The following are the different templates that are available for sharepoint
Global template (1033)
Team Site (1033)
Blank Site (1033)
Document Workspace (1033)
Basic Meeting Workspace (1033)
Blank Meeting Workspace (1033)
Decision Meeting Workspace (1033)
Social Meeting Workspace (1033)
Multipage Meeting Workspace (1033)
Central Admin Site (1033)
Wiki Site (1033)
Document Center (1033)
Records Center (1033)
Shared Services Administration Site (1033)
SharePoint Portal Server Site (1033)
SharePoint Portal Server Personal Space (1033)
Personalization Site (1033)
Contents area Template (1033)
Topic area template (1033)
News Site (1033)
Publishing Site (1033)
Press Releases Site (1033)
Publishing Site with Workflow (1033)
Site Directory (1033)
Community area template (1033)
Report Center (1033)
Collaboration Portal (1033)
Search Center with Tabs (1033)
Publishing Portal (1033)
My Site Host (1033)
Search Center (1033)
SharePoint Portal Server BucketWeb Template (1033)
SPS#0 is no longer supported in SharePoint 2010 versions
I'm fairly new to SharePoint and was wondering what does the (1033) stand for?
1033 is the code langage for English.
Do you know how to find the Template Name (code) for a Custom Template?
I've used the stsadm command to export my MOSS site collection which was SPS#0 and now trying to import into 2010 site collection created using the Blank Site as the template (STS#1). The process continues to fail. Please help.
You need to use the same template. Are you reading the error that it spits out?
You should also use powershell, rather than stsadm as it has been superseeded.
Alisha, In order for you to find the"Template Name(Code)" fora Custom Template, follow the instructions given at the bottom of thearticle "https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/devwiki/SP2010Dev/Pages/Site%20Templates%20in%20SharePoint%202010.aspx"
What you would do is upload your custom solution, next Activate it, next go to the "Create a Site Collection" and then follow the instructions as given at the bottom of the article to get the name and code. Hope this helps. Mark
Mark, I found a much easier way. Simply open the main SP site, right-click, and View Source. Search "var g_wsaSiteTemplateID". Done.
Is there any way how to retrieve template with defined language ID and not only the one with the default ID which comes with instalation?