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I did my upgrade some site collection/s at the time, moving them in separate databases. I answered a similar question a year ago so i'm going to quote myself from that thread. While the official way to do it provided by Microsoft is to Migrate from classic-mode to claims-based authentication by converting a web application. "However, i was planning to ...


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Short answer, no. But if you use Convert-SPWebApplication, it will only migrate the identities that have not been migrated yet.


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Their are two options to migrate the site collections. Using the 3rd party tools i.e. sharegate, metalogix etc. Easy but expensive( cost you money). Database upgrade. which you tried. You need to move the site collection into own content DB( which u already did) You have to run the test-spcontentDatabase against that db to make sure nothing bad which can ...


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This is a little ambiguous depending on who you talk to. Generally, I consider migration to be moving data from point A to point B within the farm, this could be from one site collection to another. I consider archiving to be moving it out of the farm to lower tier storage, like a network share, or disposing of the content altogether. From the DBA ...


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Besides the backup and restore, you have to install all custom Solutions on the new Server which are installed on the old server, before restore. Also old and new Server should have the same patch Level. If you do a backup, restore and reattachment, the Content is naturally the same like the site when you did the backup. It contains all the sites, web and ...


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I’ve faced the same issue and nailed it down to the InlineEdit-Property of SPView. Apparently InlineEdit is not supported in 2013 and there is no option so reset/remove it via UI. I use a PowerShell script to set this property to $null on each view in every list after a site collection has been upgraded to 2013 look and feel: foreach ($web in ...


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I had a similar problem when I migrated, most noticeably with image libraries not using the new thumbnail view. I fixed it by changing the view settings. My example is for an image library but hopefully it fixes the issue for your list too. Here are the steps: From the library, click on the Library tab Click "Modify View" Scroll way down to "Style" and ...


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Check the below given informative resources that might helps you to get in more details and lets you to get this job done. Check this article which explains how plan to upgrade site collections to SharePoint 2013 Also have a look on this step by step guide on upgrading a SharePoint 2010 site to a SharePoint 2013. Moreover, If you wish you may also try ...


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You will need to create a site collection in SharePoint 2013, detach the newly created content database and then attach the 2010 content database to the site collection. SharePoint 2013 will upgrade it for you. The process is explained here http://www.orcsweb.com/blog/cory-granata/how-to-upgrade-sharepoint-2010-to-sharepoint-2013-using-database-attach/


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I did find an answer to this issue. In my particular instance, there were several issues that were cropping up, including the one above. I solved all of the issues by forcing the de-activation and activation of the fields feature and several publishing features using stsadm. Just de-activating and re-activating these features fixed the initial problems, but ...


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You could try creating the survey and then going into the list settings and Save as a template. This can then be exported, handed off, imported into the site, and then be used to create a new survey. I haven't tried a "downgrade" export like this, so I don't know for certainty if the colleague will be able to import and provision off of it.


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Through powershell you can copy the list and libraries from source site and can deploy to destination site without breaking the connection of lookup column present in lists. You can find solution in the below URL: http://sharepointvspowershell.blogspot.in/2015/08/migrate-sharepoint-list-with-its.html


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You can also use some 3-rd party tools like from ShareGate, Metalogic or Avepoint. All have many similar features. What about Pros and Cons - it's better to test all of them and find what tool is better suites your needs. Good luck!


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This is a very common behavior after the upgrade process is completed. First of all, upgrade the UI or Visual Upgrade. this will fix all the master pages and other look and feel aspects to the newer version. Check whether the site is in locked state or not, this can be done via power shell or STSADM command prompt. Reference Link Also, Finally make sure ...



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