Hyland OnBase provides a single platform for building content-enabled applications while complementing your other core business systems – delivering value for both your business units and IT department. migration-center can help you to initially fill or extend your applications from many different source systems using the out-of-the-box source connectors and the directory import process. migration-center supports the OnBase versions starting from 14 all the way up to 20.
migration-center supports a huge variaty of different source platforms and most of their features. Together with a very flexible (metadata) transformation engine and the OnBase importer it excels at migrating all content and metadata from several platforms into one Hyland OnBase system in the right format. Object type definitions can be customized and fully mapped to fit into on single ECM with several applications. Source systems can be legacy ECMs, fileshares, and even databases.
Archiving or decommissioning to Hyland OnBase can be done with migration-center in a very granular way. The content from many different sources can be analyzed and classified and then be moved to an archive application if attribute values, content types, or other information fits the defined criteria. Documents which shouldn’t currently be archived can be migrated to other productive applications. In that way the content can be split up and moved to seperate locations.
migration-center can help to start from scratch with a new ECM. After the deployment of Hyland OnBase the file share and other connectors can easily be used to initially fill the repository. It can also be used to analyse file shares or databases of legacy systems to check the documents data quality and decide which documents should be migrated to Hyland OnBase.
migration-center utilizes the DIP interface and produces the input documents with XML on the file share automatically. No matter where the files come from: the XML can be designed as needed through the flexible build-in metadata and XSL transformation.
The Connector Matrix allows you to create all currently available migration paths (source system in connection with target system) and to list the supported capabilities and versions.
Supported versions: DIP Import