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  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 10

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx Here is the full project from this effort: http://www.codeplex.com/WikiMigrator
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 09

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx One of the final touches was to take care of the “but this data here is out of place”, or “this string still has the old server”, etc type complaints. You may have noticed this,...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 08

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx So there are a lot of little things to think about here. Once you start playing with this—the next one that comes to mind is… what about the images? It is a good question. I found...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 07

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx Now let us consider the next potential problem in using copy.asmx. There were some instances where I found that the copy.asmx would fail outright. One of these was when I would go...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 06

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx Now that that is done, it is time to consider some potential difficulties of this approach. First, when you use the copy.asmx, the destination file will automatically gain a property...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 05

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx Once you have gotten the source data in memory, the next step is to get it into the destination server. This is where most folks run into problems. In my exploration, I found a few...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 04

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx We just looked at using copy.asmx to get WikiField. Now let’s look at getting the field by using just lists.asmx. You may notice that the segment of code I took this from is using...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 03

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx I wrote before about how you could use lists.asmx to get the data out of a Wiki Library just like any other list type. There is one significant difference though that may not be...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 02

    Note, this series starts at http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2008/06/28/migrating-wiki-pages-remotely-part-01.aspx Before we can dig into the data itself, we need to know what is there. I built some simple functionality to enumerate the available Wiki Libraries and allow for selection. I write...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Wiki Pages Remotely – Part 01

    I was doing some work recently where I needed to move a large volume (thousands) of Wiki Pages from one server to another. The problem was that while if I begged and pleaded, I probably could have gotten local admin access to the farms, I didn’t really want to go through that if I didn’t have to. I wanted...
  • Blog Post: Using SharePoint Web Services to submit a simple search request

    Refer to http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/15/373076.aspx for setup if you are not familiar with creating a SharePoint OM application. For this entry, you may want to enable the invoke via IE capability discussed in http://blogs.msdn.com/dwinter/archive/2005/02/21/377695.aspx We'll start...
  • Blog Post: So you want to play with SharePoint web services?

    Sometimes you may want to do a quick OM call without actually writing an application. This can on occasion be done using the existing web services. Not every call allows for it--but many do, and you might just find yourself in a situation where you can use this. Here's what I'm talking about. If you...
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