No, you can't do the in place upgrade.only supported way is database upgrade or using 3rd party tools.
When you upgrade from SharePoint Server 2013 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)
to SharePoint Server 2016, you must use a database attach upgrade,
which means that you upgrade only the content for your environment and
not the configuration settings.
If the WSP has any assemblies in it - no.
The assemblies developed for SharePoint 2010 will be referencing the SharePoint 2010 core assemblies, and will fail when trying to load them in SharePoint 2007.
If the WSP only has XML in it, and no server side code in assemblies, it should deploy fine, given it has no Feature code that's new in 2010 (such as ...
You can use same url or change the URL at the destination farm.
If you use the old url, only thing it will take time when you point your DNS to new servers.
If you use new url:
People who bookmarked the old url will see the difficulites
if some site collections hardcoded url they will upset
or if you have custom app which use the hardcoded url then they ...
Shall we migrate directly from SP 2007 to O365 direct?
Yes, you can migrate directly from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint Online, It's not like the SharePoint On-Prem where you should first upgrade to SharePoint 2010 to can upgrade to SharePoint 2013.
If yes, Could you please list out various options available to migrate to O365 directly?
Manually copying ...
Couple of things can change the database size.
If There is any unused or white space inside the content database then during the backup and restore method database automatically shrink it.
If there is any orphan items inside the content db then during db restore method it may clear those.
There are possibility that you deleted data in SharePoint 2013 or may ...
Actually, It's an early question, where there is no any published info related to the SharePoint 2019 yet.
But what is expected based on the previous SharePoint upgrade path process,
There is no direct upgrade path from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint
2019. you should upgrade first to SharePoint 2016 then to SharePoint 2019.
Meanwhile, what I am sure,...
Looks like you're using default Update method of SPContentType when updating your content type in feature updating receiver.
To push changes to all inherited list content types, you should use another overload of the Update method, and pass true to it:
Description of the parameter from MSDN:
Yes, Service Pack 2 contains all Cummulative Updates and Hot fixes before it.. including SP1
Install SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 the right way
SharePoint Server 2010 Service Pack 2 has been released (Updated July 31st, 2013)
You could loop through all the existing sub-sites with a PowerShell script, and use the feature cmdlets to activate the feature on existing sites. Using this method you could also insert some logic/conditions to enable or not enable the new feature if that is useful.
I had the same problem when running IE on the server and opening the Central Admin URL. Went to all Programs/Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products/SharePoint 2010 Central Administration and ran that as an Administrator and had no problems adding users.
I was also able to add users when I used a workstation to add users via the URL.
When you install the executable for a Cumulative Update (CU), you have not actually upgraded your servers yet. The PSConfig.exe (Command Line), or the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard (GUI), will need to be run to upgrade both the running binaries, and make any changes to the SharePoint database schemas provided in the CU.
In this case, you have the ...
I should have checked this earlier.
I made 2 empty SharePoint projects. One 2010 and one 2013 and did a compare of the different files.
The only difference i could find was in the csproj file.
In the SP 2013 project there is a <TargetOfficeVersion>15.0</TargetOfficeVersion> property that was not present in the SP 2010 project.
I added it and ...
The search database is not a content database. You need to upgrade using the SharePoint 2010 Farm Configuration Wizard. I would run that and see where it gets you and then you can find any errors in the upgrade logs.
Here is a link to help.
•Open a command box ...
When you create a new web application, the content database associated with it is fresh in the sense that you haven't added any data to it yet. The purpose of upgrading from SP 2010 to SP 2013 is to carry over the content from SP 2010 to SP 2013. So you delete the original content database as you don't need it and attach the content database from SP 2010 to ...
Get-SPProduct -local doesn't actually return whether you are missing some updates. Instead as described in the TechNet:
Returns a list of the SharePoint-related products installed in the farm and the versions of all updates installed for each product.
However to understand why this affects the Configuration Wizard's execution the command's steps should ...
.Net 3.5 and 4 have different CLR versions and can be installed side by side on the same machines, so you can install .Net 4 on your SharePoint servers with no problem.
But code written for .Net 3.5 can't run on the new CLR without a recompile, so you can't swithch your SharePoint application pools to run .Net 4, but you may have other web sites, services, ...
We upgraded one of our 225GB content databases in roughly 4 hours so 4 days is excessive. What this actually sounds like is that one of the servers in the mix is running into severe resource issues and is having to swap to disk a lot more than it should. I'd check all the servers in the farm including the SQL server and make sure that they have adequate ...
Are you missing custom solutions in your new 2010 farm, that exist in the 2007 farm? Compare the installed features/solutions in both farms.
However, you really should upgrade to SP2. The preupgradecheck stsadm command was added in SP2 and is very good at identifying where you're going to have issues. The upgrade alone may even solve your problems.
I found the solution to this issue:
Both versions of the site definitions (14 and 15) need to be present
in respective hives at the time of performing upgrade. If either of
them is absent the error will show up.
See here for more information:
While recommended to install security updates as soon as possible, you will need to evaluate the security risk of not installing a particular security patch. This is something we will not be able to help you with.
You do not need to install the Cumulative Update if you do not wish to install it.
Yes, some non-CUs increment the farm build number due to an ...
You already found out a lot of stuff regarding security updates, CUs and version number increments. There's nothing wrong in your post, but i would like to add some comments especially to your questions:
It is valid to install security-patches for Windows including SharePoint specific security-updates (if there's one available that month). Theoretically ...
As already mentioned by others, there is no supported way to downgrade from enterprise to standard edition.
SharePoint 2013 has a configuration option called "licensing". You can enable and disable license-depended features for a group of users.
Enable licensing via PowerShell.
Assign Standard-Licenses to all of your users (...
Guidance on upgrade to SP2019 has now been published on Microsoft Docs:
Microsoft supported upgrade path is DBAttach method for Site Collections and requires an intermediate SP2016 farm:
The upgrade scenario has not changed in SharePoint ...
One of the first steps to any upgrade is to perform the Test-SPContentDatabase check against every content database in the farm. If this check finds errors, your upgrade will not complete successfully. There's no way around this; if you want a successful upgrade, you must pass both the stsadm preupgradecheck and Test-SPContentDatabase.
If the errors are ...
There is no such thing as a "typical" upgrade from 2007 to 2010. Here are some starter questions that should point you to an answer:
Is this 2007 WSS out of the box with no customizations or is it MOSS
2007 heavily customized with deep ties to other systems via the BDC?
Are they using any of the "Fab 40" templates?
How much data is this?
How much custom ...
You cannot install SharePoint 2010 WSP on a SharePoint 2007 environment, because it references the SharePoint 2010 DLL files and the package Product Version is set to 14.0.
If you got the visual studio project, you could try and downgrade the project so that it works for 2007. More information about this can be found on this blog post.
I would like to suggest getting an overview of the Application Lifecycle Management in Microsoft SharePoint 2010. This includes a section on 'Team Development Environment' (using TFS) which will be helpful in the development and deployment of app solutions across the stages (dev, testing & production). Other tools that can expedite the development ...