TITAN CMS - Rebuild Where Used

The scheduled job, Rebuild Where Used, will report if a file is used and where it is used. 

Overview

The Titan Admin scheduled job, Rebuild Where Used, will report if a file is used and where used.    A list of files will be found in the Web Content Management dashboard when file isn't used and a full list of files will be listed in browse view Where Used (No Folders).  In v6.3 new XML has been added to use to configure per a specific File Folder so job does not have to be run against the Default File folder.

  • Existing Titan Clients - Client with past version jobs in place, need to update existing XML.  Examples are below, XML needs the FolderID.  If xml is not updated, existing jobs will error out if you try to run them without a FolderID.
  • New Clients - When you create a new job task, the new xml will be there.  All you need to do is add FolderID.  The Default File folder can be used but then job runs against all folders under it.
    • In Web Content Management module, expand the File folders in left nav tree
    • Mouse-over the desired folder and view DocID # (*This is used for FolderID #).

New XML:

<ConfigArgs><IndexType>Create</IndexType><FolderID>#</FolderID></ConfigArgs>

<ConfigArgs><IndexType>Update</IndexType><FolderID>#</FolderID></ConfigArgs>

Job

Steps
  1. Select Titan Administration module
  2. Expand left tree Scheduled Job
  3. Expand Rebuild Where Used Data
  4. Select the Rebuild Where Used job
  5. Configure desired rule, on right side, to run as automatic or manual.
  6. XML may not update with the FolderId for specific folder desired to run job against.
  7. Click on Green icon to manually start run.
  8. Review Status of Job through Execution History section.
  9. Job will run in 2 phases to include Indexing and Caching.  When fully complete, the status will be Completed.
  10. View XML by clicking on status link for % complete or Summary Report.

Status % In-progress Example:

 

Status Complete Example:

 

Prerequisite Steps
 

Log in to the workstation:

  1. Enter your TitanCMS URL in a browser address bar.
  2. The Titan Login screen will appear.
  3. Enter your User Name in the User Name field.
  4. Enter your Password in the Password field.
  5. Click Log In.  The TitanCMS application should open to the Titan Web Content Management Module.
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