Lieutenant Commander
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Easiest way to get the DMS data size?

Is there a simple way to get the size of the DMS library (or libraries) on a GW 2014 R2 server?

Eventually a breakdown per user?

 

Thanks


Daniel

 

 

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I don't know if you have seen the following lines. Maybe you find some more information (and especially the apps) in www. If you are not successful come back to me.

(I am not sure if these utilities still work because they are pretty old!)

TITLE: GroupWise 5.5 Document Management Utilities
TID #: 2956930
README FOR: gw55dutl.exe

NOVELL PRODUCTS and VERSIONS:
Document Management - GW55

ABSTRACT:

GroupWise 5.5 Document Management Utilities

This file contains the following stand alone document management utilities:

GroupWise Document Report Writer (GWDOCREP.EXE)
GroupWise Document Exporter (GWDOCEXP.EXE)
GroupWise Document Check Out / Check In (GWDOCCHK.EXE)
GroupWise Document Filename Processor (GWDOCNAM.EXE)

Diethmar Rimser
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Did you try mass document operations? Although I do not think that any operation job will deliver what you want.

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One more idea, @Dan_10 

Attend this session: https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Team-Collaboration-and-Endpoint/3rd-Party-Webinar-Migrating-Documents-in-GroupWise-Document/ba-p/2844168/jump-to/first-unread-message

NETCB has a lot of experience around DMS. Maybe they can answer your question during the session!

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Lieutenant Commander
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@Rimser Thanks for the pointer Diethmar.

I was not aware of that webinar.

On the other hand, I just need to export the document structure and files to a file server.

So far, I only found tools that export the documents as email message attachments. Most DMS attributes get lost. 

Daniel

 

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It is just an idea to get in touch with some DMS specialists 😉

On the other hand I have mentioned those really old utilities which include an "export" feature ...

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Lieutenant Commander
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Thanks.
I can't find those tools anymore. The download page is 404.
Would that tools anyway work on 2014 R2?
Daniel

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I did not test it with GW2014R2.

However these utilities need direct access to the file system if I remember ...

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