AOBulk is a tool that allows you to migrate files and folders into your AODocs libraries.
Important: AOBulk is currently available for our service teams only. For EAP access, contact email@example.com.
Below is a summary of the actions performed by the different elements of AOBulk for which you need to grant permissions.
|Your professional account||Uploader account||AODocs storage account|
|Access list of AODocs libraries||-||-|
|Gateway||Create spreadsheets||Upload attachments to Drive||Update attachments already uploaded|
Initialize the AODocs structure,
|Grant permissions to access AOBulk|
|Grant permissions to access Gateway|
|Grant permissions for the API: your professional account|
Grant permissions to access AOBulk
When you access AOBulk with your professional account, grant the following permissions.
|View and manage Google Drive files and folders that you have opened or created with this app||AOBulk lets you choose a Google Drive folder to import into AODocs. It then requires access to your Google Drive to list files in your My Drive.|
Grant permissions to access Gateway
You’re requested to grant permissions when you:
- install and access Gateway with your professional account
- add uploader accounts and AODocs storage accounts
|See and download all your Google Drive files||To let you import files from your My Drive into AODocs, Gateway requires read-only access to your My Drive to push your files into AODocs.|
|See, edit, create and delete your spreadsheets in Google Drive||AOBulk creates the extraction and migration spreadsheets in your My Drive.|
Grant permissions for the API
The API uses the same set of permissions you granted to access AOBulk with your professional account, so you just need to confirm once and you’re done!
|Associate you with your personal info on Google||The API needs to know your email to check you can access the migration.|
|View your email address|
|See, edit, create and delete your spreadsheets in Google Drive||To perform the migration, the API reads the migration spreadsheet and add the AODocs ID at the end of each line after the document creation process.|