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Executive Summary Report

 

Topic Last Modified: 2006-09-14

Microsoft® Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Domino Executive Summary Report provides an overview of the information collected from a database analysis.

Executive Report

The Database access pattern section of the report indicates database usage for the analyzed databases. Any database that has not been accessed in the past six months should be considered for archival rather than migration. However, it is possible that there are databases in use that are not frequently accessed, so each database should be reviewed by the application owner prior to determining the appropriate action.

The analysis includes a synopsis of the number of applications for each defined quadrant in Microsoft application categories.

  • Quadrant 1 applications are both of the following:

    • Databases created from the default Domino Discussion template

    • Have not been modified.

  • Quadrant 2 applications are both of the following:

    • Databases created from the default Domino Team Room or Document Library.

    • Have not been modified.

  • Quadrant 3 applications are either of the following:

    • Databases created from the default Domino Discussion template that have been modified to include additional fields.

    • Databases created from a blank template that do not implement workflow or connectivity to external systems.

  • Quadrant 4 applications are either of the following:

    • Databases created from the default Domino Team Room or Document Library templates and have been modified to include additional fields.

    • Databases created from a blank template that implement workflow or connectivity to external systems.

The Top Five Databases by Size section displays the largest five databases that were analyzed.

The Top Five Databases Accessed in Last 30 Days section shows the databases that have had the most activity in the past thirty days.

 
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