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Post migration upgraded alerts are not working

Posted on 2013-05-13
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I have upgraded my sites from MOSS 2007 to SP2010 by database attach process.Post upgrade the alerts are not working.....

When i createda freah alerts on sp2010 same upgraded site it works....But the old migrated alerts are not working.....

Please help...I tried few powershell cmds fro refreshing the alerts but coundnt help....

Please assist..

Thanks in advance..
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by:Justin Smith
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Did your site URL's change with the upgrade?
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Yes my URL changed but there is one easier way i found using powershell script.... below is the sample....

Invoke-AlertFixup -site http://Server/Sites/abc -oldurl http://xyz.abc.mydomain
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by:Nitin
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The solution given by expert involve coding which is not adviceable incase of production. Moreover, we should always look for a OOTB solution before going for coding... I observer this very offten in this site....
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