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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

QuickPlace/Quickr source data definition file format

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint QuickPlace/Quickr mode stores Source Data Definitions as simple XML files (with a default extension of .QPSRC). You can edit these files using XML editors and even plain text editors. In addition, you can easily distribute them to other users.

By default, Data Definitions live in the DataDefinitions sub directory of your Migrator for Notes to SharePoint program directory, but you can change this location if you want to. See Customizing global options for more details.

Here is an example of a Source Data Definition file:

Domino.Doc data definition file format

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint Domino.Doc mode stores Source Data Definitions as simple XML files (with a default extension of .DDSRC). You can edit these files using XML editors and even plain text editors. In addition, you can easily distribute them to other users.

By default, Data Definitions live in the DataDefinitions sub directory of your Migrator for Notes to SharePoint program directory, but you can change this location if you want to. See Customizing global options for more details.

Here is an example of a Source Data Definition file:

Target data definition file format

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint stores Target Data Definitions as simple XML files (with a default extension of .PMTRG). You can edit these files using XML editors and even plain text editors. In addition, you can easily distribute them to other users.

By default, Data Definitions live in the DataDefinitions sub directory of your Migrator for Notes to SharePoint program directory, but you can change this location if you want to. See Customizing global options for more details.

Here is an example of a Target Data Definition file:

Job definition file format

Migrator for Notes to SharePoint stores Job Definitions as simple XML files (with a default extension of .PMJOB .QPJOB or .DDJOB). You can edit these files using XML editors and even plain text editors. In addition, you can easily distribute them to other users.

By default, Job definitions live in the Data Definitions sub directory of your Migrator for Notes to SharePoint program directory, but you can change this location if you want to. See Customizing global options for more details.

Here is an example of a Job Definition file. Notice that Job Definitions contain complete Source Data Definitions and Target Data Definitions:

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