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Metalogix Content Matrix 9.4 - Public Folder Edition User Guide

Introduction Entering the License Key Selecting the SQL Database You Want to Connect to Content Matrix Console End User Interface Connecting to Public Folders Connecting to SharePoint Preparing for Your Migration Initiating a Migration Configuring Copying Options Saving or Running a Migration Action Log Files Using PowerShell with Content Matrix Modifying Content Matrix Configuration and Settings Frequently Asked Questions About Us

Get-MLSharePointItembyFileName

·FileName - The filename of the SharePoint document. (Mandatory)

·FolderPath - The list-relative path to the desired folder, separated by "/".

·ListName - The name of the desired list. (Mandatory)

·SiteURL - The URL of the SharePoint site to connect to. (Mandatory)

·User - A user to connect as, in DOMAIN\Login format.

·Password - The password for the user provided.

·AdapterType - The short name of the adapter type you want to use for the connection. Use OM for a local SharePoint or WS for a remote SharePoint where the Metalogix Extensions Web Service is installed.

·ReadOnly - Indicates that the connection made to the SharePoint site should be read only.

Get-MLSharePointItembyID

·Id - The ID of the SharePoint item. (Mandatory)

·FolderPath - The list-relative path to the desired folder, separated by "/".

·ListName - The name of the desired list. (Mandatory)

·SiteURL - The URL of the SharePoint site to connect to. (Mandatory)

·User - A user to connect as, in DOMAIN\Login format.

·Password - The password for the user provided.

·AdapterType - The short name of the adapter type you want to use for the connection. Use OM for a local SharePoint or WS for a remote SharePoint where our Metalogix Extensions Web Service is installed.

·ReadOnly - Indicates that the connection made to the SharePoint site should be read only.

Get-MLSharePointItemFromDatabase

This is the same as Get-MLSharePointListFromDatabase with additional parameters:

·FolderPath - The list-relative path to the desired folder, separated by "/".

·ItemName - The filename or ID of the desired item. (Mandatory)

Get-MLSharePointList

This is the same as Get-MLSharePointSite with an additional parameter:

·ListName - The name of the desired list. (Mandatory)

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