Value Maps are used by Settings Templates to transform source object attributes to new values during migration.

Value Maps are typically a two-column table with the source value in the first column and the target value in the second. 

Note: Value mappings can easily be uploaded in a CSV format

Value Map types

The Transformation Suite allows users to configure five types of Value mapping:

UserPlease consult the Value Map - Users documentation
LocationPlease consult the Value Map - Locations documentation
URLURL mappings transform links encountered during migration. URL mapping is required to correct links that point to locations outside the scope of the migration.
RolesRole mappings transform roles encountered during migration. For example, the Full Control role in a SharePoint server is equivalent to the owner role in G Suite, and can be mapped by creating a CSV file with "Full Control" in the first column, and "owner" in the second. 
GUIDGUID mappings transform unique identifiers encountered during migration.

Manage Value Maps

You can manage Value Maps at any time from the Transformation Suite user interface:

  1. Sign into an authorized Transformation Suite administrator account.

  2. Click the Mappings link in the pages navigation tabs.

  3. Manage the Value Maps from the Value Mappings list.

Adding Value Maps (from CSV)

  1. Create a mapping sheet and save as a CSV file.

  2. Click the Add button in the Value Mappings toolbar.
  3. Name the mapping, select the type, and upload the CSV file.  Click the "Create Definition" button.