Site / List elements to migrate

Specify Site / List elements to migrate settings in this wizard step to migrate Site elements (masterpages, themes, top links, quick launch link, web parts, workflows,  user alerts, site permissions and to set home page) and List elements (web part, list view, list permission, maintain same list item ID, maintain same document ID and quick launch links) from one SharePoint environment to another.

 

   
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The Site / List elements to migrate step appears as shown below:

 

2. Specify the site elements to migrate during a Site / Web level migration to a target SharePoint 2007 / 2010 / 2013 / 2016  server and Office 365 site.
 
   
 
Master Pages Migrate master pages. This can be done when migrating content from SharePoint 2007 and above.

Home Page as in source site Set the home page as in source SharePoint site. This can be done when migrating content from SharePoint 2010 and above.

Themes Migrate the themes. This can be done when migrating content from SharePoint 2007 and above.

Top Links in site pages: Set the top links as same as in source SharePoint site. This can be done when migrating content from SharePoint 2010 and above

Quick Launch Links: Set the quick launch links as same as in source SharePoint site. This can be done when migrating content from SharePoint 2010 and above.

Web Part: To migrate the Web Parts (Landing pages, Form pages, List view and Web Part pages and Publishing Pages) during a Site / Web level migration.

Note:

  • Ordering of Web Parts may not be preserved in Basic Pages (pages without Web Part Zones)
  • Dockit Server Agent is required in the target SharePoint server for link correction in web pages.
  • Custom Web Parts will not be migrated and must be available in the target SharePoint server prior to migration.


Workflows: To migrate the site level workflows during a Site / Web level migration.

Note:

  • Dockit Server Agent for SharePoint 2007 is required in the SharePoint server to retrieve the associated workflows from SharePoint 2007 or to associate workflows in SharePoint 2007.
  • Custom Workflows will be handled only during a Site / Web level migration.
  • It starts the workflows in the target which have running state in the source.


User Alerts: To migrate user alerts to the target SharePoint lists, libraries and their content.

Note: Dockit Server Agent is required in the target SharePoint server to migrate user alerts for on-premise.



Site Permissions: To migrate site permissions.

Note: Dockit Server Agent is required in the source SharePoint server to migrate when performing migration from SharePoint 2007.



Activate Features: To activate Site collection feature and site feature.

Note: Click 'Exclusion List button' and specify the feature id's that are excluded during feature activation.



   
3. Specify the list elements to migrate during a list level migration to a target SharePoint 2007 / 2010 / 2013 / 2016  server and Office 365 site.
 
   
 
List Views: To migrate list views.

List Permissions: To migrate list permissions.

Note: Dockit Server Agent is required in the source SharePoint server to migrate when performing migration from SharePoint 2007.



Content Types: To create content types which are not available in the target SharePoint.

Maintain same List Item ID as in source: To retain the list item IDs as same as source list item.

Note: Dockit Server Agent is required in the target SharePoint server to retain list item ID.



Maintain same Document ID as in source: To retain the document ID for the migrated document as same as source document (when Document ID Services feature is activated in both source and target SharePoint servers).