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Migrator for Notes to SharePoint 6.15 - 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 Appendix: Reference information

Provision planned sites

To perform the actual site provisioning of sites and subsites, select the site node that you want to start from and select the Provision Planned Sites action. Upon selecting the action to provision the site, the Subsite Provisioning Task dialog box is displayed.

This dialog box gives you the details of the sites that will be provisioned and the options that you chose for the sites. You have the option to provision the planned child subsites by checking the Provision all Child Subsites check box.

You also have the option to run this action in the background as a task. To do this, select the Run task in background check box. Once the provisioning process begins, status information is displayed in the progress bar. You can also view the detailed status of the provisioning job by viewing the corresponding task record in the Tasks view. Open the task to view the results of the process as well as any errors or warnings. For more information, see Task history.

If deselected, this action will run in the foreground with the task properties dialog box displaying progress, status and logs.

Databases targeting this site

For a site that has one or more databases targeting it, the following database actions are available from the Databases targeting this site menu item:

Scheduled tasks

All scheduled tasks are listed under the Scheduled Tasks node. You can see these information for each one:.

Table 47. Scheduled tasks

Name

Indicates the name of the scheduled task.

Database(s)

Indicates the names of the databases to be analyzed.

Status

The task status can be Ready, Running, Succeeded, Failed, Suspended or Cancelled.

Next Run Time

Indicates the time when the task will run next time.

Last Run Time

Indicates the time when the task ran next time.

Type

The task type can be analysis or migration.

Jobs

Indicates the number of the databases to be analyzed in the task.

Records

Indicates the number of the records that has been logged in the last run.

Errors

Indicates the number of the errors found in the last run.

Warnings

Indicates the number of the warnings found in the last run.

You can perform the following procedures for scheduled tasks:

Creating a scheduled task

You can create a scheduled analysis task from the Analyze databases window, or a scheduled migration task from the Migrate to SharePoint window.

1
In the NMSP console, under the All Databases node, right click on one or multiple databases, and select Analyze Databases....
2
In the Analyze Databases window, click the radio button Create a scheduled task, and click OK.
3
In the New Schedule Analyze Task window, enter a Task Name, and set a Start Time and a Stop Time (optional) for the task.
4
Click Analyze Parameters to decide which types of scans to be run for the task. For information on the various scans, see Table 16.
5
In the NMSP console, click on the Scheduled Tasks node, and notice that the new scheduled task is displayed in the list on the right.

To create a scheduled migration task

2
In the Migrate to SharePoint window, click the radio button Create a scheduled task.
The New Scheduled Task window opens.
3
Enter a Task Name, set a Start Time and a Stop Time (optional) for the task, and click OK.
NOTE: The task will be stopped if it is still running at the stop time you set, and enter the status Suspended. To resume the task, right click the task in the Scheduled tasks list, and select Continue.
4
In the NMSP console, click on the Scheduled Tasks node, and notice that the new scheduled task is displayed in the list on the right.
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