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I have around 300 files missing in my test site during data migration. What is the best possible way to do this?

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  1. Export both libs to Excel paying extra attention to view settings
  2. Merge two Excel sheets' data
  3. Sort & apply conditional formatting to color duplicates

This way you'll see that every file that is not present in both locations breaks the color pattern

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  • Thank you Aziz, but I have not purchased license for Microsoft Excel to export the libraries. All I have is Libre Office. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
    – Abishek
    Feb 18 '16 at 7:44
  • Take a look at gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Get-detail-report-of-all-b29ea8e2 - this will produce 1 csv file per site. Same idea - get two files, merge them manually (in notepad), pipe to Select -Unique Feb 18 '16 at 7:57
  • Unfortunately mine is a office 365 site. Heard it is not possible to include powershell script in office 365 sites.
    – Abishek
    Feb 18 '16 at 8:10
  • Oh, didn't notice the tag, sorry. Then apps like store.office.com/app.aspx?assetid=WA104047994 may be useful, but I know nothing about the quality of 3d-party apps. Be careful. Actually it's easier to run Excel in trial mode in some VM, you know Feb 18 '16 at 9:01
  • Yea I was able to export my library to excel by logging to remote machine which has excel installed. Thank you Aziz.
    – Abishek
    Feb 19 '16 at 12:58
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  1. Create/Switch to a view that shows all records

  2. From List tab click on Quick Edit:
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    Note: In SharePoint 2010 it is available with "Datasheet View" name, also you need to be IE browser to have this option available.

  3. Now you can select rows and columns and copy using Ctrl+C.

  4. Paste it in any application that supports CSV.

Repeat same for other Library and now you can compare.

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