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Wayne Humphrey | 14 Dec 2009 | 0 comments

To combibe all the SISParts and stuff you can use the following hta script to use the ECM APT to do :

Save it as get_item.hta

<html>
<title>Extract Item</title>
<head>
 <HTA:APPLICATION 
    ID="objMyApp" 
    APPLICATIONNAME="Extract Item" 
    BORDER="thin"
    BORDERSTYLE="normal"
    CAPTION="yes"
    CONTEXTMENU="no"
    INNERBORDER="no"
    MAXAMIZEBUTTON="yes"
    MINIMIZEBUTTON="yes"
    NAVIGABLE="yes"
    SCROLL="no" 
    SELECTION="yes"
    SHOWINTASKBAR="yes"
    SINGLEINSTANCE="no"
    SYSMENU="yes"
    VERSION="1.0"
    WINDOWSTATE="normal">
</head>
 
<script language="VBScript">
On Error Resume Next
Dim ContentManagementAPI
Set ContentManagementAPI = CreateObject("EnterpriseVault.ContentManagementAPI")
 
'...
Wayne Humphrey | 06 Dec 2009 | 0 comments

In the EV Outlook Client trace you very often see the Connection Status listed as a number.. well, what does the number mean ?

0 = Unknown connection.  You sometimes see that near the start of a client trace.
1 = Online
2 = Offline
3 = No Exchange
4 = Disconnected
5 = Cached Mode, Offline
6 = Cached Mode, Disconnected
7 = Cached Connected, headers only
8 = Cached Connected, Full items
9 = Cached Connected, “Drizzle Mode”
 
These are of course the Outlook to Exchange connection states, and the EV Outlook Add-in often needs to know what state things are in so that various operations can be performed (or not as the case may be).
Darren Locke | 03 Nov 2009 | 1 comment

We are repeating the FSA with Mac webinar we did last month on Thursday this week, 2PM EST, 11AM PST. Anyone who is interested in file archiving and using a Mac to access the archived content should attend. Registration is here:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/631882339

Further details of the issues Mac systems can cause with FSA along with the solution can be found in my blog entry here:

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/blogs/usin...

Darren

Darren Locke | 28 Sep 2009 | 1 comment

Two weeks ago I introduced you to how Enteprise Vault File System Archiving can now be used with Mac systems:

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/blogs/usin...

This is through our partnership with GroupLogic and their Archive Connect product. Together we are inviting you to a webinar detailing the combined solution. We'll go in to details and show you the problem of using Mac systems with FSA. We'll then go through Archive Connect and a demonstration of how it solves the underlying issues. The webinar will be held at 11AM EDT / 8AM PDT on Wednesday 7th October. Please go to this link to register:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/564428771

Additonal webinars...

Wayne Humphrey | 16 Jun 2009 | 0 comments

I always get asked about MSMQ, here is a short note on things to look at if you have MSMQ issue's, even if you don't have issues you can always benefit from tweaking MSMQ and enhance Enterprise Vault’s performance.

Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ)

The root cause I believe lies in the way MSMQ stores messages. In the Storage directory (normally under windows\system32\msmq) will be a number of 4MB files that will contain the messages. Each file can contain as many messages as will fit which works quite well to start with. If a message cannot fit into one storage file, though, because it is too big for the remaining free space then a fresh file is created. There can only be as many storage files as would fit within the storage quota and when this limit is reached then no more storage files can be created. For example from windows 2003 SP2, a 2GB quota could accommodate 500 4MB storage files. In older versions Microsoft used to have an 8GB quota...