Migrate MOSS 2007 Search to SharePoint 2010

Posted on 2012-08-31
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I have MOSS 2007 migration requirement with around 1500 site collections.Each site collection has its own custom content types,search metadatas and scopes defined.
Q1.How can I migrate the search with custom metadata mapping into SharePoint 2010.
Q2.Also is there a method by which the MOSS 2007 content types can be mapped with Managed Metadata terms during Migration?
It would be really helpful if someone can provide me with a guidance on planning these migrations and the right approach
Question by:jlaxmi
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Justin Smith earned 1500 total points
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Microsoft released a tool specific to upgrading enterprise search from 2007 to 2010: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff828776.aspx

As for your second question, the answer is "no".

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