Self Assessment and Strategy Guide for Migrating from Domino Document Manager
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 22 September 2009
IBM Form #: SG24-7747-00
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Authors: John Bergland, Cali Clarke, Femke Goedhart, John Head, Jelan Heidelberg, Wojciech Kowalski, Daniel Lieber, Matthew Mangels, Steve Peters, Cynthia Schiegoleit, Stephan Wissel
Contributing companies: Peters Technology Group; PSC Group, LLC; Silverside; Innovative Ideas Unlimited, Inc
This IBM® Redbooks® publication is intended to help your organization plan and prepare for a migration away from Lotus® Domino® Document Manager (formerly known as Domino.Doc). This IBM Redbooks publication focuses primarily on analyzing, planning, and preparing with only a small portion devoted to the actual process of migrating to another solution. While there is no exact equivalent to Domino Document Manager (DDM), we discuss IBM Lotus Quickr™ in detail and illustrate how your organization can achieve many of the same functional goals using Lotus Quickr services for Domino. We introduce the tool for migrating, namely the Lotus Quickr Migrator: Domino Document Manager Edition, and discuss how you can use this for migrating content.
Moving beyond Domino Document Manager requires some new thinking about your organizations’ document management and content management needs. In many cases, Lotus Quickr may offer a collaborative solution which can provide significant benefit to how your organization creates, shares and stores content. In other cases, this may present an opportunity for you to re-evaluate if you need a larger scale, more robust enterprise Content Management solution.
This IBM Redbooks Publication is intended to help you in making a well informed decision about the best way forward. We help you to better understand and analyze your current Domino Document Manager environment and then guide you in determining the best options for moving forward. With proper planning and analysis up front, this book will help you recognize and overcome the potential obstacles and challenges, and to help you explore the opportunities opened up by alternate content management solutions.
Table of contents
Part 1. Overview
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Lotus Quickr Primer
Chapter 3. Is Enterprise Content Management in your future?
Chapter 4. Scenarios - Which might apply to you?
Part 2. Building Your Plan for a Plan
Chapter 5. Building your Plan - Analyze and document your current environment
Chapter 6. Confirming your Business Goals and Key Business Decisions
Part 3. Making the Mental Leap
Chapter 7. Hierarchical and Structual Considerations between DDM and Quickr
Part 4. Digging into Customized Domino Document Manager Implementations
Chapter 8. Design Element Review
Chapter 9. Analyzing Customizations
Part 5. Migration
Chapter 10. Overview of the migration tool Lotus Quickr Migrator: Domino Document Manager Edition
Chapter 11. Migration Tool - Operational Scenarios
Part 6. A comprehensive example
Chapter 12. A Domino Document Manager to Quickr example using a custom placetype
Appendix A. Domino Document Manager Site Map and Security Analysis Tool
Appendix B. Summary Questionaire for Technical Assesment
Appendix C. Scenario Priority Matrix
Appendix D. Appendix - Reference Hook Methods for Lotus Quickr
Appendix E. Additional material
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