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Use Backup-SPSite and Restore-SPSite Backup-SPSite -Identity "https://oldwebapp/sites/sitetomove" -Path "C:\Backup\sitetomove.bak" Restore-SPSite -Identity "https://newwebapp/sites/newsite" -Path "C:\Backup\sitetomove.bak"
You cannot make changes to a already compiled WSP file. You need to have the Visual Studio Project instead. This Visual Studio Project packages all the assets to a WSP add the compiled dlls and every thing else. I highly recommend tho read the basic information on the MSDN Create SharePoint Solutions first.
The wsp does not contain the sln. You can rename it to cab and extract it as you already mentionend. After extracting it you the the whole Content. Nothing else is included in the wsp.
Sorry, but this doesn't sound quite right. A staging environment should match the configuration of the prod environment. I wouldn't just tell someone to create a staging environment, I'd give them the script that configured prod so they could just run the script to duplicate the environment. Without the script, you'd at least need to know the service pack ...
No, you cannot. You must upgrade first to 2010. Technet: You cannot upgrade directly from the server products in the Office 2007 release to SharePoint 2013. The changes between versions are too great, and the hardware requirements differ so much between versions that a direct upgrade is not possible or supported. However, you can perform a ...
This ended up being an easy fix. For a more complete answer, I want to mention that this was happening on a MySite collection. I activated the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure and SharePoint Server Publishing features at the MySite site collection level. That brought back most of the missing apps for all MySite users. The last issue was the ...
I know this is old, but I was also frustrated, that nobody had done this before. I decided to write my migration script in powershell. If you ever need something like this again, give it a try: http://memyselfandbenchase.blogspot.de/2015/07/migrate-your-wordpress-blog-to.html Hope it helps someone else. Here is the script. Sorry that it is so long. ...
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