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Hi,

SharePoint 2013 migration from DDN (dot net nuke),
What are procedure,
steps, checklist for migration from Nuke to sharepoint 2013.

Any suggestion Appreciated/-
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What are you trying to migrate? For example; look and feel, content in libraries, custom code, forms, lists or databases?

These are two totally different products there is no straight forward migration as such.

Good luck
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Hi,
Nuke is free product like Joomla-but based on .Net F/W.

While SharePoint is also .Net based product.

So what is difference for migration.

Pls suggest.
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Here is a good link that describes the differences between Dot Net Nuke and SharePoint:

http://weblogs.asp.net/bsimser/archive/2006/01/31/437023.aspx

Although they are both based on .Net as you say, they are two totally different architectures. Think about this, houses are made of wood from trees. That is where the similarities end. So again, I ask what do you want to migrate. Data? Content? Look and feel? WHAT you want to migrate is an important of the puzzle. If you want to simply "convert" a DNN web portal to SharePoint, that is not a simple undertaking and might not be possible without a total recoding of the web portal.

 Hope that helps!
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