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Migrating Oracle Content to SharePoint

Posted on 2014-02-04
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Hello,

I have an Oracle Collaboration Suite (OCS) system with a significant volume of data. I am looking to figure out the best way to migrate content to SharePoint 2010, ideally maintaining structure and tagging. I recognize there is a lot that won't transfer - custom Java code, for example, will need to be rewritten.

I was curious if there were any tools or scripts that might exist to assist in migrating content from OCS to SharePoint.

Thanks,
Joseph Irvine
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What, if anything, have you looked into so far?
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Not sure there would be a script and I'm not sure if it's something you'd want to attempts alone.
My advice would be to contact a Microsoft partner and see what they can/have done for others.
avepoint, metalogix spring to mind.

Here's something that could be a start
http://www.avepoint.com/oracle-stellent-sharepoint-migration-docave
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We have looked at a number of products, including AvePoint. None have direct support for Oracle Collaboration Suite (OCS).

Most products just suggest iterating the content out to the file system and then migrating that. We are looking for something more comprehensive, however.

Thanks,
Joseph Irvine
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