you are assigning targets to. For more information, see Variable substitution rules.

Site Description

Description of the new site.You can use the variables listed at the bottom of the dialog box to create a description. For example, if you use “{4}” in this field it will be substituted with the actual Technical Class for each database you are assigning targets to. For more information, see Variable substitution rules.

Site Template

SharePoint template to be used during the creation of the new site.

Inherit Parent Toolbar

If checked the new site will have the same toolbar as the parent site.

Inherit Parent Permissions

If checked the new site will have the same permissions as the parent site.

Additional Administrators

This button opens the Additional Administrators dialog box. Add users that you want defined as Administrators of the new SharePoint site. If none are added, only the user who runs the migration job will be defined as an administrator.

At the bottom of the dialog box is a list of variables that can be used in any of the above text boxes. These are valid substitutions that will be used during site creation to dynamically create urls and site names.

When SharePoint site or subsite Urls are built using this substitution, it is possible that the source text of the substitution may not conform to the restrictions required of a SharePoint site Url. If the Url does not conform to SharePoint site Url naming restrictions, then the site will not provision completely and the migration cannot succeed. To avoid this, Migrator for Notes to SharePoint modifies the site Urls to conform to the SharePoint site Url naming limitations. When a SharePoint Site Url is computed by Migrator for Notes to SharePoint, it will be modified according to the following rules in order to produce a legal site Url:

For information on the replacement for the illegal characters in documents and folder names as well as SharePoint page titles, see “Configure Character Replacement List” on page 14.

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