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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

Import database records

The Import Database Records tool reads records from a CSV file and updates values in certain Quest Repository database records. The tool is available only on the main Migrator for Notes to SharePoint node.

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From the Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Console, right-click Migrator for Notes to SharePoint, then select Import Database Records.

This tool can be used to update existing records, or add new ones. There are several methods that you can choose from for associating an input record with existing database records:

Depending on what options are selected, you can map additional fields. If you have not done this, a warning message appear sand the OK button is disabled.

When setting values, the related "Locked" flag is set.

Log file entries clearly indicate which databases were updated, added or not found.

Currently, the following database properties are available for mapping:

Notes databases

The Notes Databases Console Tree node allows you to view and act upon all the Notes databases that were identified during the Database Discovery process. The nodes below this node provide different filters of the databases.

Table 12. Notes databases

All Databases And Templates

Select this node to view all databases and templates in the center pane.

All Databases

Select this node to view the list of all databases in the center pane

Unique Replicas

Select this node to view just the unique database replicas in the center pane. In cases where you have multiple replicas of the same database (that is, they have the same Replica ID) only one representative of the database will appear in the view. The ordering of databases in your Preferred Server list will determine which replica is selected.

By Disposition

This tree node allows you to navigate the databases by the database dispositions as defined in the Migration Status tab of the database properties. In cases where you have multiple replicas of the same database (that is, they have the same Replica ID) only one representative of the database will appear in the view. The ordering of databases in your Preferred Server list will determine which replica is selected.

By Server

This tree node allows you to navigate the databases by the known servers hierarchically

By Technical Class

This tree node allows you to navigate the databases by their technical classes. In cases where you have multiple replicas of the same database (that is, they have the same Replica ID) only one representative of the database will appear in the view. The ordering of databases in your Preferred Server list will determine which replica is selected.

By Business Class

This tree node allows you to navigate the databases by their business classes as defined in the Classification tab of the database properties. In cases where you have multiple replicas of the same database (that is, they have the same Replica ID) only one representative of the database will appear in the view. The ordering of databases in your Preferred Server list will determine which replica is selected.

Notes Templates

This tree node allows you to view all the templates.

Custom Views

This tree node allows you to create your own views of the databases. For more information, see Custom views.

Select a Database in the Results View and in the context menu or in the Action Pane is a list of database actions that can be selected.

Database actions

Actions - All Databases

The actions listed under the ‘All Databases’ header are actions that are performed on all of the databases in the Results View.

Actions - Selected Item

The actions listed under the database name header are actions that are performed on the selected databases in the Results View. The header name will change according to which databases is selected in the Results View.

When performing certain actions for a database that has child databases under it, you will be asked if would you also like to perform the action on the child databases. If you answer:

Yes: The action will be performed on the selected database and all of its child databases.
No: The action will be performed on just the selected database.
Cancel: The action will not be performed at all.

View

This action brings up several submenu items that allow you to customize the Results View. Properties such as column selection, column ordering and sorting are defined using the View menu item.

Table 14. View

Add/Remove Columns

Select the submenu item Add/Remove Columns to change the view’s column selection as well as to reorder and sort the columns.

Toggle Grid Lines

Select this menu item to show grid lines in the result view. If the grid lines are already displayed, select this menu item to hide them.

Refresh

Refreshes the data displayed in the console from the data that is stored in the Repository. When you make a change in one dialog box and save it, the data is saved to the Repository but some of the views in the console might not reflect the change. Executing a Refresh will update the views with the new data as well as run the Classification process.

Customize

This submenu item allows you to show or hide items in the Console dialog box.

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