While the Asset Browser provides robust search capabilities for users, administrators can sometimes find that this doesn’t meet their needs. We have developed a JavaServer Pages tool to be used in conjunction with the Web Management Console in order to help administrators retrieve metrics that they can then migrate to a format of their choosing.
Setting Up The JavaServer Pages File
Copy the repo-stats.jsp file to /web/app/webmin/jsp/repo/ under your Zoom installation folder.
Running The JavaServer Pages Call
Make sure there is an open session of the Web Management Console in your browser.
In a new browser tab, type the following command and replace the default values with your company’s: http://zm-server:8443/jsp/repo/repo-stats.jsp?input=java&print-paths=true&skip-purged=false&project=trimmer&extensions=true.
|input||The file extension or any string that a user is looking for.|
|project||The project name to restrict lookup within it; if not specified, will search through out the repo.|
|skip-purged||Specify as false if you want to include purged fuids also; default is true.|
|print-paths||Specify as true if you want to print the full repo paths of the matching fuids; it is false by default.|
|extensions||Specify as false if you want to search anywhere in the file name; the default setting is true and will only try to match the input string as file extension.|
JSP Call 1: http://localhost:8443/jsp/repo/repo-stats.jsp?input=java
JSP Call 2: http://localhost:8443/jsp/repo/repo-stats.jsp?input=java&print-paths=true&skip-purged=false&project=trimmer&extensions=true
Sample output for JSP Call 2:
Count of assets with input pattern: 8