I am trying to migrate from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010. My company's current setup has seen very limited use because we have previously been a mulitple-content-management provider shop, but there are some content items we wish to re-use.
We also want to completely redesign our SharePoint setup to better suit the needs of our business, and the various departments.
My problem, therefore, is the seeming fact that you can apparently EXPORT granular backups down to the list and document library level, but when you try to IMPORT those lists, it gives you static.
Database-Attach upgrade MOSS2007 content databases into a SharePoint 2010 web application
In Central Administration | Backup and Restore | Granular Backup: Export a site or list, choosing whichever list from a site that has content in it.
in PowerShell, attempt the command Import-SPWeb -identity <url|GUID> -path <location of .cmp file created above> -force -verbose
I have attempted looking up the list in the content database for the new site to find its GUID, and also putting the URL of the list, down to the .aspx page it is viewed at.
So at this point I am wondering if what I am trying to accomplish is even possible with out-of-the-box SP2010 functionality. Is it? If not I ask the universe "wh
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