5 - Introduction to Migration Tasks

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Details for migration tasks vary depending on your source system - please select your source from the options below.

 

Meridio Source

To create migration task, select source container/folder and map it to target Site collection/Site/Library/Folder and create migration task using the create task menu on Ribbon or simply drag source folder/container on to target site/library/folder. The migration tasks are located at the bottom of the main window, and designed to display the mapped source and target containers.

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Create Migration Task screen shows different task settings which will help users to

  1. Create task using default task settings
  2. Create Task using existing migration task
  3. Create Task using exported tasks settings

 

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Fileshare Source

To create migration task, select source container/folder and map it to target Site collection/Site/Library/Folder and create migration task using the create task menu on Ribbon or simply drag source folder/container on to target site/library/folder. The migration tasks are located at the bottom of the main window, and designed to display the mapped source and target containers.

 

Create Migration Task screen shows different task settings which will help users to

  1. Create task using default task settings
  2. Create Task using existing migration task
  3. Create Task using exported tasks settings

 

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Oracle UCM Source

The migration tasks are located at the bottom of the main window, and designed to display the mapped source and target containers.

To create a new migration task, first select the source Oracle UCM container that you wish to migrate. To select an Oracle UCM container, expand the tree in “Source Connections” pane and select the container you want to migrate. The different types of containers that can be selected for migration are:

  • Site or a specific Content Type within a Site
  • Contribution Folder
  • Folio

Similarly expand the “Target Connections” tree, and select appropriate target container within which you want the source items to be migrated.

To create migration tasks, simply drag and drop the source container (e.g. Folder) on to target container (e.g. Document library). Alternatively select the containers and use the ribbon “Create” remove.png command button.

This will create a new migration task and launch the settings screen where you can specify settings like: content type mapping settings, metadata mapping settings, general settings, content type structure mapping settings and user mapping settings for that particular Migration Task.


All the created migration tasks are listed in the "Migration Tasks" pane.

 

You can remove migration tasks by selecting a task from migration tasks pane and clicking on “Remove” remove.png command button in the ribbon. This will delete all the records of that migration task from database.

 

The settings for an existing migration task can be edited by clicking on the Settings icon settings.png. To navigate to the Execution view, you can click on the Execute icon against a task. Alternatively, you can select the Execute tab on the ribbon control and then select the task in the Execution view.

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