kandi X-RAY | migration-tools Summary
kandi X-RAY | migration-tools Summary
This tool is designed to assist you in migrating data from supported SQL databases to a NuoDB database. Use nuodb-migrator dump, nuodb-migrator load, nuodb-migrator schema to copy, normalize, and load data from an existing database (NuoDB or 3rd party) to a NuoDB database. With the command-line interface, domain administrators will be able to perform the following database backup and migration tasks:.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Extracts the triggers
- Get the trigger body from a string
- Extract group from a value
- Returns the value of the field
- Returns the column name for the given field
- Writes the given object to the disk
- Checks whether a result set is a primary key
- Compares this instance with the specified information
- Sets the value
- Reads the value of the given byte array
- Returns a DateTime equivalent to the given TimeZone
- Reads the next value from the stream
- Read values from the stream
- Add jdbc types
- Write values
- Translates the specified column
- Unwraps a Clob value
- Adds the help
- Outputs this table
- Returns the scripts for the given sequence
- Extract fields from the ResultSet
- Returns the query
- Fetches raw values from the ResultSet
- Initializes the backup loader
- Outputs the help information
- Extracts the resultset from the supplied ResultSet
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I try to migrate a process from one azure devops org to another with the Azure DevOps Migration Tool.
In the answer for this question it is said if you run this command
migration.exe init --options Full you get the complete configuration options that are available. But in the created configuraition file I can't find a processor for the process migration.
In your GitHub documentation there are hints that it should be possible, so I am a little confused.
If I compare the version number and the release date (on the sites) then it seems they have the same version.
In the code from GitHub I found the ProcessDefinitionProcessor and tryed to find the correct configuration. At the end i got this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 22:22
The Azure DevOps Migration tools does not migrate the Process, just the Work Items.
You can use the Microsoft project
process-migrator to migrate the process.
I am testing the azure-devops-migration-tools and have create a project using https://azuredevopsdemogenerator.azurewebsites.net/ (Parts Unlimited). I have generated the configuration.json and changed the Source and Target so I can test a migration, but I'm getting errors while migrating Work Items....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-03 at 09:22
I found a possible solution. I have created a custom process, change the process from the projects to this new one and add a new field. This is the field I'm using on the configuration.json and now I'm able to migrate work items
I am trying to figure out how to use the TeamSettingsProcessor to migrate teams between two Azure DevOps Server Projects. At first, I tried the configuration stated in the GitHub docs page:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-13 at 00:58
I use their migrator quite often and I took a look into your issue.
I was able to replicate your issue exactly. When I dug into the exception, it looks like they changed their implementation of the TfsTeamSettingsProcessorOptions to not use the Source and Target nodes, despite this configuration being in their documentation.
What you'll need to do is update your TfsTeamSettingsProcessorOptions to point to named TfsEndpoints configured within the Endpoints array using SourceName and TargetName attributes.
It would look something like this in your case:
I work with azure-devops-migration-tools version 184.108.40.206.
I am trying to migrate an AZDO project to AZDO.
I created the same methodology structure on the source project, as on the target project.
But the process of migrating work items is entering a disastrous stage.
Here are the logs...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-23 at 09:08
This issue is solved in this ticket on github. I post the answer here. So it would be helpful for other members who get the same issue to find the solution easily.
In the configuration file, language maps are invalid:
I've got the Azure DevOps Migration Tools setup to where it looks like everything is coming over correctly, with one exception. When in-line links to work items are brought over the link still references the old project instead of the new one. I'm assuming that I'm missing some attribute that is telling the tool to still reference the source project but I can't for the life of me find said attribute.
Example: There are 2 projects,: "Test Source Project" and "Test Target Project" When "Test Source Project" gets migrated to "Test Target Project" the links in "Test Target Project" still reference the original task in "Test Source Project." Below is a screenshot of what I'm referencing.
I'm expecting the link to be: https://dev.azure.com/Company/Test%20Target%20Project/_workitems/edit/75
The version I am on is 8.9 and here's my config:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-23 at 14:10
The tool does not update inline links.
This is an implementation issue as we migrate by iterating through all of the existing work items. For integrated links we can just add links to work items that exist in the target, and it will add from both ends once the other item is added.
For example if we are migrating 1, 2, 3 and 1, 2 reference 3 then:
- #1 is migrated and no links are added as #3 does not exist
- #2 is migrated and no links are added as #3 does not exist
- #3 is migrated and links are added to #1 and #2
At the point of adding #3 and creating the links there is no way to know which work items have inline links to any other work items.
Ideas for fixing
OK, so that's how the tool currently works, so I am imagining a fix. Ther could be an option "RefactorInlineLinks" that parsed any description that it encountered and fixed the link if it was in scope for the migration.
However this would only work as a second pass after the migration was completed and all of the work items that will exist do exist.
By using VstsSyncMigrator Tool, I have successfully migrated the work items from one Azure Devops organization to another ( Agile based process). In my case all the open work items are migrated rather than the closed one. But I need to migrate the closed one also. How could I do with the same (migrate the closed work items)?
Below is my Json file. How can I do the migrate of closed work items?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-06 at 18:50
You should be able to remove the
[Microsoft.VSTS.Common.ClosedDate] = '' condition from the QueryBit object of the WorkItemMigrationConfig processor. In your specific case, I would change the line to the following.
Version 8.9.2 - when I run an Azure DevOps to Azure DevOps migration using base Scrum process (modified with inherited process that adds ReflectedWorkItemId to WITs), I observe save exceptions for a small percentage of the work-items during migration. After migration, I find empty work-items created with no title. Example:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-14 at 09:22
After reviewing the documentation, I found the SkipToFinalRevisedWorkItemType configuration element for the VstsSyncMigrator.Engine.Configuration.Processing.WorkItemMigrationConfig processor. The docs are a bit cryptic, but I tried setting this configuration element to true and found it eliminated the save exceptions, resulting in successful migration and no blank-titled work-items.
I searched all issues and did not find mention of the SkipToFinalRevisedWorkItemType except in one closed issue that included a configuration.json listing.
If the intended functionality of the SkipToFinalRevisedWorkItemType is to address this Save exception, I would suggest a documentation update to indicate that work-item types that were changed will fail to save when replaying revisions unless SkipToFinalRevisedWorkItemType is set to true. Ideally, a code update that resulted in more graceful/informative exception handling would be added, if not functionality that could successfully navigate work-item type changes when replaying revisions.
If none of those options are possible at present, then this issue can be closed to serve as nominal documentation.
I've been working on migrating all of the work items from one Azure DevOps (Services) project to another project in the same Organization.
I used the nkdAgility azure-devops-migration-tools to successfully copy the majority of existing work items across, but it did not grab our Shared Queries.
I played around with the Azure Rest API in powershell to list the queries. I also looked at the AZ CLI suite to see if there was a way to list the queries. I was able to find a couple at the root level, but it was not the entire list of Shared Queries.
Is this possible to accomplish through either of the above methods?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-18 at 19:48
My Google-fu was strong today! Here's a link to a script that does almost exactly what I want.
Migrate Azure DevOps work items queries to a new organization
The only difference is that I am staying within my Organization, so making mods accordingly. Also, the Azure Rest API has probably evolved a bit since the original script was written, so I am updating the requests to handle that.
Thanks Josh Kewley!
I migrate the project from Azure DevOps to Azure DevOps using azure-devops-migration-tools tool v8.9.2.
Is it possible to not migrate the build links?
See the screenshot bellow what I mean build links.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-13 at 09:04
Since it is not posible to migrate the build history it is not posible to migrate build links. It would probably be better if those links were not migrated at all to prevent the red.
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You can use migration-tools like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the migration-tools component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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