Batch File Options 

Follow the steps given below to specify the documents to import to the SharePoint Library in the batch file mode.

1.

The Batch File Options step appears as shown below:

2.

Click (...) button to specify the batch file. The batch file can be any one of the following file formats - Comma delimited (CSV), Microsoft Excel (XLSX) or Text file (TXT).

For more information about how to create batch file, click here.

3.

Click (Sample) drop down button to see a sample batch descriptor file (Comma delimited, MS-Excel file) and how it should be formatted in a batch descriptor file.

4. Folder Renaming Rule :

Select the rule name available in dropdown for folder renaming rule. This helps to rename invalid characters in SharePoint to a valid folder name.

5. File Renaming Rule :

Select the rule name available in dropdown for file renaming rule. This helps to rename invalid characters in SharePoint to a valid file name.
6. Perform Incremental Migration / One-way Sync :

Select any one of the following One-way Sync Operations.This helps to migrate the incremental content.
  1. Documents Modified or newly created ,since last migration using Dockit
  2. Documents Modified or newly created ,since last migration in SharePoint
  3. Documents Modified or newly created with specified Time duration as follows  'This Week'  'Last 7 days'  'This Month'  'Last Week'   'Last 14 days'  'Last Month'  'Today'  'Yesterday' 'Last N Days'

7.

The top-level folder is the folder added or specified for import by the user. Dockit will commence the import process from this top-level folder. Select the appropriate option to create the top-level folder by selecting the option buttons (Yes/No).

8. Click Next to proceed.