High Fidelity HTML Archiving for HCL Notes Databases
Export Notes data to HTML format for easy viewing in a browser
Quickly and easily turn your Notes and Domino databases into self contained, read-only HTML sites. Forms are rendered almost exactly as they would appear in the Notes client. All views are reproduced in the archive, and your archived databases are full text searchable. The HTML representation stands alone and can be viewed with any browser, with no need even for a web server. And, you can easily import archives into Microsoft SharePoint just by dragging them into SharePoint Designer!
Easily archive your databases and shut down your Domino infrastructure with no worries
Sorting and filtering options make it simple to find and select candidate databases for archiving. As soon as the database is added to the work queue, archiving starts in the background immediately. Super quick and easy to set up, you'll be archiving your first database within 5 minutes after installation. And, once you’ve archived your databases, you can shut down your Domino servers. As new features are added to the HTML archives, you can recreate them without needing your Notes & Domino licenses.
Create open XML format archives for long term storage
As well as the HTML output, Export creates open XML archives that allow long term storage of data and design with no need for recurring runtime or server costs, and no tie-in to any vendor. Unlike CSV archives, the XML format faithfully stores rich text and file attachments. If you've ever wished you could just export Notes databases to CSV and maintain rich text and attachments, this is the answer.
The archive captures both data as well as application design
The XML archive includes both the data as well as the application design, encoded using the well documented DXL format. So, if necessary, you could even regenerate Notes databases from the XML archives. Inclusion of design in the archive is important for regulated environments - you may have to prove that certain checks or features existed in the original application design at a much later date.