Earlier this month, our Archiver for Notes product was extended to export Notes Mail, Applications and Quickr to HTML, in addition to exporting Notes Mail to Internet Formats and PST, and normal NSF archiving.
Exporting to HTML occurs via archiving to DXL, then transforming that DXL to HTML via XSLT Stylesheets. This allows storage of Notes data as static, non-proprietary HTML.
This process now extends further to transform DXL to XML, ready for use in other products. Example XSLT Stylesheets to do this are stored as Pages, and you can modify these or add your own.
This means you can export some parts of your Notes environment (e.g. Mail) to common internet formats or PST, other elements (e.g. old applications, IBM Quickr) to HTML, and specific newer elements (e.g. application data less than 5 years old) to XML for migration to other platforms.
The process is;
1. Select your target data, export method and stylesheet.
2. Stylesheets are stored as Pages in the Archiver Config database, so you can use these, customise them, or add your own.
3. Notes data is then exported to the target XML.
You can choose to leave the Notes data intact after exporting, meaning you can run the process as many times as you want.
For more information or a free, no-obligation trial version, please see the IONET Archiver for Notes.