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SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Advanced Migration Scenarios white

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Overview

*Support Note For the Single Workspace with Complex Document Libraries
scenario to work, you must have the latest hotfix for Spin.exe. At the time
of publication, this hotfix was not yet available. When the hotfix is
available, it will be documented in Microsoft Knowledge Base article 839797,
which can be found at http://support.microsoft.com/.

MicrosoftR WindowsR SharePointT Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint
Portal Server 2003, the next versions of SharePoint Team Services and
SharePoint Portal Server 2001, respectively, provide easy-to-use
collaboration tools for your organization. Windows SharePoint Services is a
set of services that you can use to create and maintain many team sites, and
SharePoint Portal Server 2003 is a server product that adds features you can
use to build and manage integrated, enterprise-scale portal solutions.

This white paper describes the most common scenarios that IT professionals
encounter when migrating from SharePoint Portal Server 2001 to SharePoint
Portal Server 2003. Each scenario is accompanied by a recommended migration
approach. This white paper also introduces two new Microsoft migration
utilities: the Document Library Export Tool (Spout.exe) and the Document
Library Import Tool (Spin.exe).

The migration scenarios covered by this white paper include migrating the
following configurations to SharePoint Portal Server 2003:



1. Multiple departmental workspaces per server


2. Single workspace with complex document libraries


3. Single workspace with multiple personal dashboards


4. Corporate search site with multiple indexing servers


5. Migrating between different languages


In addition, sample code is included in the appendixes for:



* Enumerating SharePoint Portal Server 2001 personal dashboards


* Creating SharePoint Portal Server 2003 user profiles


* Creating SharePoint Portal Server 2003 personal sites


It is assumed that the reader has previous experience designing and
implementing one or more of the preceding scenarios using SharePoint Portal
Server 2001 and a basic understanding of SharePoint Portal Server 2003.

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