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README.TXT ******************************************************************************* * Copyright (c) 2009-2014 Scott Roth and Brian Yasaki * Corporate sponsorship by Armedia, LLC (2011-2014) and * Flatirons Solutions Corp. (2009-2011) * * THE ACCOMPANYING PROGRAM IS PROVIDED UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS * ECLIPSE PUBLIC LICENSE ("AGREEMENT"). ANY USE, REPRODUCTION OR DISTRIBUTION * OF THE PROGRAM CONSTITUTES RECIPIENT'S ACCEPTANCE OF THIS AGREEMENT. * * The Eclipse Public License v1.0 is available at * http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html * ******************************************************************************* DRX is a powerful exploration, auditing, and documentation tool that allows Documentum administrators and developers to quickly document vital information about their repositories and environments. DRX provides a simple UI to facilitate logging into the Documentum repository, configuring and running specific reporting modules, and viewing the resultant reports. DRX reports are generated in HTML for easy viewing and XML for more complex processing. DRX is distributed as an EXE file that contains all of the Java code, requisite libraries, JVM and the DFC required to run the program. Its compact distribution and simple installation (simply unzip it!) make it easy to run from a memory stick or move from one computer to another. We have found DRX to be very helpful for: - Documenting the final delivery of a system; - Creating As-Built documentation for a system; - Comparing different environments (e.g., DEV and QA, QA and PROD); - Exploring a new or unknown environment; - Auditing a Documentum installation; - Creating an inventory of installed components, document types, users, etc. ******************************************************************************* * * * DRX does not make any changes to the repository; it is strictly a read-only * * application. * * * ******************************************************************************* INSTALLATION ------------ 1. Download the latest distribution archive file from http://drxproj.sourceforge.net. 2. Unzip the DRX 2.x.zip file to your Desktop. 3. Double-click the DRX.EXE file. DRX v2.3 -------- See the VERSIONS.TXT file for details regarding changes, enhancements, and additions in this release. DRX v2.3 offers the following reporting modules: - Environment - report on the Connection Broker, server configuration, product licensing, the OS and Java. - Configuration - report on server, repository, JMS, ACS, client, full-text server, LDAP and session configuration objects, as well as server configuration files. - Custom Types and Hierarchy - describe all custom types and the entire object hierarchy. The report does not detail objects with names beginning with: 'dm_', 'd2_', 'c6_', or 'bpm_'. However, these objects are included in the hierarchy report. - Maintenance Jobs - include the most recent maintenance job reports: State of the Docbase, Consistency Checker, Update Stats, DMClean, DMFilescan, Content Warning, Log Purge, State of Index, and Audit Mgmt. - ACLs - describe all regular ACLs, Template ACLs, and Public ACLs, including extended permissions. - Cabinets and Folders - depict the entire cabinet and folder hierarchy of the repository including folder sizes and object counts. This report can take a very long time to run if your cabinet � folder structure is deep. - Users and Groups - report all active, inactive and locked users as well as all groups, roles, aliases and super users. All users, groups and roles include explicit membership listings. - Lifecycles - describe all document lifecycles. - Jobs and Methods - describe all Documentum and custom jobs, methods and procedures. - Workflows - describe all workflow templates, instances, and activities. - File System - report on Documentum�s use of the file system including storage locations, directory sizes, and file counts. This report must be run from the Content Server to report on the actual use of the file system. - Registered Tables - describe all database tables registered with the Content Server and produce SQL scripts to recreate the tables if necessary. The report excludes registered tables with names like: 'dm_%', 'cya_%', 'wcm_%', '%_r', '%_s', and 'adm_turbo_size'. - Document Templates - list and describe all document templates found in the /Templates cabinet. - TaskSpace - report on all TaskSpace applications and components found in the repository. - DocApps and DARs - report all DocApps and DARs installed in the repository. - BOF - describe all TBOs, SBOs and Aspects found in the repository. - Retention Policy Services - describe all retention policies installed in the repository. - Physical Records Manager - reports on physical records management configuration, and lists label templates. - Records Manager - describes record management configuration and lists cabinets and folders under formal records management. - Web Publisher - describe the WebPub configuration including templates, channels, and site caching sources/targets. - Audit Trail - report the size of the audit trail, the number of entries grouped by event type, average occurance of events per week, and the events that are registered for auditing. - Presets - reports and documents Webtop Presets README.TXT - 3/5/2013 <SDG><
Source: README.txt, updated 2014-03-14

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