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*Nobody expects the Plone inquisition!* Introduction ============ This package helps with getting insight in a foreign Data.fs. Some Plone projects can start from scratch: the customer wants to make a (new) start with Plone and there is no legacy to take into account. Other projects start with a Plone site already in place. In these situations it is often a big surprise what you are going to have to deal with. Especially when migrating a site from one Plone version to another. Typical questions are: * What type of objects can I expect? * What is the number of objects for type X? * Where does most of the content live? * Are there objects left of products that were once installed? Mr.inquisition helps to get answers to these questions. This package has been tested on Plone versions 2.5 and 3.x. Installation ============ When you are using zc.buildout, the installation is quite simple. All you need to do is make sure the ``mr.inquisition`` package is listed in the ``eggs`` and ``zcml`` sections, e.g.:: [buildout] ... eggs = ... mr.inquisition [instance] ... zcml = mr.inquisition That's it. If you want to use mr.inquisition on a site that doesn't use buildout or eggs, you can also copy the ``inquisition`` folder from the mr.inquisition egg to the ``Products`` directory op your instance. Usage ===== The mr.inquisition package offers a number of views which allow you to gain insight in the ZODB at hand. Your best bet is to start with the ``@@inquisition`` view. This view lists all the options you've got.