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This topic details the terms and concepts you must understand before you plan your migration from Tableau Server to Tableau Cloud.
Content types are the various types of content that reside on Tableau Server or Tableau Cloud. Some examples of content types include:
For unsupported content types, see Data not support by the Migration SDK.
A migration plan describes how a migration should be done and what customizations must be done inflight. See IMigrationPlan in the API Reference documentation for a list of properties and their descriptions.
This is the best way to build a migration plan. Calling the
Build() method on the
IMigrationPlanBuilder gives you a MigrationPlan. For more information, see IMigrationPlanBuilder in the API Reference documentation for details.
This is the result generated after the migration has finished. It has two properties:
Configuration can be done using the
MigrationSdkOptions. For information about configuration items and their defaults, see MigrationSdkOptions in the API Reference documentation.
The Migration SDK is equipped to migrate the following content types. When no filters are provided, items for all content types are migrated with some exceptions. Note the minimum permissions required to migrate each content type.
|What is migrated
|What isn’t migrated
|Group membership for users.
|Group “All Users”