Hi, and welcome. This video will cover post migration synchronization in Quest's Migration Suite for SharePoint. So what we're going to do, we're going to perform an initial migration off the list from one source to a target. And then we'll go back, and then we'll make changes to the source and see how they copy across to the target.
So let's browse over here to a SharePoint 2007 site. Let's go into our deployment site. And in deployment, we should have a records list. So we've got one, two, three, four records. So let's right-click on this entire list, copy it.
And let's put this on a SharePoint 2010-- let's put it into our production site. So we'll paste it right here. So this is going to be a copy of records from source to target. We're going to click Next.
There's not much we're going to do in here. We're just going to take the defaults, everything as is. And then we are going to-- let's not copy out of the box workflows. Let's just click on Finish.
And right-click and say run the job. So reason why we are running the job. And we'll go ahead and run the job.
So this will now upgrade a list from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010. Now obviously, the main point here is post migration synchronization, irrelevant of the SharePoint version here. So we're just doing 2007-2010 as an example. All right. So it's processing.
One, two, three, four items. And let's right-click and refresh the target destination. And there the target destination now. We should see here is the records list.
Let's right-click and view it in the browser. Let's go back to the source environment, right-click on the list, and see it in the browser. So here is the target. And here's the source. Great.
So let's go back to the source, actually. And let's say add the new item. So we're going to add a new item.
And this new item will have number 40,000. Customer increment_me. Status is a prospect. Amount 30,000. And region is East. We'll put title, because I don't like the no-title thing in here.
All right. So we've added a new item. So back on the jobs history here, a few things we can do.
If I go to project mode, highlight the job, I could say run incremental and then reason why. And then run now. I could also schedule this run incremental. So I could go through the migration, build a migration job, just to run the incremental on schedule basis. I'll show you that in just a second, but we'll wait for this to complete.
OK. So it ran the incremental. And now if I come back to the target, refresh the target, we see the incremental copy is now in here.
Now I could have, when I built the job to start with-- let me just show you the interface-- I could have went back in here. Well, I could have right-clicked as well and said run incremental. Or I could have also, when I initiated the job in here, say records. And I'm moving it somewhere else.
I could have, again, scheduled this. That's the first interface. So scheduled incremental.
And then on the next screens here were the list copy options. I could have also said this is an incremental copy. Which explains it in here and says that this is basically a copy of incremental.
And then I could have run the job, or I could have scheduled the job again to run at different hours. This concludes this video. Thanks for listening in.