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sql server – SSIS package run error indicates wrong credentials after VM migration

First, I am not a SQL DB admin. I inherited this system and working to migrate away from it…that said:

I have an old MSServer2000 SQL DB we migrated to VM. That server offloads data to another SQL Server running server2008 via an SSIS package executed by the 2008 server.

After the migration the SQLSrv2008 SSIS package is not running, and the error log indicates the “login failed for user ”.”. However the username was not changed in the SSIS connection string or on the VM (MSSQL2000)? So I have no idea why the SSIS package is having trouble authenticating.

Thanks for any input!

powershell – How can I speed-up list item migration between two Sharepoint sites?

I have two Sharepoint sites, let’s call them Business and Party for example.

The Business site has a list with 1000+ items. I want to copy the list items to the Party site.
I want to do this in a repeatable, automated way.

I found that I can use PnP Powershell in a Powershell script:

# Get credentials from the windows credentials manager
$creds = Get-StoredCredential -Target 'my.company.url'

# Define site and list name
$origin_url = "https://company.sharepoint.com/site/business"
$origin_list = "Listname"
$destination_url = "https://company.sharepoint.com/site/party"
$destination_list = "Listname"

# Connect to the origin site
$o = Connect-PnPOnline –Url $origin_url -Credentials $creds -ReturnConnection

# Connect to the destination site
$d = Connect-PnPOnline –Url $destination_url -Credentials $creds -ReturnConnection

# Get all items in the origin list
$all = Get-PnPListItem -List $origin_list -Connection $o

# Loop over all items in origin
# Get all required information for the associated ID
# Add it to the destination list
Write-Host "--- Copying items ---"
 foreach($id in $all) {
    $term = $id.FieldValues
    $itemValues = @{  
        "Columnname1" = $term("Columnname1");
        "Columnname2" = $term("Columnname2");
        "Columnname3" = $term("Columnname3");
        "Columnname4" = $term("Columnname4");
    }
    Add-PnPListItem -List $destination_list -Values $itemValues -Connection $d
}

# Close connection to sites
Disconnect-PnPOnline -Connection $o
Disconnect-PnPOnline -Connection $d

All works, but the loop that copies list items one-by-one is rather slow (approximately 1 item per second). Is it possible to speed this up or parallelize it somehow?

8 – Advanced Migration – update nodes

I’m a little bit new in Drupal but experienced in PHP.
I would like to migrate data from CSV and assign to existing nodes in DB.

My question is about the possibility to match processing rows with existing data from the database.
I mean, I have CSV file with data and with foreign key called: SERVICE_ACTION and now I would like to assign that data to existing NODE which hasn’t SERVICE_ACTION key but has different KEY which is assigned to another specific entity with Service Action key. How can I get ID of that entity in migration script to assign?

Perhaps, I need target_id to assign newly created paragraph to the specific node. I’m not sure what I’m working bad.

langcode: en
status: true
dependencies:
  enforced:
    module:
      - xxx_migration
      - paragraphs
id: xxx_release_notes
migration_tags:
  - custom-migrate
  - soap-apis
migration_group: xxx_soap_api
label: 'xxx release notes'
source:
  plugin: csv
  data_fetcher_plugin: file
  path: modules/custom/xxx_migration/artifacts/releases_notes.csv
  header_row_count: 1
  keys:
    - id
  column_names:
    -
      id: 'Unique Id'
    -
      title: Title
    -
      body: 'Post body'
    -
      service_action_code: 'Service Action Code'
process:
  type:
    plugin: default_value
    default_value: people
  field_service_action_code:
    plugin: migration_lookup
    migration: xxx_release_notes
    source: service_action_code
destination:
  plugin: 'entity_reference_revisions:paragraph'
  default_bundle: release_note
migration_dependencies:
  required: {  }
optional: {  }

here is my CSV file:

id,title,body,service_action_code
1,TITLE,example body,PassengerDetailsRQ
2,TITLE2,example body2,ePaymentRQ

migration – How can there be so much “business logic” for a company that they cannot drop their old COBOL/mainframe code?

Something which has always confused me is this. I keep hearing about how these big, old corporations which were around in the 1950s (for example) and early on started using COBOL-coded business logic on IBM mainframes, which are apparently unable to “migrate to something modern”, even though they want to and it’s expensive to maintain COBOL programs for various reasons.

First of all, I, probably more than anyone, like the idea of old, big computers chugging away decade after decade. It makes me feel cozy somehow. But this is not about me having a fascinating of old computers and stable software, but simply me wondering about the business need to keep running them even if they have established that it’s financially problematic, and the company doesn’t have a CEO who happens to have a fondness of old computers.

Basically, how can a company have so much “business logic” that they cannot simply hire well-paid experts to re-implement it all as PHP CLI scripts, for example? (No, that’s not a joke. I’d like to hear one single valid argument as to why PHP would be unfit to process all the business logic of a major corporation.) But let’s not get hung up on PHP, even though I’d be using it. Any “modern” solution that they can maintain for a fraction of the COBOL/mainframe price would do.

Is the answer simply that there is no such thing? All modern software/hardware is unreliable, ever-changing, ever-breaking garbage? Or do they have such extreme amounts of special rules and weird things happening in their “business logic”, spanning millions of lines of code, that the sheer amount of work to translate this over to a modern system simply costs too much? Are they worried that there will be mistakes made? Can’t they do this while keeping the old system and run both at the same time for a long time and compare the output/result, only replacing the old one when they have established that the new one works identically for years and years?

I don’t understand why they would insist on COBOL/mainframes. I must be grossly underestimating the kind of “code” that exists in a big, old company.

Do they really have zillions of special rules such as:

If employee #5325 received a bonus of over $53 before the date 1973-05-06, then also update employee #4722's salary by a percentage determined by their performance score in the last month counting from the last paycheck of employee #532

? I almost can’t believe that such fancy, intricate rules could exist. I must be missing something.

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backup – Mongodb migration and appending data to existing database

I have two databases in two different machines containing data in same schema. Both have relational mappings in form of ObjectIDs as it is done in NoSQL database. The task at hand is to pick one database from machine A and append that data to another database residing in the machine B. If I simply insert the data there will be ObjectID collisions and it simply won’t work.
The only option which I see is to insert the primary key collections first in the database, then insert the collections containing the foreign key mappings and replace the ObjectIDs with the newly created ObjectIDs from the primary key documents. However, it isn’t as easy as it sounds because there are multiple collections which are interconnected with ObjectIDs.

Please suggest me the most efficient way in which this can be done. TIA

Migration of wallet accounts to labels

I have multiple accounts on older bitcoin core version (0.16.3) but in order to move to newer releases I must migrate accounts to new label format with additional database which hold each account balance. Since I have many accounts what is best (and easier) way to move all accounts to label format and to keep addresses that each account has.

Best regards

magento2 – manual migration of magento 2 products, done incorrectly

I’m on a project that made the migration from magento 1 to magento 2, and a manual migration of products from magento 1 to magento 2 was made, but after registering many products we realized that they were registered in the opposite in cms , that is, the html code of the products is appearing on the front end in the store, would there be any way to convert in bulk?

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