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FAQ for the IPM 10g Migration Utility (Doc ID 1384547.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Imaging and Process Management - Version 10.1.3.6 to 10.1.3.6 [Release 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to outline questions with respect to using the IPM 10g migration tool.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Where can I find the migration utility?
 Can the migration tool be used with products prior to 10.1.3.6?
 Does the migration support all annotation types?
 What are the xml files for?
 Can COLD-SQL or Index-Archive based applications be migrated?
 Why are my documents all being converted to tiff format?
 What database tables are created when this utility is installed?
 Will this service appear in the IPM Service Manager?
 How can the logs be viewed?
 Will the Migration client show up as a tool within the IPM Production client?
 Why am I getting "The filename is invalid. A filename must have a file extension, cannot be empty or null, and cannot include any path information" when filing the input file in WebCenter Content: Imaging (11g)?
 Why am I getting "The input value could not be converted to a date. It does not conform to a short, medium or long date format for the current locale."?
 Does the Migration Client need to be running all the time?
 How can I get the applications to process in a certain order?
 Is there a way to turn on database tracing for the Migration client?
 How can I determine where my Migration logs are located?
 Do I need to keep the Migration client running all the time?
 How can I set logging on a machine that does not contain GenCfg?
 What is Verify?
 How do I determine why errors are happening?
 Does the Migration Tool work with 64-bit operating systems?
 How do I determine the version of the IPM Migration Utility I am using?
 Can the Migration Tool be configured to export metadata only?
 Does the Migration Tool understand document versioning?
 Can temp files be removed after a migration is complete?
 How do the worker threads in the Migration tool work?
 Can multiple Migration client and services be used?
 If more than one client is running in parallel for a single application, is there any chance of collision or thread thrashing?
 What do the Migration tables State and Status values mean and what does each Migration table hold?
 What is the overall flow of the migration process with regard to the Migration Service?
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