SharePoint workflow tasks list migration to SharePoint online

In our SharePoint 2013 on-premise environment, we have Approval workflows. Using SSRS reports, we display a report, who approved those tasks in a Grid view.

Now we are migrating our complete on-premise environment to SharePoint online, and two things i understood.

1) SharePoint online doesnt have SSRS reports. 2) When migrating content, Workflow history list, being a hidden list, will not be migrated.

I am hoping if there is any way at least to migrate the complete approval task list to SharePoint online list, we can use it a source to build reports from another system list power bi or tableau or is there any better solution?

This is only for existing data for reference purpose, no new records will be added to the workflow task list.

SharePoint workflow tasks list migration to SharePoint online

In our SharePoint 2013 on-premise environment, we have Approval workflows. Using SSRS reports, we display a report, who approved those tasks in a Grid view.

Now we are migrating our complete on-premise environment to SharePoint online, and two things i understood.

1) SharePoint online doesnt have SSRS reports. 2) When migrating content, Workflow history list, being a hidden list, will not be migrated.

I am hoping if there is any way at least to migrate the complete approval task list to SharePoint online list, we can use it a source to build reports from another system list power bi or tableau or is there any better solution?

This is only for existing data for reference purpose, no new records will be added to the workflow task list.

Custom endpoint failure after 2010 to 2016 migration

I’ve upgraded sharepoint 2010 app to 2016, it has 3 custom endpoints, and one of them is this one:

namespace AuthenticationWebService {     [BasicHttpBindingServiceMetadataExchangeEndpoint]     [AspNetCompatibilityRequirements(RequirementsMode = AspNetCompatibilityRequirementsMode.Required)]     [ServiceContract]     public class AuthenticationService     {         [OperationContract]         [WebInvoke(Method = "POST",          BodyStyle = WebMessageBodyStyle.Wrapped,          ResponseFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json)]         public bool AuthenticateUser(string userName, string password)         {             return IsValidCredentials(userName, password);         }          internal static bool IsValidCredentials(string userName, string password)         {             bool isValid = false;              if (userName.IndexOf(@"\") > 0)             {                 userName = userName.Substring(userName.IndexOf(@"\") + 1);             }              string domain = SPContext.Current.Site.RootWeb.AllProperties["Authentication_Domain"].ToString();              using (PrincipalContext pc = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, domain))             {                 isValid = pc.ValidateCredentials(userName, password);             }              return isValid;         }     } } 

Simple really, just authenticates user in a few forms in order to confirm given action. This code was written for 2010 Sharepoint, and migrated to 2016 via visual studio upgrade.

Problem is, I can’t seem to properly call this endpoint in 2016, the same requests that work in 2010 gives me “400 bad request” in 2016. Any ideas?

migration sharepoint 2010 to 2013

a try to migrate site collection from sharepoint 2010 to 2013, but i can’t see my site in the new URL, i have a default SP site

PS C:\Users\svc-bpm-sysadmin> Test-SPSite -Identity http://dv55udb01/ Test-SPSite : SPSiteHealthChecker: The element 'Rule' cannot contain child element 'RegexExclusionFilters' because the parent element's content model is empty.  SPSite="http://dv55udb01"  ruleId=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000  repair=False  CompatibilityLevel=15  registrationFolderPath="C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\CONFIG\SiteHealthCheck"  registrationFileName="sitehealthofficeserverrules.xml" At line:1 char:1 + Test-SPSite -Identity http://dv55udb01/ + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~     + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (Microsoft.Share...PCmdletTestSite:    SPCmdletTestSite) [Test-SPSite], SPSiteHealthCheckerException     + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell.SPCmdletTestSite 

same error wen i try to Repair-SPSite

Thanks for help 🙂

Invalid SharePoint Online list ‘Documents’ (ErrorCode: 0x0201000D) with Migration Tool csv

When using Sharepoint Migration Tool on a language other than English to copy files to the default “Shared Documents” (or “Documents” as you are to use), it gives Invalid SharePoint Online list ‘Documents’ (ErrorCode: 0x0201000D). Whats the correct Document Library name to use?

live migration in openstack-ansible

When I try to migrate from one compute host to another, I get an error What is the reason for this error? i get same error.

compute2

2019-09-17 10:29:27.009 2371 ERROR nova.virt.libvirt.driver [-] [instance: ab64119d-d075-4c99-8687-788695711b32] Live Migration failure: Unsafe migration: Migration without shared storage is unsafe: libvirtError: Unsafe migration: Migration without shared storage is unsafe 2019-09-17 10:29:27.506 2371 ERROR nova.virt.libvirt.driver [-] [instance: ab64119d-d075-4c99-8687-788695711b32] Migration operation has aborted 2019-09-17 10:29:27.533 2371 INFO nova.compute.manager [-] [instance: ab64119d-d075-4c99-8687-788695711b32] Swapping old allocation on 0002f629-1480-4c71-b74a-eb9ca16f87d1 held by migration ae674faa-49f0-4139-8eb9-966d842d8370 for instance

compute1

2019-09-17 10:29:25.626 2261 INFO nova.virt.libvirt.imagecache [req-7455f1fa-1821-4760-a38c-80ed4a7aa95a – – – – -] image e0d82262-e5dd-46f3-8747-8bb451a11f3d at (/var/lib/nova/instances/_base/993dda6ef2a8133a22deb14a205ae0d791dbd070): checking 2019-09-17 10:29:25.627 2261 INFO os_vif [req-7dfec421-606d-4923-a8f8-b4796ffdc155 b2223e6724d441dc9ceb01e2d93c42e2 a4d7dd39e119424781ff6cc62874381e – default default] Successfully plugged vif VIFBridge(active=True,address=fa:16:3e:78:d1:a2,bridge_name=’brqb8d9540b-30′,has_traffic_filtering=True,id=65ef51ba-8e72-44a2-9f45-ac3aa0ad2225,network=Network(b8d9540b-307c-490d-a99b-7ce565065a11),plugin=’linux_bridge’,port_profile=,preserve_on_delete=False,vif_name=’tap65ef51ba-8e’) 2019-09-17 10:29:25.665 2261 INFO nova.virt.libvirt.imagecache [req-7455f1fa-1821-4760-a38c-80ed4a7aa95a – – – – -] Active base files: /var/lib/nova/instances/_base/993dda6ef2a8133a22deb14a205ae0d791dbd070

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SP 2010 Site Collection Migration to SP 2013 On-Prem to SP 2016 On-Prem to SP 2019 On-Prem | Moving from Classic to Modern Pages

I am new to an organization that is making the move from SP 2010 to SP 2013 to SP 2016 to SP 2019. These are all on-premise versions. The site collection has almost 3500 sites. There are lots of customizations – webparts that include more content editors that point to both jquery and html files.

For testing purposes, a team upgraded from SP 2010 to SP 2013. Nothing broke – yet. My concern is when they migrate to SP 2016, and the modern pages are turned on – content editor webpart does not exist in modern pages – SPFx rules. What happens on those pages where content editor webparts have been used for purposes of pointing to files? Is there a document for the best practices?

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