Hi everyone, anyone waiting on this feature should now go to https://aka.ms/spmt and install the public preview for this feature to be able to try it out and provide feedback.Amit Chhatbar commented
We are migrating content from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint Online.
We have two document libraries in team site with 33436 and 33416 documents in team site libraries.
We have one document library with 27010 documents in Document Centre site.
We are using following power shell command to migrate data: This command does not migrate all documents, it just copy some data into SharePoint Online. Please let me know what are the other ways to achieve this?
Run on SharePoint 2010 PowerShell
$SourUrl = "Site URL"
$itemUrl = "Library Path"
$path = "E:\Migration API\Sources\AuthCodeReview"
Export-SPWeb -Identity $SourUrl -ItemUrl $itemUrl -Path $path -NoFileCompression -IncludeVersions all -Verbose
Run this on SharePoint online PowerShell
$cred = get-credential
$TargetWebUrl = "<Target SPO Site URL>"
$TargetDocumentLibraryPath = "AuthCodeReview"
$SourceFilesPath = "E:\Migration API\Sources\AuthCodeReview"
$outputPackagePath = “E:\Migration API\Sources\AuthCodeReview"
ConvertTo-SPOMigrationTargetedPackage –SourceFilesPath $SourceFilesPath -SourcePackagePath $SourceFilesPath -outputPackagePath $outputPackagePath -TargetWebUrl $TargetWebUrl -TargetDocumentLibraryPath $TargetDocumentLibraryPath -Credentials $cred -Verbose
Invoke-SPOMigrationEncryptUploadSubmit -SourceFilesPath $SourceFilesPath -SourcePackagePath $outputPackagePath -Credentials $cred -TargetWebUrl $targetWebUrl
Get-SPOMigrationJobStatus -TargetWebUrl $TargetWebUrl -Credentials $cred
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