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5 3 0 Sys Admin Guide

5 3 0 Sys Admin Guide

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Published by Tim Steward
This is the System Administration Guide for Stat ACM.
This is the System Administration Guide for Stat ACM.

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Published by: Tim Steward on Aug 15, 2008
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You can configure Stat to conform to the case sensitivity requirements of your file
servers. For example, certain file servers may be case insensitive when handling the
names of file objects, but because Stat is case sensitive by default, this can result in Stat
not recognizing file objects that exist on a file server as being the same objects that exist
in the Stat Repository. You can resolve this issue on a per server basis by deactivating
case sensitivity in Stat. Also, if a file server requires that the names of files of a specific
type be all uppercase or lowercase, you can configure Stat to convert the case of file
names when migrating to that server.

Chapter 4


General Maintenance Tables

Deactivating Case Sensitivity

You can deactivate case sensitivity in Stat for file servers that are case insensitive. This
way, when archiving or migrating file objects, Stat can locate objects in the file server’s
source locations, even if the names of the files are in a different case.

To deactivate case sensitivity:

1In the File Servers tab, deselect File Case Sensitive for the file server you want.

2Click OK.

Setting Up File Name Case Conversion

A file server may require that the names or the extensions of certain types of objects be
all in uppercase or lowercase. You can configure Stat to convert the names or extensions
of these types of file objects into the required case when they are migrated to that server.

To set up file name case conversion:

1In the File Servers tab, select the file server you want. Then click Other Options.

Stat opens the Other Options dialog box, which displays a list of all the file object
types that have been defined for the selected server, sorted by change
management module.

2For each file type you want to configure, select the option you want in the File
Name Conversion

These include options for the conversion of both the name of the file and the
extension. For example, if you select the option Lower File Name - Upper
, Stat converts the name of the file into lower case and the extension

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into uppercase. To deactivate file name conversion for a file type, select None in
the field.

3Click OK.

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