Rich Gizzie

Are there any issues with this upgrade besides the custome things that were created in front page or any other wed designer

Thanks

Rich



Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion Upgrading SharePoint 2003 to 2007

VetteKerry

That's a fairly large open-ended question...

Anything custom could cause a problem (web parts, site definitions, etc). If you're straight out of the box and haven't installed anything else on the server you're probably fairly safe.

It also depends on the setup you're currently running, the setup you're going to and how you're getting there.





Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion Upgrading SharePoint 2003 to 2007

Curtis Ruppe (MicroStaff IT)

I agree. Although, I have found people get the most out of the new environment if they migrate their content instead of just updating the server. In other words, don't just install MOSS 2007 on top of SPS 2003. Use MOSS 2007 features as best you can, and move your important content from SPS 2003 into your more organized, more robust MOSS 2007 environment. You may find better ways to organize material in the 2007 environment than you did in 2003 (to say the least).





Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion Upgrading SharePoint 2003 to 2007

VetteKerry

I agree also

I prefer a database migration upgrade but it can be a lot more work.