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The link that you posted is for upgrading Sitefinity projects in the 4.0 tree - that is from 4.0 RC1 to 4.0 RC2 for example. What problems do you have with the migration tool? The themes/templates/pages are kind of hard to be migrated properly as there is too much custom behavior in them, that is very hard to be handled. If you have the log file from the migration process please send it to us.
Getting content counts...
Restarting the application... done.
Importing 2 user(s)...
Error migrating user admin:
The type initializer for 'Migration.Classes.MigrationUsers' threw an exception. at Migration.Classes.MigrationUsers.ImportUser(MigrationUser userContent)
Error migrating user ***removed***:
Importing 1 image, 0 document and 0 video libraries...
As you see the migration tool is adding 5 languages to your site. Do you actually use these languages in your Sitefinity 3.7 site? I think the default web.config for 3.7 had these languages as an example, but they are not actually used. Please, just leave the language that you are actually using (most probably "en") - this is done in this key in the web.config file:
<localization defaultProvider="Sitefinity" persistenceMode="PathPrefix" defaultCulture="en" cultures="en">
There are some issues with multilanguage sites and the migration tool - basically if you have several languages it is better to first add them manually through the backend and then run the tool. Aslo, please note that Sitefinity 4.0 doesn't support specific culttures like en-US, yet, so please specify just two-letter codes, like en, es, etc.
Get CountsBegin MigrationMigration Log
Skipping "admin", already exists.