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Each time PAW is upgraded, the content is not upgraded and there is no automated way for a PAW administrator to do it. This seems strange forcing someone to open and save the object to have it upgraded. In some cases, users aren’t allowed to save and object so that means with each upgrade someone with permissions has to go into each object and save it after it has been upgraded. Seems very inefficient and something a script or process could be created to do on the backend.
In Cognos Analytics, there is a process that can be executed to do this after each upgrade. Cognos Analytics even has options to do Content Removal (removes My Folder content for users that are no longer active in the system) and Consistency Checks for objects that fail to open. With PAW becoming more CA like, they really need some of these same capabilities for Administrators.
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