This online documentation describes how to use the migration-center software in order to migrate content from a source system into a target system (or into the same system in case of an in-place migration).

Please see the Release Notes for a summary of new and changed features as well as known issues in the migration-center releases.

Also, please make sure that you have read System Requirements before you install and use migration-center in order to achieve the best performance and results for your migration projects.

The supported source and target systems and their versions can be found in our knowledge base article List of supported versions.

The migration-center is a modular system that uses so called adapters in order to connect to the various source and target systems. The adapters to connect to a source system are called scanners and the adapters to connect to a target system are called importers. The capabilities and the configuration parameters of each adapter are described in the corresponding manual.

You can find the explanations of the terms and concepts used in this manual in the Glossary.

And last but not least, Legal Notice contains some important legal information.

Customized versions of adapters or entirely new ones (for other types of source and target systems) can be created and added to migration-center thanks to the open, API-based and documented architecture of the product. If such customized adapters are deployed in your migration project, the documentation provided with them should be consulted instead, since the features, behavior and parameters are likely to be different from the adapters described in these guides.

Further Resources

For additional tips and tricks, latest blog posts, FAQs, and helpful how-to articles, please visit our user forum.

In case you have technical questions or suggestions for improving migration-center, please send an email to our product support at support@migration-center.com.

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