This tab allows you to define the columns for the Content Type. Any site columns that do not already exist in the target site will be created during the provisioning of the Content Type. Then the new or existing site columns will be added to the target content type.
If a Content Type column already exists with the same name but the Type is different, an exception will be issued.
If the column has Is Title Field set to true, the current Title column will be renamed in the Content Type definition.
If a Site column already exists on the target site that has the same name but the Type is different, Migrator for Notes to SharePoint will create a new Site column and add it to the Content Type definition.
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 ).
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 ), may have been added while specifying the for a particular database, or may have been assigned automatically based on database classes (see ).
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 that may be edited by selecting the Properties action.
To add a planned site, select the parent site node in the tree and select the Add Sub-Site action. The 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.
NOTE: This option can be enabled/disabled manually in SharePoint after a site is created by altering the Site Actions > Site Settings > Tree View setting.
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.