As I understand it, DiskXtender is normally used to "migrate" files from their "normal" location to archive area(s) based on certain criteria (age, size, etc.), then automatically return those archived files to their original places when accessed by a user.
Is it possible to leave the original files "in place" but use DiskXtender to copy them (based on the criteria) to an archive anyway?
Yes you can. In DX terms this is just a "move". When the file is removed from its original location it leaves behind a 1k file tag. This is called a "purge". You can setup the rules for each of these operations with different criteria.
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This Error with migration of data occurs when the connectivity is not proper with the Tally ERP ODBC. It includes the IP:Port.
The Default port for Tally ERP is 9090.
To change the port go to the installed tally ERP 9 folder. Click on Tally file type Configuration Settings, open it with a text Editor i.e. Notepad. Somewhere at the bottom will be ServerPort. Change the ServerPort to 9090. The migration will work. I have tested. Works fine with me.
This problem tends to happen if something is wrong with your desktop.ndk (might be desktop7.ndk) document, you can find that in the notes folder or in the data subfolder, but you can search for it. Shut down lotus, rename the file, start lotus again. It will create a new desktop file. The backside is that you will loose all your bookmarks, but on the new desktop you can add the archives.
Let me know if it worked and rate my solutions pls
It depends on whether you are using a keyboard wedge or a serial connection. Use 123Scan or MCL to make a change to the ADF file that tells the scanner what to do. Then you will have to upload the file to the scanner.
Appending an "Enter" to a scanned bar code (Keyboard Wedge connection)
Scanned bar code data 04843100Criteria 1 Code type = Any Criteria 2 Code Length = Any Length Action 1 Send all that remains Action 2 Send Value Keycode = 7013 <Enter> (String field must be empty)
Output after ADF rule 04843100<Enter>
Note: To have an ADF rule applied to all scanned bar codes, leave the criteria unspecified (Code Type = Any and Code Length = Any Length).
Appending a "Carriage Return Line Feed" to a scanned bar code (serial connection)
Scanned bar code data 04843100
Criteria 1 Code type = Any Criteria 2 Code Length = Any Length Action 1 Send all that remains
Action 2 Send Value String = \0D\0A
Note: Keycode value is ignored when string field is populated.
Output after ADF rule 04843100<Carriage Return Line Feed>
Unfortunately, it's not possible.
Lotus notes files are all .nsf and you will only be able to view them with a full client lotus notes installation.
There is no other software available that will read .nsf files.
You could save your archived files to a cd or flash drive, then find someone who has lotus notes and use their system to view your files. You need the full installation as you will not be able to use the web access version to view your old archives.