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LiveLink to SharePoint Migration Mapper

helps in LiveLink to SharePoint content migration to reorganize and clean up the file and folder names and to reorganize the content. The solution hides the complexity of migrations for the business and content owners which have to migrate thousands of documents.

The real benefit is the support of delta migrations of reorganized content. Means auto remapping if the business doesn't migrate the content 1:1.

To help the clean up of folder and file names, the tools supports with Search & Replace with regex support.


That tool helps in LiveLink to SharePoint content migration to reorganize and clean up the file and folder names and to reorganize the content.

The application supports you in complex document migrations and helps the content owner to map the content from a LiveLink bases system to a SharePoint based system.

The mapping is virtual, based on a content structure export of the Tzunami LiveLink Exporter.

The application supports with:

- Load and save the project in a SharePoint Dashboard site
- Store migration statistics
- SharePoint based role model, configurable via SharePoint groups
- Central storage of configuration files
- Map the content via Drag&Drop
- Real delta migration support, automatic mapping of updated files in a delta migration
- Manuel Change & Modify of file or folder names
- Validate the mapping based on configurable configuration
- Resolve unsupported URL characters for files & folders with Search&Replace, RegEx support
- Export the new structure to process in tzunami Deployer to move to SharePoint
- Configurable Target template definitions (as you have as SharePoint templates)
- Redirector export for redirector module in LiveLink
- Spot Test generator (with test coverage)
- Admin and Migration role support
- Auto update to rollout a new version, incl. rollout tracking
- .Net framework 3.5 and Win-Form based
- No installation needed, copy and execute the exe

If you feel the tool helps you in all matters and save your time and effort, feel free to donate us some cups of coffee and donuts to survive in the world of source-code :-) 

 

Last edited Mar 6, 2015 at 12:15 PM by futajma, version 2