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Migrator for Notes to SharePoint 6.14 - User Guide

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Overview Console configuration using the setup wizard Advanced configuration options Database discovery QuickPlace/Quickr discovery Domino.Doc discovery Discover directory entries Import database records Notes databases Applications Classification Rules Classification Rule Properties SharePoint Targets Scheduled tasks Reports Task history Link Analyzer/Updater/Finalizer License
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SharePoint Targets

The SharePoint Targets node allows you to navigate all available SharePoint sites and view any existing Lists and Libraries. The sites that you see here depend on your SharePoint configuration (see SharePoint tab ).

An addition to displaying your existing sites and content, Migrator for Notes to SharePoint will also indicate any planned future sites and content that you have entered into the tool. The planned sites are displayed with a green plus icon.

Based on the Migration Plan you set up, a preview of the planned SharePoint sites is displayed under the SharePoint Targets node. These planned sites may have been manually added using the Add Sub-Site action (see Add sub-site ), may have been added while specifying the Migration Targets tab for a particular database, or may have been assigned automatically based on database classes (see Auto Target tab ).

Both planned and existing sites and subsites are displayed. The sites that are planned and do not actually exist are displayed with a green plus sign icon. Each planned site has a detailed set of Plan a new SharePoint subsite that may be edited by selecting the Properties action.

Go to site

This action will launch the selected SharePoint Site.

Add sub-site

To add a planned site, select the parent site node in the tree and select the Add Sub-Site action. The Plan a new SharePoint subsite dialog box will appear. Fill the options out and select OK to save. Your planned site will show up in the tree with the green plus sign icon.

Parent Site

Base Site Url from selected tree node

Relative Url

Relative Url for new site/subsite.

New Site Url

The name of the new site will be displayed in this field


Title of the new site.

Site Description:

Description of the new site.

Site Template:

SharePoint template to be used during the creation of the new site.

Inherit Top Link Bar

If checked, the new site will have the same top link bar as the parent site

Inherit Parent Permissions

If checked, the new site will have the same permissions as the parent site

Add to QuickLaunch

If checked, the parent's "Sites" QuickLaunch group will have a link to the newly provisioned site added.

Enable Site TreeView

If checked, the new site will have a the TreeView control enabled in the left side navigation pane.

Additional Administrators

This button opens the Additional Administrators dialog box. Add users that you want defined as Administrators of the new SharePoint site. If none are added, only the user who runs the migration job will be defined as an administrator.

Provision planned sites

To perform the actual site provisioning of sites and subsites, select the site node that you want to start from and select the Provision Planned Sites action. Upon selecting the action to provision the site, the Subsite Provisioning Task dialog box is displayed.

This dialog box gives you the details of the sites that will be provisioned and the options that you chose for the sites. You have the option to provision the planned child subsites by checking the Provision all Child Subsites check box.

You also have the option to run this action in the background as a task. To do this, select the Run task in background check box. Once the provisioning process begins, status information is displayed in the progress bar. You can also view the detailed status of the provisioning job by viewing the corresponding task record in the Tasks view. Open the task to view the results of the process as well as any errors or warnings. For more information, see Task history.

If deselected, this action will run in the foreground with the task properties dialog box displaying progress, status and logs.

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