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Editcmsmigrationprofile: Stsadm operation (Office SharePoint Server)

SharePoint 2007

Updated: April 26, 2007

Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007

Updated: 2007-04-26

Operation name: Editcmsmigrationprofile

Edits a migration profile by providing a profile name, database server name, database name, and database user name.

ImportantImportant:

This operation is case-sensitive. If you run the operation by using an uppercase "E", the following error message is displayed: "Windows SharePoint Services administration tool has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."

Syntax

stsadm -o editcmsmigrationprofile

   -profilename <profile name>

   [-description] <description>

   [-connectionstring] <connection string>

   [-databaseserver] <server>

   [-databasename] <name>

   [-databaseuser] <user name>

   [-databasepassword] <password>

   [-auth] <authentication type>

   [-emailto] <e-mail addresses>

   [-emailon]

   [-excludeschema]

   [-keeptemporaryfiles]

   [-enableeventreceivers]

Parameters

Parameter (short name)

Value

Required?

Description

profilename

A valid profile name, such as "Profile1"

Yes

Name of the migration profile

description

A valid description, such as "This is my description"

No

Description of the migration profile

connectionstring

No

Provides the information to connect to the Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 database, including the server name, database name, user name, password, and authentication type.

databaseserver (ds)

A valid database server, such as "Databaseserver1"

Yes

Database server that hosts the Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 database and that contains the content to be migrated

NoteNote:

The name of the database must be for an installation of Microsoft Content Management Server 2002.

databasename (dn)

A valid database name, such as "Databasename1"

Yes

Database name on the server for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 from which the content will be migrated

databaseuser (du)

Yes

Database user name to access the Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 database

databasepassword

No

Database password for the user

auth

Any one of the following values:

  • Windows authentication

  • SQL authentication

No

Specifies the authentication type. By default, Windows authentication is enabled.

emailto

A valid e-mail address in the form: someone@example.com

No

When the migration job is finished, sends a notification of success or failure to a list of e-mail addresses. Use semicolons to separate multiple e-mail addresses.

emailon

Any one of the following values:

  • Success

  • Failure

  • None

  • Both

No

Use with the -emailto parameter. Sends a notification of success, failure, none (never send e-mail), or both to a list of e-mail addresses.

excludeschema

<none>

No

With this option, content types will not be included in the migration package; instead, the content types at the destination will be used. This is valid with both incremental and full migrations, providing that at least one full migration has been done without this option (first) and an incremental migration with this option (second).

NoteNote:

By default, a schema is included and the -excludeschema parameter can only be used after a full migration.

keeptemporaryfiles

Any one of the following values:

  • Never

  • Always

  • Failure

No

Specifies whether the temporary exported files should be removed after migration.

enableeventreceivers

Any one of the following values:

  • Yes

  • No

No

Enables or disables event tracking.

For performance reasons, by default, the enableeventreceivers parameter is disabled during the import process. However, if a case exists where the events need to be captured (for example, if you have a third-party Web Part that relies on these events), this parameter can be enabled to track the events.

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