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I could see that sitecore express migration tool supports to migrate from previous old versions to sitecore 9 initial version. If i have to upgrade to sitecore 9.3, what steps need to follow?

If anyone has done these kind of migrations, your inputs will be really useful. Thanks in advance

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If you take a look at the sitecore knowledge base https://support.sitecore.com/kb?id=kb_article_view&sysparm_article=KB0400952#notes it is stated:

[2] At the moment, the Express Migration Tool is not compatible with Sitecore XP 9.1 and later versions.

However if you have sitecore 8.1 or 8.2 you do not need the migration tool as it is only required for versions 8.0 or below. You can just use the sitecore update package directly for your content.

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    It will depend on your upgrade scenario, you can take a look at two approaches described sitecore.stackexchange.com/questions/24144/…. Last time I have just setup a fresh 9.3 instance and installed the page content from 8.2 to 9.3 through sitecore packages, the rest of the items (templates/renderings/settings) being installed through unicorn. – Cristi Vulturar Apr 2 at 7:14
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    There are upgrade script you can run against the database. Take a backup of the 8.2 db, run the upgrade scripts against it, The upgrade scripts can be found on the 9.3 download page, along with the rest of the upgrade materials. – Amit Kumar Apr 2 at 20:15
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    Other approach:• Installed a new Sitecore 9.3 • Synced templates from the solution to the new instance via Unicorn or TDS • Updated all project dependencies with Sitecore 9.3 and its other affected dependencies including configuration • Fix breaking changes and adjust deprecated approaches in the code • Package content items from the old site and install them in the new instance • Publish, rebuild indexes – Amit Kumar Apr 2 at 20:20
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    Yes. You can except if you have modified any OOTB templates – Amit Kumar Apr 5 at 5:32
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    For any serialized items you can just run unicorn sync on the fresh 9.3 instance and it will work. – Cristi Vulturar Apr 5 at 6:36

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