Getting started with Project Online -> Project for the web migration scenario
Project Migrator allows migrating data from Project Online to Project for the web.
In this article, we will review the basic information about the Project Online -> Project for the web scenario and the steps you need to take to successfully configure and run the migration process.
This migration scenario enables organizations to publish project plans from Project Online to Project for the web so team members can work on assigned tasks, report progress, and updates.
There are four main steps you need to perform to launch the migration process:
- Step1: Connect to source and target systems. On this step, you need to establish a connection between the source Project Online environment and the target Project for the web environment.
- Step 2: Select source data. Project Migrator allows selecting all data at once or only the needed items.
- Step 3. Object mapping. Project Migrator provides a user-friendly, built-in data mapping interface, where you can review what data from Project Online goes to which fields in the target Project for the web environment.
- Step 4: Launching the migration process.
All these steps are described in detail in the Project Online -> Project for the web migration steps article.
Also, please review the known limitations of the data migration article.