Be sure you have at least the Minimum SharePoint 2007 Product Release (shown in the table below) installed before migrating. If not, upgrade your Bamboo product release before migrating. For more information, see Upgrading your Bamboo Web Part. Also, the target SharePoint 2010 farm requires at least the Minimum SharePoint 2010 product release shown.
IMPORTANT: When migrating from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010, you MUST select the option to change existing SharePoint sites to use the new user experience. Your Bamboo products will not perform as expected with the old look and feel.
|Minimum SharePoint 2007 Product Release||3.0.62||Minimum SharePoint 2010 Product Release||30.0.59|
|Issues||When using the In-Place Upgrade Method, Alert Plus migrates without any errors or additional steps required. See How to Migrate a Bamboo Web Part from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 using the In-Place Upgrade Method for more information.|
|Database Attach Upgrade Method|
|Issues||Alert Plusdoes not support relative URLs. When a content database is detached and then reconnected on a new server farm, the URLs are different. Alert Plus stores URLs in Web properties, event receivers, and SharePoint lists.
It is pretty straightforward to update URL information that is stored in a SharePoint list, but the Web properties and event receiver information cannot be updated through the browser. If the URLs for Alert lists are updated but the web properties and event receiver information are not, the following error is returned:
How to Migrate a Bamboo Web Part from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 using the Database Attach Upgrade Method for general migration information. Then use the Bamboo.FixUpgrade tool to resolve the issue with the URLs. See Use the Bamboo.FixUpgrade utility to resolve broken links for more information.