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You could use granular backup/restore from Central Administration. You can also copy all SharePoint Files and Folders Using PowerShell, here is a script will allow you to copy an entire document library, along with user-defined metadata from one site collection to another. As a workaround try this: Create a blank destination List or Document Library. Go ...


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It is the limitation of the export and import command. But there are couple of things you can try use 3rd party tools, which preserve the metadata while moving the contents.i.e sharegate or metalogix if it is with in same site then use content structure option to move the list i am not sure but garylapoint has custom powershell commands for export n ...


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Make sure that you have already added the site URL to compatibility view and local intranet sites, if it is not working , try to use another browser ! to make sure that the problem is not related to sharepoint


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What version of Internet Explorer are you using? This functionality works fine for me on IE 11 (in and out of compatibility mode). Also, are you using the List tab in the ribbon and the "Export to Excel" option there? Its possible it is also an issue with the number of rows you're exporting, how many items are in the list?


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According to the options present in the command line the import may not work. So, add or remove options untill it works: Import-SPWeb https://test.mywebsite.com/another_site/test -Path "export.cmp" Import-SPWeb https://test.mywebsite.com/another_site/test -Path "export.cmp" -Force Import-SPWeb https://test.mywebsite.com/another_site/test -Path "export.cmp" -...


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I found another way to export a web part. There is a hidden page in SharePoint that takes a couple of query strings for the web part Id and the page URL and generates a file with the exported web part. You can get the web part Id from the HTML source of the page. http://yourwebsite.com/_vti_bin/exportwp.aspx?pageurl=http://yourwebsite.com/Pages/...


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With Microsoft Access you can link all 3 SharePoints lists, built a Query and Export whatever you want


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There is not direct out of the box way to do this. One option is Export first list to Excel Now change the connection name to List1 Export second list to Excel. Here choose new WorkSheet instead of WorkBook Change the connection name to List2 Export third list to Excel and choose new WorkSheet Change the connection name to List3 Now you can use Excel ...


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Roshan, I was reviewing the code which you have shared, there is a line where you need to do the modification. The below code is in the solution you posted, you need to change the ".xls" to ".xlsx" from the excelFilename with Path. This should resolve the issue with Excel version you are having. string excelFileName = string.Format(@"D:\SPListData\...



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