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  1. #1
    gvincent Guest

    Default Data OX Himalaya to OX Hyperion ?

    Hi,

    I have actually a server OX Himalya 0.8.6 on production with 100 users.
    How I can get the data of Himalaya to put on Hyperion ?

    A scripts exists ?

    Where I can find the structure of table Hyperion ?

    Thanks to advance

  2. #2
    gvincent Guest

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    You havn't idea ?
    I try to down the database hymalaya to hyperion but the structure of table have change.

  3. #3
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    Hi,

    copying data from A to B will not work, like you mentioned because there were severe database structure and logical changes. We're currently evaluating different types of migrations. For some modules (like contacts) a migration is relatively simple by reading ldap and using HTTP API to insert - there was a posting how to do it somewhere at the forum. Some clever guy already posted a script to migrate users and E-Mail: http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...itle=SLOX_2_EE

    greetings

  4. #4
    Raphael Guest

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    hi,
    any news or suggestions on how to migrate documents?


    Thanks
    Raphael

  5. #5
    Raphael Guest

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    can you tell where and how the documents can be accessed on the filesystem?

  6. #6
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    Hi,

    documents consist of two components: metadata and raw data.
    The metadata (filename, comments, size, position at the filestore etc.) is stored at the database, the raw data is stored at the hard drive for example at /var/opt/filestore. Accessing the raw data won't give you any metadata, it's always required to get information from the database and then accessing the raw data.

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