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Enterprise content management cmdlets (SharePoint Server 2010)

Updated: 2009-12-14

[This article is pre-release documentation and is subject to change in future releases.]

Enterprise content management (ECM) is the strategies, methods, and tools used to obtain, retain, and deliver content and documents related to processes within an organization. In Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Windows PowerShell cmdlets focus on two aspects of content deployment functionality.

Content deployment copies content from a source SharePoint Server 2010 site collection to a destination site collection. You can copy the entire source site collection or a subset of sites.

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Make sure that you run the initial content deployment as a full deployment. After you complete a full deployment, you can run an incremental deployment, which deploys only changed pages and related assets.

The Windows PowerShell cmdlets that are related to content deployment focus on two areas:

  • Content deployment path   A content deployment path defines the relationship between a source and destination site collection for content deployment. After you create a path, you can create jobs and associate them with the path to begin deploying content.
    Use the Windows PowerShell noun, SPContentDeploymentPath, to retrieve, set, and create deployment paths.
  • Content deployment job   A content deployment job is associated with a content deployment path. It defines the specific content to be deployed from the source to the destination, and the schedule on which the deployment should occur.
    The Windows PowerShell noun, SPContentDeploymentJob, lets the administrator retrieve, set, and create deployment jobs.

There are also cmdlets that support administration of metadata.

The following cmdlets are available for Beta.

Cmdlet name

Get-SPContentDeploymentJob

New-SPContentDeploymentJob

Remove-SPContentDeploymentJob

Set-SPContentDeploymentJob

Start-SPContentDeploymentJob

Get-SPContentDeploymentPath

New-SPContentDeploymentPath

Remove-SPContentDeploymentPath

Set-SPContentDeploymentPath

Clear-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData

Export-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData

Import-SPMetadataWebServicePartitionData

Get-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig

Remove-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig

Set-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig

Get-SPTaxonomySession

Get-SPMetadataServiceApplication

New-SPMetadataServiceApplication

Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication

Get-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy

New-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy

Set-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy

To download the ECMCmdlets.chm or MetadataCmdlets.chm file, see Windows PowerShell for SharePoint Server 2010 Beta (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=179124).

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