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I have a requiremement in my project that i need to pull the document in Sharepoint 2007 document library and need to add it in Sharepoint 2010 document library. I have already developed that puuling the document to Shared location and adding it to Sharepoint 2010 document library by using "Client Object Model". But here i didn't get any idea on how to get and add document from 2007 to 2010.

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  • This has to be done programmatically without user input? Or drag and drop? Can you use server-side code or it has to be through web services?
    – Louis
    Jun 29, 2012 at 11:37

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Done with using Webservice. Created a intermediate folder in the file system and updating it to sharepoint 2010 site immediatly. No body can remove that folder in the runtime because it is use:). After that there is no problem by removing the folder:). Done this by using Win-forms.

Regards, Suresh Pydi

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For downloading

Download Documents FROM Moss 2007 using C#

For Uploading

Uploading Documents to SHarepoint 2010

Another Post

I mean it just take few searches on Google and yu can find these scripts easily then why asking other to search them for you :)

Cheers

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  • Hi, I don't want any intermediate process over here. Just need to Move from Source to destination. I mean Sharepoint 2007 to sharepoint 2010. I already got this links from google. But i didn't get any thing related to Directly moving to Sharepoint 2007 to sharepoint 2010 document library.
    – suresh
    Jun 29, 2012 at 8:39
  • why do you mean by directly ? Jun 29, 2012 at 8:44
  • How come i'll accept dude....I didn't get any proper answer for questions ;-)
    – suresh
    Jun 29, 2012 at 8:51
  • If you dont get proper answers then how did you solved your previous questions and moved forwarded, you should answer your own question as well if you find a answer or solved your problem somehow, you can't keep asking question over questions and dont accept any answer or give answers yourself :) Jun 29, 2012 at 9:27

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