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Content migration Part 1: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013
 

Content migration Part 1: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013

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TERMINALFOUR's Neil O'Neill discusses how T4 Site Manager comes with a number of tools to automatically migrate content, what migration approach is best for you, the steps involved in content ...

TERMINALFOUR's Neil O'Neill discusses how T4 Site Manager comes with a number of tools to automatically migrate content, what migration approach is best for you, the steps involved in content migration and the systems we have migrated from.

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    Content migration Part 1: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013 Content migration Part 1: TERMINALFOUR t44u 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • The Aviva Stadium Dublin, 21-22 November 2013
    • • TERMINALFOUR Site Manager comes with a number of tools to approach automated migration. • Even with automated migration, some manual migration will be required for content not handled by the import tools. • TERMINALFOUR endeavour to migrate at a minimum of 80% of the existing content. • In some cases, custom tools are required to handle specific site and content structures. t44u.2013 2
    • Manual Auto • The amount of content to be migrated <1500 • Is content well structured & marked-up correctly? • Complexity of the original web site • Is it coming from another CMS (e.g. Red Dot) ? • Is the HTML source consistent? • Can we access an XML extract • Structured Data: Use Web Objects / Data Objects /Content Syncer / Web Services integration features Integration • Live code in pages • Combination of three options above? t44u.2013 3
    • 1. Access Web Site 6. Manual updates 5. Test / QA 2. Analyse the Data 4. Run the Migration t44u.2013 3. Configure the Migration Tool 4
    • STEP 1 : Copy of the website STEP 2 : STEP 3 : Analysis of the website Configure the Migration Tool The content in HTML, XML, or a Database dump. How to determine the Site Structure? Media files including images, linked documents, videos, flash movies etc. Is there multi-lingual content to be migrated? Map the elements from the existing pages layouts to the new content templates What is the structure of the content (pages)? t44u.2013 5
    • STEP 4 : Running the Migration Defined XML format & Defined Structure for Content STEP 5 : STEP 6 : Test/QA Manual Update A link checker is run on the published website to determine if there are any broken links or missing content. some manual updates required in order to fix issues Site Structure Assets. Two types of manual review are required t44u.2013 6
    • 1. How much data is to be migrated i.e. pages, sites by TERMINALFOUR? 2. Will the content be exported from the existing CMS in order to migrate it or will the published site be used? i.e. what format will the website be provided in. 3. Is the website structure the same or different in the new system? If different a mapping will be required between the old and the new structure. 4. Is there a one to one mapping from the old page layouts to the new page layouts? 5. Is there multi-lingual content to be migrated? 6. Will there be content that is not currently in the existing site to be migrated? If so, what format will this be in? 7. Is there mirrored content (same source content appearing in multiple locations on the site) within the website that needs to be handled during the migration? This includes portions of pages. 8. Are the pages well structured with markers to identify different components of the page? t44u.2013 7
    • – – – – – – – – – – – – – t44u.2013 Serena Collage (University of St. Thomas, University of Liverpool) InterWoven TeamSites (Southern States Coop) Documentum (Missouri State technical College) Open Text RedDot (University of the Arts London) Vignette (OECD) Microsoft CMS (UNAIDS) BroadVision (Aer Lingus) HannonHill Cascade Server Percussion (NUIG) SunGard LuminisCMS (University of Huddersfield) Active Networks IronPoint CMS (University of Fraser Valley, LMU) DreamWeaver HTML pages (VCU) Squiz (RMIT Australia, University of Stirling) 8
    • Case Study: Weitz & Luxenberg • A targeted list of page ID’s within a data source to be migrated in bulk from existing custom CMS. • Create Hierarchy Builder to build parent and child structure within Site Manager from data source (MS EXCEL). • HTML code being migrated to be “cleaned” using specified non-required HTML tags. • Link Resolver to recurse imported HTML code and check for links that can be resolved – continual checking. • Automatic Static/Regex URL Redirect t44u.2013 9
    • Case Study: W&L - Database to Database Migration Proposal Client Produce table of WebPageID, Level, Section Name, ContentHTML, OriginalURL, TemplateID, MetaDescrip, MetaKeywords 1 2 Table is imported into the Content Syncer using predefined fields Content Syncer W&L DB 3 Content is imported into Site Manager using template / column mapping 6 5 New section/page information is used to resolve the links using a new function to match previous ID’s with new SM ID’s Link Resolver SM DB HTML Cleaner The HTML is cleaned in the SM DB without resolved links 4
    • Case Study: W&L – Data Source Data Source can be Excel, SQL or MySQL Fields need to follow exact naming convention t44u.2013 11
    • Case Study: W&L – External Content Syncer Handler Setup Connection to Data Source t44u.2013 12
    • Case Study: W&L – Content Syncer Ensure Site Creator Plugin set & test you can query Database t44u.2013 13
    • Case Study: W&L – Content Hierarchy Built & Imported • Example ‘t44u’ shows section created and hierarchy & content created t44u.2013 14
    • Case Study: W&L – HTML Cleaner • Current interface available now within Site Manager Specify Section to clean and upload properties file t44u.2013 15
    • Case Study: W&L – HTML Cleaner - Options • Remove tags only: Parse the HTML using Jsoup, extract the content enclosed by them and write it out, minus the tags that are to be removed. • Remove attributes only: Only defined attribute in the tag to be removed. The tag itself will remain within the content. • Remove tags and content: Parse the html, find the relevant tag and pull it and the enclosed content out of the file. t44u.2013 16
    • Case Study: W&L – HTML Cleaner – Properties File • Sample Properties file to keep listed tags and remove everything else t44u.2013 17
    • Case Study: W&L – URL Redirect Original URL captured from import & used to create Static or Regex URL Rewrite t44u.2013 18
    • Case Study: W&L – URL Redirect Example ISS Static URL Rewrite Mapping t44u.2013 19
    • Case Study: W&L – URL Redirect – The Future ‘V8’ Beta Screen Grab for V8 – URL Redirect t44u.2013 20