Mapping Templates


1.

To specify mapping templates to use for the task:

The Mapping Template step will appear as shown in the screen below:

 

2.

Column Mapping Template:

Do you want to map metadata properties between SharePoint columns? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one column mapping template from the list of available template(s)

Default template:

  • Dockit Default - Values for the destination SharePoint columns configured in this template, will be assigned as per the setting defined in Dockit default mapping template.

In the Map columns using section, Specify whether to match columns in mapping template based on their Display name or Internal name

For more information, please visit Column Mapping Template.

3.

User Mapping Template:

1. Map users who are no longer in the source SharePoint server to the user performing migration in target SharePoint server

            This option helps you to assign the user who perform the migration instead of the user(s) who are no longer available in the organization.

2. Map users who are no longer in the source SharePoint server to this user in target SharePoint server

            This option helps you to assign the specific user instead of the user(s) who are no longer available in the organization.

3. Map users who are no longer in the source SharePoint server to the different set of user accounts in target SharePoint server as per the mapping

             If you choose this option, you have to select any one of the user mapping templates from the list of available template(s)

None represents the default user / group mapping template that helps to assign user / group as it is. This mapping is applicable for all person or group columns to replace unavailable users with the valid users. For more information, please visit User / Group Mapping Template.

4.

Domain Mapping Template:

Are the users/groups in the source and target locations in different AD domains? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one of the domain mapping templates to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default domain mapping template that helps to assign the domain names as it is.

None represents the default domain mapping template that helps to assign domain as it is. This mapping is applicable for all person or group columns to replace unavailable domain name from the user value with the valid domain name and make the valid user value. For more information, please visit Domain Mapping Template.

5.

Site and List Template Mapping:

Do you want to replace / map unavailable site and list template in source to valid template in target? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one site and list template mapping from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default site and list template mapping that helps to assign the list template as it is. The site and list template mapping requires the Dockit Server Agent to be installed in the target server. For more information, please visit Site and List Template Mapping.

6.

Permission Mapping Template:

Do you want to replace / map unavailable permission in source to valid permission in target? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one of the permission mapping templates to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default permission mapping that helps to assign the permission as it is. For more information, please visit Permission Mapping Template.

7.

Reference Mapping Template:

Do you want to retain unique value (no duplicates) for the column values? (Yes/No)

If you choose 'Yes', select any one of the Reference mapping templates to use from the list of available template(s).

None represents the default Reference mapping that helps to assign the reference as it is. For more information, please visit Reference Mapping Template.

8.

Click Manage Templates button to customize the available template(s) or to create new template(s).

 

8.

Click Next to proceed.