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I would like to migrate to workspace from sharepoint. Some of our files have an extensive history in sharepoint. How would I migrate these files and their history into Kerio in some semi automated manner. Some of the files have a daily revision for several years.

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David
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So I managed to extract the history from sharepoint for one file, ~500 revisions into a directory which the version number prepended to the filename.

I then subscribed to the document library wrote a perl script to copy each of the revisions into the sync directory on my pc; c:\users\me\Kerio Workspace\mylibrary\thefile.pdf

Unfortunately this doesn't work, the copies just fly by into an apparent bit bucket, the first or last one may happen but its not consistent.

Should this work? Is there somekind of delay going on so that it only looks in the sync directory every so often. Do I need to put some delay between copies?
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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hello David,

this could be done using the API. Kerio Workspace has ability to read and write data in the store remotely, using JSON-RPC and HTTP.

If you are interested in more, please visit our Kerio Developer Zone and check out the Kerio APIs Client Library for PHP.

Main target is Kerio Connect but with a small piece of work you will be able to communicate also with your Kerio Workspace easily in PHP. 

The library has method like upload(file) which you can use for automated upload your local revisions.

Feel free to send me a reply with any help or have any questions!

Best regards,

Miroslav Osladil
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Perfect, I'll take a look.
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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hi David,

I just wanted to ask, how's it going? Were you able to upload the files via the API to Kerio Workspace?

Miroslav Osladil
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Miroslav,
Thank you for touching base.

I downloaded the examples and played with them a bit. It looks like I will have to reverse engineer the JASON-RPC api for Workspace via firebug? My next step was to look at this but have been side tracked with other priorities.

Question, does Kerio or its partners off professional services where we could contract to have a simple example done to upload a file to Workspace with metadata (historic date) and we could modify this to go forward?

David
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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hi David,

ike wrote on Mon, 26 November 2012 15:15
It looks like I will have to reverse engineer the JASON-RPC api for Workspace via firebug?

Yes, this is option to see how's Kerio Workspace using the same API. Unfortunately, there is no official Kerio Workspace API documentation at this moment.

ike wrote on Mon, 26 November 2012 15:15
Question, does Kerio or its partners off professional services where we could contract to have a simple example done to upload a file to Workspace with metadata (historic date) and we could modify this to go forward?


Let me prepare some simple demonstration how to upload a file to Kerio Workspace. I'll be back to you soon. Smile

Thanks!

M.

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That would be fantastic. Thanks!
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