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Metalogix Content Matrix 8.9 - Blogs and Wikis Edition User Guide

Introduction Entering the License Key Content Matrix Console End User Interface Source Blog and Wiki Structure Connecting to a Source Blog or Wiki Connecting to SharePoint Preparing for Your Migration Initiating a Migration Configuring Copying Options Saving or Running a Migration Action Running Link Correction as a Post-Migration Task Log Files Using PowerShell with Content Matrix
Configuring PowerShell for Use with Content Matrix
Registering Metalogix Command DLL Files Adding PowerShell Snap-Ins for the Application Framework Content Matrix PowerShell Commandlet List
Metalogix.System.Commands Metalogix.SharePoint.Commands Metalogix.Jobs.Reporting.Commands Metalogix.Blog.Commands
Modifying Content Matrix Configuration and Settings Configuring Content Matrix for Distributed Migration Frequently Asked Questions About Us

Introduction

 

Whether you are migrating Blogs to SharePoint, or migrating Wikis to SharePoint, Metalogix Content Matrix Console - Blogs and Wikis Edition is an easy to use, convenient way of getting your data into SharePoint. With its familiar copy-and-paste style user interface, you can quickly migrate your Blog and Wiki content into SharePoint, while preserving your valuable metadata.

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Supported Source Systems

The following source systems are supported in Metalogix Content Matrix Console:

 

·Confluence - Any versions before v.4.0 that have SOAP API version 1, and versions 4.0 through to 5.1

·RSS Feeds - All. MediaWiki - Versions 1.12 and later

·Other Blogs and Wikis - Any other blogs or Wikis that support MetaWeblog API

·WordPress - Any versions that support XML-RPC API

·Atom Feed - All

·Telligent - Any version that supports MetaWeblog API
 

NOTE:  Some of the source connection adapters, such as the WordPress, Atom Feed, and Blogger connections, are not visible in the Connection tab of the Ribbon menu by default. It is still possible to make these connection types, but users will first need to enable the connection adapter in a configuration file so it is visible. Once the desired connection adapter is visible, a connection can be made with it. Please see the Showing and Hiding Connection Adapters  FAQ section for more details.

Supported Target Systems

The following target systems are supported in Metalogix Content Matrix Console:

·Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0

·Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007

·SharePoint 2010 (Foundation and Server)

·SharePoint 2013 (Foundation and Server)

·SharePoint 2016

·SharePoint 2019

·Microsoft Office 365

·Windows File Shares (Local or Networked drives) - Document off-loading only

·Mapped network drives - Document off-loading only

Key Features

There are many advantages to using Metalogix Content Matrix Console, including the following:
 

Ease of use

Similar to the Windows File Explorer, Metalogix Content Matrix Console has a familiar, tree-based copy-and-paste style user interface.
 
Valuable data retention

All version chains, metadata, user-edit information, and most views can be preserved.
 

Multiple site connections

Connect to multiple SharePoint sites, across any number of servers, for easy consolidation or distribution of your SharePoint data.
 

Working remotely

Do all the heavy lifting for your SharePoint migration from the convenience of your own machine. Metalogix Content Matrix Console connects to any SharePoint site that you can access with your browser, even those outside your organization's intranet.
 

Batch work

Multiple list migration operations can be batched up for convenience, and re-run at any time. Run your migrations at night and view the results/logs in the morning.
 

Compliance

All migration activity is done through the supported SharePoint APIs. There are no unsupported, direct writes to the SharePoint database.
 
PowerShell functionality

PowerShell functionality is incorporated into the Metalogix Content Matrix User Interface (UI), and any action in the UI can also be performed with PowerShell. Cmdlets are also included, so scripts can be manually created and run.

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