View a migration report

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Migration reports contain the following information about migrations:

  • Job name

  • Job description

  • Source server

  • Source database

  • Status of this run

  • Errors (number of)

  • Warnings (number of)

  • Destination server URL

  • Objects exported (number of)

  • Objects imported (number of)

  • Content size (in megabytes)

  • Migration time

  • Start time

  • End time

What do you want to do?

View a current migration report

View a historical migration report

View a current migration report

Do the following procedure to view the current report for a migration.

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Operations.

  2. On the Operations page, in the Global Configuration section, click Content Management Server Migration.

  3. On the Manage Microsoft Content Management Server Migration Profiles page, in the list of profiles, click the text (the text can vary depending on the job status) in the Status column of the profile for which you want to view the migration report. For example, if Failed appears in the status column, click Failed.

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View a historical migration report

Migrations have historical as well as current reports. The historical reports are reports of previous runs of the migration profile.

  1. On the top navigation bar, click Operations.

  2. On the Operations page, in the Global Configuration section, click Content Management Server Migration.

  3. On the Manage Microsoft Content Management Server Migration Profiles page, in the list of profiles, click View History on the menu of the migration for which you want to view a historical report.

  4. On the Migration History page, in the Migration History list, click the text (the text varies depending on the migration status) in the Status column of the migration run for which you want to view the report. For example, if Failed appears in the status column, click Failed.

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