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Migrator for Notes to SharePoint 6.14 - User Guide

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Console
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Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Designer Migration jobs

Group Mapping tab

The information on this tab is used only when group mapping is performed on the client. If the mapping is to be performed remotely by the Import Service, the group mapping settings defined on the Migrator for Notes to SharePoint configuration page of the SharePoint Server will be used.

In addition to the User Mappings, there are several options for mapping Notes Group names to Domain group names (typically Active Directory group names) for use in SharePoint. This translation may occur in several scenarios:

As with the User Mapping function, Migrator for Notes to SharePoint gives you several choices as to how the mapping occurs. Each of the options shown here work exactly like the corresponding User Mapping options.

Link Tracking tab

The Link Tracking Service allows Notes DocLinks to be migrated as dynamic links instead of direct links. As you click dynamic links, they are automatically redirected to the current location of the target document, regardless if it has been migrated or not.

To enable link tracking, select the Enable the Quest Link Tracking Service check box. You can also perform the Link Tracking Finalizer/Updater operations from the Console rather than from the Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Services configuration page.

The following Link Tracking settings are now available:

Server – The SQL Server instance that contains the Link Tracking database.
Database – The SQL Server name for the Link Tracking database.
Execution time-out – The maximum time in seconds the Link Tracking Service is allowed to run. The default value is 30. For no time limit, set it to 0.
Authentication – The credentials that the client should use when accessing the Link Tracking database. This can be your Window’s account, a different user’s Window’s account, or your SQL Server login.
Test Connection - Click on this button to verify your settings.
Use default Redirector URL– Link Tracking for SharePoint migrations will use the default redirector page.
User Defined Redirection URL – This option allows you to define your own user defined redirection URLs if you want the redirection to be handled in some other way.

Publish Status tab

Select the Enable publishing migration status to SharePoint check box to record the migration progress to a SharePoint list.

 

Type

Allows you to select a SharePoint site which will publish the report list:

SharePoint servers using Quest Import Service - Use this option for migrations to a remote SharePoint server that is running the Quest Import Service.
SharePoint web services (Classic Mode Authentication) - Use this option for migrations to a remote SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 or 2019 server using Microsoft Web Services rather than the Quest Import Service.
SharePoint web services (Office 365 Authentication) - Use this option to migrate to Office 365 SharePoint sites using Microsoft's Windows Identity Foundation. Microsoft's Windows Identity Foundation must be installed on the client in order to use the Office 365 Authentication environment type.

Site Url

Allows to enter the SharePoint site URL

List name

Allows you to enter the name of a report list to record the full migration progress. The report list includes:

List name (Brief info)

Allows you to enter the name of a report list to record a summary of the migration progress.

Credential

Allows you to enter your SharePoint user name and password.

If you are using single sign-on and want to use Windows authentication in Migrator for Notes to SharePoint to be able to authenticate with Office 365, select the Use Windows authentication radio button.

Update migration status every X minutes

Allows you to enter an interval to update the migration report.

Notification tab

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint can be configured to send a notification email after the migration jobs have been executed. The notification email includes the following information:

Job: Job name.
Status: The job status after migration.
Documents Read: The number of documents read during the migration.
Documents Written: The number of documents written during the migration.
Error: The number of errors occurred during the migration.
Warning: The number of warnings occurred during the migration.

To send the notification email, select the check box Send email after migration has finished first, and then fill in the fields on this tab for the mail settings and recipients.

Once you complete the mail settings, you can send a notification email for test. To do so, click Test, then fill in the Recipient field with one or more email addresses (separated by semicolon) to receive the test email, and click Send Now.

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