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O. Frank Allen (16113) | asked Oct 02 '08, 8:46 a.m.
I was reviewing the "Getting Started with Repository Migration" document. I have a question...
I the section 'steps to export the contents of a Jazz repository', there is a step that states:
'Make a backup of the full test index. The location of the full test index is specified in the tesmserver.properties...'.
My question is: what is the full test index and how is it backed up?

Thanks in advanced.
O. Frank

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Simon Archer (2661) | answered Oct 03 '08, 9:05 p.m.
I think you're talking about the fulltext index... Start by reading this:
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/FoundationFulltextTutorial

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Patrick Streule (4.9k21) | answered Oct 02 '08, 11:37 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
I was reviewing the "Getting Started with Repository
Migration" document. I have a question...
I the section 'steps to export the contents of a Jazz repository',
there is a step that states:
'Make a backup of the full test index. The location of the full test
index is specified in the tesmserver.properties...'.
My question is: what is the full test index and how is it backed up?

The full text index is the Lucene index that holds the data for full
text queries of work items and other artifacts.

You can copy the directory to another location to back it up.

Patrick
Jazz Work Item Team

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