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Status Shipped
Workspace Domino
Categories Administration
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 31, 2018

Recreate a single document in busytime/clubusy

It can happen that there is a corrupt/faulty document in the busytime/clubusy database. Today, you have to recreate the whole database to fix this issue. It would be nice if there is a command to just recreate this single document. "tell sched validate" or "tell rnrmgr validate" is not helping in the most cases!
Recreate busytime/clubusy:

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  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel
    Jun 2, 2020

    This is already available in the product :

    tell sched rebuild


    tell sched -?
    Purpose: Maintain and update the Domino busytime system.
    Usage: TELL SCHED [options]...
    show UserName Shows busytime data for user UserName.
    check [UserName] Request busytime for user UserName be checked for accuracy.
    If no UserName is provided, all users will be checked
    validate UserName Verifies that UserName is a 'valid' user that belongs
    in busytime. 'Invalid' users are removed from busytime.
    stats Calculate and display current busytime statistics.
    rebuild UserName Rebuilds the busytime record for the specified user.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel
    Nov 2, 2018

    Have you tried finding out whats causing this type of corruption? Instead of recreating the busytime database or recreating a single document the root cause of the problem should be found. Is there a PMR number we can reference?