Spyview Queston

15 pts.
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AS/400
GAUSS
IBM Content Mgr On Demand
iSeries
Spyview
Hi, We are considering moving from Gauss Spyview to IBM Content Mgr On Demand. One of the first things we would need to do is to figure out how to get our documents with the indexes out of Spyview. I guess on order to do this, we would need to know what DB files contain the indexes and how they are used. I am wondering if anyone can give me a starting point as documentation is slim. Does Spyview have a way of getting this info automatically? Are there any api's I could use. Thanks for any help.

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Hi Prairie Dog,

My company specializes in migrating data from one ECM to another. We have experience in Spyview and IBM Content Manager OnDemand. In fact we’re currently working on a Spyview conversion to another product. Our conversion process does not use the existing application nor any of your production resources. Most projects of this type can be completed in 60 days or less. I would be happy to discuss it with you further. Let me know if you are interested.

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