LogicalDOC Export

The LogicalDOC Export is a standalone application designed to extract a LogicalDOC's folder and the entire tree below into a plain local file system path.

Install LogicalDOC Export

Get the installation file from the download website. To install LogicalDOC Export unpack the zip archive then open a terminal window and execute the command from command line:

$ java -jar logicaldoc-export-installer.jar

During the setup you will be required to input the connection parameters to your LogicalDOC installation as well as the remote folder to monitor and the local target path.

On Windows, after the installation you will have a new Windows service and in the status bar a new icon will appear.

On Linux you can start / stop the tool with this command:

$ export.sh start / stop

Once launched, it will stay resident as a daemon and synchronizes the remote changes with the target file system folder.

Configuration

The installer configures the export tool with common settings, but you can change them at any time by editing the configuration file located at <Export_Home>/conf/context.properties:

EXPORT SETTINGS
Parameter Description
url The address to reach LogicalDOC
username The username to access LogicalDOC
password The password to access LogicalDOC
source Unique identifier of the remote folder to monitor
target Full path of the local folder that will receive the export
versioning true = all the versions are exported;  false = just the last version is exported
delete true = local files not present in the remote folder are deleted;  false = no deletions at all
filealias true = file aliases are exported;  false = file aliases are skipped
folderalias true = folder aliases are exported;  false = folder aliases are skipped
schedule.interval.Exporter number of milliseconds between elaborations
schedule.length.Exporter maximum duration of a single elaboration expressed in seconds
 

Every time you modify the configuration file, remember to relaunch the application.

Log of the application

The export tool sends its output to the console. It also creates execution log files in the logs folder. Inside this folder, the system will write the log of the export activities.