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We recently upgraded SharePoint 2007 SP2 farm to SharePoint 2010 farm uisng in-place upgrade. The upgrade was successful execept the Wiki pages library pages showing unusal behavior.
All the content in Wiki pages library under the SP 2007 site were upgraded to Wiki pages library under the same site after upgrade to SP 2010. But the WIKI tool bar is not showing the Edit button on Wiki pages and hence the Wiki content is non editable.
We did not receive any error or informtaional message in the pre-upgradecheck on prior to upgrade.
I would highly appreciate if some could help get the issue resolved.
We've been running MOSS 2007 for a few years now and have built up a Wiki.
I am now investigating the migration to SharePoint 2010, I've used the database attach method to copy across our Intranet site collection to a development SharePoint 2010 install (this includes our Wiki).
This works except for an error under the "Recent Changes" heading and the new 2010 Enterprise Wiki features are not available.
What I'm trying to find out is if there is a way to either upgrade the Wiki sub-site or migrate the Wiki data into a new 2010 Wiki sub-site that I can swap for the live one.
I've tried to just copy the items from the "Wiki Pages" list of the imported sub-site to the "Pages" list of a new 2010 Wiki sub-site, but they then just appear as "ASP.Net pages" and don't display the Wiki content.
I've also tried a couple of the commercial migration tools but these also just seem to copy the aspx files and leave them not viewable.
Thanks in advance
I am currently trying to build a wiki for our users in Sharepoint 2010, but there is one particular item I just can't get right. The table of content...
I am aware of the web part TOC, but this one can't be configured to display headers for an individual page only. Instead it insist on displaying all my navigation links, for all my sites, which is quite unnecessary since they are already displayed in
the navigation pane to the left.
Is there a way to create a TOC as you see on any other normal wiki page, so it would end up looking similar to my example below?
[SITE Header Example]
1.1 Subject 1
1.2 Subject 2
2. Header 2
2.1 Subject 3 and so on...
Then the TOC should be placed in top and look similar to this.
2.1 Subject 3
Can this be done, or would it require any 3rd party plugins?
I'm a bit baffled that the build in web part isn't more configurable, since I would have guessed that MS actually would have looked at other wiki pages to see how it is done, before adding their own templates? But maybe I am missing the obvious