Some of the key concepts of Captivate Prime migration process are explained briefly for your quick reference, as follows:
In Captivate Prime, a migration project consists of one or more sprints. You can also have multiple migration projects for your account. Your migration process in Captivate Prime starts with creating a migration project.
A Sprint, in Captivate Prime migration process, defines a set of migration items that you have chosen to migrate from the existing LMS. A migration item can be a course module, learner records, or a set of courses. You can have multiple learning data items in a sprint. You can execute migration jobs in each sprint.
Sprint Run is the process of starting a Sprint migration job. You can stop the sprint run at any point in time of a Run.
You can re-execute a migration sprint after its completion at any point in time. This situation of re-execution or re-run of a sprint occurs when you want to append the data in a sprint item and migrate it to the application again or correct the errors in CSVs.
Captivate Prime provides you a set of standard CSV specifications. Best practice is to go through these CSV specifications before starting with the migration process. Integration Administrator of your organization can analyze the existing data formats and map them to match with the Captivate Prime provided CSV template items.
Migration project tags
Adobe Systems recommends that you use a set of keywords as tags to identify your migration projects easily within the Captivate Prime application. These tags enable you to identify your projects internally in the Captivate Prime application at any given point in time.
Captivate Prime allows you to upload a module without content. Adobe Systems considers it as a contentless module in Captivate Prime. In a scenario where you want to migrate some of the legacy data from your existing LMS without the need for any content, you can upload the module_version.csv file without URL reference.