When you have installed the SCSM web-portal you will have two sites: standard root site for team work and child site SMPortal with SCSM web-portal itself. If you want to use one SMportal you can move it to root level.
To do that you must:
- Launch the “SharePoint 2010 Management Shell” (PowerShell).
- To export site run command:
Export-SPWeb -Identity http://scsm12/SMPortal -Path с:\SMPortal\SMPortalSite.bak
http://scsm12/SMPortal – full URL to SMPortal site
с:\SMPortal\SMPortalSite.bak – full path to file where copy will saved
- To replace root site run command:
Import-SPWeb -Identity http://scsm12 -path “c:\SMPortal\SMPortalSite.bak” –Force
- Open the http://scsm12 and check the changes.
Same aproach you can use to transfer SMportal site to any Sharepoint server, To do that you must prepare your Sharepoint server:
- Install English Language Pack if you use non-english Sharepoint (Sharepoint Server LP or Sharepoint Foundation LP)
- Install SP for Language Pack if necessary.
- Deploy SCSM web-parts.
Note, what you can import site’s backup to site collection based on “Team Site” template enlgish version only.
Doing this leads to a new SMPortal without any Silverlight connectivity which means that the site will not open up any SCSM Information at all. Any ideas?
If you move site to another SharePoint server then you must add SMPortal_WebContentServer_URL appliaction settings for your IIS. See more here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/servicemanager/archive/2012/05/04/faq-why-is-my-self-service-portal-service-catalog-blank.aspx (search by SMPortal_WebContentServer_URL)
Im getting this error
A Web Part with this ID has already been added to this page.
Troubleshoot issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
Correlation ID: 3321b4f9-ef39-4573-8c33-dd27af5f384b
Date and Time: 10/2/2012 12:56:37 PM
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I see the same issue few time and fixed it with this http://dpruna.blogspot.com/2011/11/web-part-with-this-id-has-already-been.html