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HCP Metadata Query Tool

Query HCP for objects based on operations (create, delete, ...)

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'HCP Metadata Query Tool' is a GUI-based application that allows to run queries against HCP's Metadata Query Engine. It is restricted to operation-based queries, which reflect the creation and deletion of objects within HCP. It generates a list of objects within HCP as a whole, for a single Tenant, some Namespaces or even subdirectories whithin a Namespace.

Result is a file in CSV-format or a SQlite3 database file for easier analysis.

Additionally, it delivers a directory tree summarizing the number of files and subdirectories for each directory. The result is provided as a file in JSON-format ('selected name'.tree) to be easily evaluated using standard scripting languages (Java, Perl, Python to name a few); it's human-readable, also.

You'll need to have either an administrative account with the Search role assigned or an user with the Search role for the namespaces to be queried. MAPI access isn't required.

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  • lukashamilton
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    O melhor programa para compartilhamento

    Posted 12/17/2012
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    Runs smoothly

    Posted 11/02/2012
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Intended Audience

Information Technology, System Administrators

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2012-09-06
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