4.2 - Source Connections

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The “Source Connections” pane is located at the left side of the main screen, and is designed to display the added source connections along with the content hierarchy. Proventeq Migration Accelerator supports a wide variety of sources, please select from the options below to view details on adding connections.

 

Meridio Source

The following table lists the operations that are available in corresponding “Source connections” group present on ribbon when configuring a Meridio Source migration.

 

Add Meridio

Adds a new Meridio Source Connection

Edit Connection

Edits configuration of selected source connection

Refresh Connection

Refreshes the content tree view for selected connection

 

Add Meridio Source Connection

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The Add Meridio icon Add_Meridio_Source_Connection.png , located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to Meridio. User can browse Fileplan and select different Folders. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

The following fields need to be configured for a Meridio connection:

 

  • Name: Name of connection, to uniquely identify the connection within the workspace.
  • Server Name: Name of the database instance hosting the Meridio database. Proventeq Migration Accelerator staging database and Meridio database should be hosted on the same SQL Server instance. e.g. DBServer\Instance.
  • Use Integrated Security: Checked the checked box to use the Integrated Security.
  • User Name: User name for connecting to the Meridio database. The user should be an Administrator for this database.
  • Password: Password for the user name used above
  • Database Name: Database Name of the Meridio installation.
  • File Location: Full path to the folder storing the Meridio files.

 

User can check source and target collection sites by expanding them along with contents in Source and Target pane area as part of migration though it is not a mandatory step.

User can then either Edit Connection or Refresh Connection but these steps are not mandatory.

 

 

Fileshare Source

“Source Connections” pane is located at the left side of the main screen, and is designed to display the added source connections along with the content hierarchy.

 

The following table lists the operations that are available in corresponding “Source connections” group present on ribbon.

Add File Share Connection

Adds a new File Share Source Connection

Edit Connection

Edits configuration of selected source connection

Refresh Connection

Refreshes the content tree view for selected connection

 

Add File Share Connection

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Adding File share mapped drive/network drive

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The Add File Share icon fileshare-icon.png, located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to a file share. User can browse and select Folder or a Drive using the folder selection dialog. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

The user needs to input a unique friendly name for the File Share Connection.

Click on "Verify Connection" button to verify that the source system added is authenticated and validated for accessibility. Click on “Add” button to add the source connection.

Note: When migrating from network file shares, it is recommended that the UNC path is mapped as a drive on the local machine before adding it as a source connection.

User can then either edit Connection or refresh connection but these steps are not mandatory.

While adding mapped/network user will not find the mapped/network drive in source connection, user needs to follow below steps to configure it.

 

How to configure UNC path to enable mapped/network drive connection:

Steps to configure registry to enable Mapped/Network drive connection

  1. Open the “Run” prompt on windows (“Windows key + r” combination)
  2. In the Run line, enter “regedit” to open windows registry
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  3. Click “OK”

  4. User is presented with User Account Control (Windows Vista/7/8.x/10) window to make changes to machine configuration

  5. Click on “Yes”

  6. Regedit is a two-pane interface with keys in the left pane (key pane) and value names with the corresponding data in the right pane (value pane).

    Locate the path in Key pane HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Policies/System

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  7. Right Click on Value Pane and Click on DWORD (32-bit) Value

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  8. Rename “New Value #1” to “EnableLinkedConnections”

  9. Double click on EnableLinkedConnections

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    Value Data: 1
    Base: Hexadecimal

  10. Exit from Registry Editor by pressing Alt + F4 key

  11. Restart Computer

 

 

Oracle UCM Source

“Source Connections” pane is located at the left side of the main screen, and is designed to display the added source connections along with the content hierarchy.

 

The following table lists the operations that are available in corresponding “Source connections” group present on ribbon.

 

Add Oracle UCM Connection

Adds a new Oracle UCM Source Connection

Edit Connection

Edits configuration of selected source connection

Refresh Connection

Refreshes the content tree view for selected connection

 

Add Oracle UCM Connection

 

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The Add Oracle UCM icon source-oracle-ucm.png , located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to a Oracle UCM server. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

 

The following fields need to be configured for an Oracle UCM connection:

  • Name: Name of connection, to uniquely identify the connection within the workspace.
  • Server URL: URL of the Oracle UCM source system. The URL should end with /idcplg
  • User Name: User name for connecting to Oracle UCM server. The user should be an Administrator.
  • Password: Password for the user.
  • Use Oracle UCM profiles checkbox: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the UCM profiles as the default content types for mapping. This should only be used if the UCM Server version supports profile, and profiles are being used.
  • Use Content Database: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the Database Discovery.
  • Host Server: Where the Database is located. E.g. 192.168.1.23
  • Port : Name of Port E.g. 1521
  • Service Name : Name of Oracle Service name E.g. orcl
  • User Name : User name for connecting to Oracle database E.g. Administrator
  • Password : Oracle Database password for the for the User

 

Click on the "Test Connection" button to verify that the details entered are correct. Click on the “Add” button to add the Oracle UCM connection.

Oracle UCM connection with SQL database

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The Add Oracle UCM icon source-oracle-ucm.png , located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to a Oracle UCM server. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

The following fields need to be configured for an Oracle UCM connection:

  • Name: Name of connection, to uniquely identify the connection within the workspace.
  • Server URL: URL of the Oracle UCM source system. The URL should end with /idcplg
  • User Name: User name for connecting to Oracle UCM server. The user should be an Administrator.
  • Password: Password for the user.
  • Use Oracle UCM profiles checkbox: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the UCM profiles as the default content types for mapping. This should only be used if the UCM Server version supports profile, and profiles are being used.
  • Use Content Database: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the Database Discovery.
  • Server Name: Where the Database is located. E.g. 192.168.1.23
  • Database name : Name of Port E.g. 1521
  • Use Integrated Security :
  • User Name : User name for connecting to Oracle database E.g. Administrator
  • Password : Oracle Database password for the for the User

 

User can check source and target collection sites by expanding them along with contents in Source and Target pane area as part of migration though it is not a mandatory step.

 

User can then either Edit Connection or Refresh Connection but these steps are not mandatory.

Documentum Source

“Source Connections” pane is located at the left side of the main screen, and is designed to display the added source connections along with the content hierarchy.

 

The following table lists the operations that are available in corresponding “Source connections” group present on ribbon.

 

Add Oracle UCM Connection

Adds a new Oracle UCM Source Connection

Edit Connection

Edits configuration of selected source connection

Refresh Connection

Refreshes the content tree view for selected connection

 

Add Oracle UCM Connection

 

FIGURE_14_-_ADD_ORACLE_UCM_CONNECTION_WITH_ORACLE_DATABASE.png

The Add Oracle UCM icon source-oracle-ucm.png , located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to a Oracle UCM server. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

 

The following fields need to be configured for an Oracle UCM connection:

  • Name: Name of connection, to uniquely identify the connection within the workspace.
  • Server URL: URL of the Oracle UCM source system. The URL should end with /idcplg
  • User Name: User name for connecting to Oracle UCM server. The user should be an Administrator.
  • Password: Password for the user.
  • Use Oracle UCM profiles checkbox: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the UCM profiles as the default content types for mapping. This should only be used if the UCM Server version supports profile, and profiles are being used.
  • Use Content Database: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the Database Discovery.
  • Host Server: Where the Database is located. E.g. 192.168.1.23
  • Port : Name of Port E.g. 1521
  • Service Name : Name of Oracle Service name E.g. orcl
  • User Name : User name for connecting to Oracle database E.g. Administrator
  • Password : Oracle Database password for the for the User

 

Click on the "Test Connection" button to verify that the details entered are correct. Click on the “Add” button to add the Oracle UCM connection.

Oracle UCM connection with SQL database

FIGURE_15_-_ADD_ORACLE_UCM_CONNECTION_WITH_SQL_DATABASE.png

The Add Oracle UCM icon source-oracle-ucm.png , located in the Source Connections group of ribbon allows the user to create a source connection pointing to a Oracle UCM server. The source connection can then be used to create migration task(s).

The following fields need to be configured for an Oracle UCM connection:

  • Name: Name of connection, to uniquely identify the connection within the workspace.
  • Server URL: URL of the Oracle UCM source system. The URL should end with /idcplg
  • User Name: User name for connecting to Oracle UCM server. The user should be an Administrator.
  • Password: Password for the user.
  • Use Oracle UCM profiles checkbox: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the UCM profiles as the default content types for mapping. This should only be used if the UCM Server version supports profile, and profiles are being used.
  • Use Content Database: Selecting this checkbox will make use of the Database Discovery.
  • Server Name: Where the Database is located. E.g. 192.168.1.23
  • Database name : Name of Port E.g. 1521
  • Use Integrated Security :
  • User Name : User name for connecting to Oracle database E.g. Administrator
  • Password : Oracle Database password for the for the User

 

User can check source and target collection sites by expanding them along with contents in Source and Target pane area as part of migration though it is not a mandatory step.

 

User can then either Edit Connection or Refresh Connection but these steps are not mandatory.

 

 

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