Content Migration Package Explorer

Now, that you have exported content from SharePoint, and just before you import it into another farm, you may want to take a look at the exported package. If you do – you may want to use the CMP Explorer, which is attached by the end of this article. Alternatively, you could use any of your favorite XML editors 🙂 Background…

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A little GUID picker

While nowhere near the SharePoint Explorer, the below attached little GUID picker turned out to be quite useful for a quick peek at SharePoint 2007 lists’ / views’ GUIDs. No need to deploy on the server. Using SharePoint’s web services it can run remotely. Disclaimer This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties. Use of included utilities are subject…

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Content Migration API in Action

Content deployment works well when a clear connection between the source farm and the destination farm is always available. However, a reliable, functional connection between a source authoring farm and a destination production farm is not always available. For example, geographic barriers, firewalls that prevent access, or network outages are all situations in which using…

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stsadmWin 2007 is here

One of the most frequently used utilities in SharePoint (2007 as well as 2003) is STSADM. Although highly improved in 2007, it maintains backward compatible with 2003 syntax. As STSADM is a command line utility, and the command-line is somewhat limited compared to Windows GUI, especially when it comes to non-English usage, there is a…

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