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Useful utilities for Harvest administrators available on this forum

  • 1.  Useful utilities for Harvest administrators available on this forum

    Posted 12-16-2015 02:10 PM

    Downloadable useful utilities available on this community forum for monitoring the usage and

    health of the Harvest system. Search the forum using these utility names, click on the blue URL

    link of interest:

     

    HLoginMon - windows desktop utility to show current users logged into Harvest in real time.

                          New email alerts feature added (even for smartphone accounts) for Broker connection

                          failures. Can only be run by a Harvest admin credentials.

     

    HNetScan  - windows utility that can be run in background that monitors network connectivity

                        with the Broker (useful for network integrity checks - should be used by clients).

     

    HLogBrowser - windows utility that is used to provide self-analysis of a set of Harvest

                        server logs (ie HBroker and HServer logs) for reports such as TOP 20 latent

                        analysis and Statistics by Clients and by HServers. Requires access to a copy

                        of current logs that should be copied from the server. Useful for analyzing the

                        health of the application.

     

    DBrowse    - windows utility that can connect to the Harvest database via odbc (Oracle or SQL Server).

                       Use to browse database records and tables, can run adhoc sql for specific select

                       statements. Requires harvest schema owner credentials to login and uses the 32bit

                       ODBC Manager DSN connection object defined in the System DSN tab

                       (c:\windows\syswow64\odbcad32.exe). You must have 32bit Oracle Client driver for

                       Oracle and SQL Server 32bit driver for SQL Server database.  Added DBrowsex64.exe

                       64bit database browser for 64bit ODBC database client drivers.

     

    LDAPDiag - Windows utility to help with LDAP diagnostics.

     

    HarCompare - Windows utility that allows a user to compare his/her local files on their Windows machine

                         against a repository list to determine if the local files are "New", "Same", or "Diff" (different).

     

    HarSpy - Windows utility that provides a repository search capability that is not limited to individual Projects

                    as found in the Workbench Find Version GUI. You can search across multiple projects.

     

    CPMAnalyzer - Windows utility that allows the client to run a Cross Project Merge analysis report for identifying

                     problematic source item entries.

     

    FileScanner - Useful Windows utility for recursively scanning a source directory for presence of Unicode formatted

                        files that get the error during Harvest check-in "Text file contains invalid characters". The utility also

                        provides a conversion button that allows the user to convert the Unicode file(s) to ANSI text.

     

    Note: These utilities are updated on the forum from time to time and are provided as is.

     

    ADDENDUM 24 OCT 2016 - Modified all utility installers to work with windows 10 (32 or 64bit).



  • 2.  Re: Useful utilities for Harvest administrators available on this forum

    Posted 01-29-2016 05:52 AM

    hi Dave,

     

    where or how can one get these utilities?

     

    regards

     

    Gerrie



  • 3.  Re: Useful utilities for Harvest administrators available on this forum

    Posted 01-29-2016 06:10 AM

    hi Dave,

     

    please excuse my ignorance. i did not read your post properly. i've managed to get the utilities.

     

    thanks

     

    gerrie



  • 4.  Re: Useful utilities for Harvest administrators available on this forum

    Posted 03-17-2016 01:38 PM

    Hello.

     

    Thanks, DaveCarmack, for this nice way of rounding them up.

     

    Best regards,

    Ricardo Bernardino