we're in the process of moving all the content out of a number of spaces into one new space.
However, when testing this I found that the comments on the pages I want to move are not migrated with the page.
There's a few clunky ways around this that are acceptable for pages with only one or two comments, but I have pages with comments going back five years. In one case there are 107 comments on a page, whilst other can have 40 or 50.
I don't have the time or enthusiasm to go through all the comments/pages and fix this manually, so is there any other way of sorting this out so that I can either move the comments with everything else, or convert them into a file that I can attach to the same page?
I've tried exporting to Word and PDF, but these don't save the comments. Saving as HTML does but it also saves everything else, which, while this isn't ideal, it does provide a solution.
While we're here, am I right in saying that, apart from the comments, EVERYTHING that is part of a page (graphics, links, attachments, page history etc) will be copied across?
Thanks for your input. I was moving the content to spaces that only I have permission to see at the moment. I was hiding them to avoid confusion, but it looks like I'll have to unhide them, which isn't a big deal.
What happens with comments made by users whose accounts have been disabled?
thanks for taking the time to answer my question.
At the risk of sounding completely ignorant, I was using the Tools/Move functionality to do this.
I'm not technical enough to use the suggestions you've added above, but I know someone who might be, so I'll pass the info on.
The number of pages isn't (or wasn't - now I'm wondering if it ought to be...) a problem.
When we ran a test to migrate all the content from a small space (using Tools/Move on the Home page so that we could move everything in the hierarchy in one go) this worked without a hitch.
All we had to do afterwards was rename it to remove 'Home' and we were finished. But that was before we noticed the comments hadn't been moved.
Our wiki is hosted by a 3rd party, do you think that has anything to do with it?
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