XPlica for SharePoint 2010 enables SharePoint list migration across your SharePoint 2007 / 2010 farms. XPlica supports migration of documents, document metadata properties, list items and associated metadata (including file attachments) from one SharePoint list to another. XPlica migrates SharePoint lists (including document & picture libraries), list items, folders, documents, version histories and metadata to the desired destination SharePoint server. You can perform migration of list contents from SharePoint 2003 / 2007 farms to SharePoint 2007 / 2010 farms.
Here are some key feautures:
Migrate folders, list items, files and metadata
Migrate folders, list items and documents along with metadata to another SharePoint list based on the contents selected by the user using XPlica's explorer like interface.
Migrate contents using a batch descriptor file
Migrate folders, list items and documents along with metadata to another SharePoint list based on the sequential entries in the batch descriptor file.
Update metadata using external metadata reference file
Associate new metadata properties, including document name, custom column values etc. for each document or list item version, using the values specified in the metadata reference file. This feature is extremely useful for metadata cleansing before migrating the list contents to the new SharePoint location.
Retain original metadata
XPlica propagates the original metadata of documents and list items, including Created Date, Last Modified Date, Created By (Author), Modified By (Editor), Content Approval Status, and Approval Comments fields and assigns it to the respective system columns in the new SharePoint list. This feature is extremely useful if you like to retain the original metadata values in the respective SharePoint columns.
XPlica migrates all versions (version history) or user specified document / list item versions along with its corresponding metadata to the destination SharePoint list.
XPlica creates migration tasks and maintains task history in a task oriented interface. Create a scheduled task or store the task settings and manually run the task on-demand. Keep track of all migration tasks performed using XPlica. Task Manager internally uses the familiar Windows Task Scheduler to run migration tasks at different time intervals - daily, monthly, weekly etc.
Run migration tasks from the command line (DOS prompt) or automate to run in a scheduled manner using the Windows Task Scheduler interface.