When you run an in-place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010, the configuration data for the farm and all the content in the farm is upgraded on the existing hardware, in a fixed order. When you start the in-place upgrade process, Setup takes the Web server offline and the Web sites are unavailable until the upgrade is finished, and then Setup restarts the Web server.
Using the In-place Upgrade method, the following Bamboo products migrate to SP2010 with no errors or additional steps:
NOTE: If you are using a Bamboo product that is not on the above list and you are considering using the In-Place Upgrade method to migrate your farm, refer to the specific migration information for your product to learn more about possible limitations before proceeding with a migration.
Follow Microsoft’s Upgrade In Place to SharePoint 2010 article to perform the in-place upgrade.
|2.||During the upgrade process or before, retrieve the installation package and license keys for the SharePoint 2010 version of the Bamboo products you are migrating. See Migrate My Existing Bamboo Product License Key From SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 for additional details.|
After successfully upgrading to SharePoint 2010 and after all sites have completed their conversion to the new user experience, run the SharePoint 2010 Bamboo product installation package that you retrieved in Step 2.
On the Repair, Remove or Install screen, choose to Upgrade/Repair Existing and Install New. For more information, refer to Upgrading your Bamboo Web Part.
Select and upgrade the Bamboo Web License Manager component provided in the same installation package. On the Repair, Remove or Install screen, choose to Upgrade/Repair Existing and Install New.
|5.||Activate the SharePoint 2010 versions of Bamboo products. See Install and Activate a License for Bamboo Products in SharePoint 2010 for more information.|
|6.||Refer to specific migration steps for the Bamboo product(s) you are migrating. There may be some extra steps required to overcome a known migration issue.|