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Step 8. Migrate PQEdit Data (PQEdit Users Only)

-D user -w pwd -ldif file

LDAP user ID for authentication LDAP password for authentication

the name of the configuration file: <candlehome>/unix/MsgEdit/bin/kxymsged.ldf

-u user

PathWAI Editor user ID for use in generated dictionary entries (such as filters).

-ns dest

is the namespace in the metadata repository into which definitions are imported. By default, :CandleSamples.MessageEditor is used. (For more information about the metadata repository and namespaces, see the Message Format Editor User’s Guide.)

-o -v -q -?

overwrites the existing entries verbose mode on (default) verbose mode off displays help for the command

[-?]

[-v |-q]

The options are: [-ns dest] where

[-o]

For example:

./kxyimpfm.sh -h myhost -p 389 -D cn=manager -w secret /candle/pqedit/FORMATS.ini

If you are using an LDAP server to house the metadata repository, the format definitions will become available to all PathWAI Editor agents configured to use that server. If you are using configuration files, the converted definitions must be made accessible to the agents through a networked file system or manually distributed to the machines on which the agents reside.

Migrate message files (kxyimpul)

Files containing previously unloaded PQEdit messages must be converted into files usable by PathWAI Editor before you can load them onto a queue.

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PathWAI Editor for Messages Installation Guide

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