Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by seola » Tue Apr 01, 2008 7:23 am

I get this error when using rc7 migrator

Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/bb/public_html/seo/administrator/components/com_migrator/admin.migrator.php on line 269

Why for god sake, I wanted to migrate today and now I cant!
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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by maguirre » Tue Apr 22, 2008 3:33 am

Hi.

A new version of mtwMigrator has been released.

The changes:
# Configuration save to file
# Added more config options
# Better error handler
# Added brazilian language
# Lot of small bugs fixed

More info: http://extensions.joomla.org/component/ ... Itemid,35/

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Pre-release of mtwMigrator

Post by maguirre » Mon May 12, 2008 10:12 pm

A new pre-release of mtwMigrator. The changes are listed below:

# Blank text with standard language fix (thanks Michal Zdunek)
# Make backup from external db :D

The roadmap to the new version will be:

# Fix UTF-8 issues
# {mosimage} support
# More languages

When we finish this, we can to start to make support to external extensions.

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mtwMigrator v0.1.0 Released

Post by maguirre » Sat May 24, 2008 7:05 pm

A new release of mtwMigrator. This includes the initial support for 3rd party extensions. For now only Community Builder is supported. Please send me corrects, bugs, errors, etc.

The changes on this version.

Version 0.1.0 ==>
# Blank language fix (thanks Michal Zdunek)
# Make backup from external db :D
# {mosimage} support added
# Initial 3rd party extensions support (Community Builder)
# Code reorganization
# Small bugs fixed

Enjoy.
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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by chsajid11 » Wed May 28, 2008 4:30 pm

thanks for these migration tools, it work good for me to move from 1.0 version to new one. i just did all my sites.

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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by kalimati » Sat Jun 07, 2008 11:15 am

Hi,

My old installation consisted of J!1.0.15 and CB1.1 with a few custom fields. I prepared the new site with J!1.5.3 and CB1.1 (in legacy Mode) before applying the mtwMigrator. All data came through smoothly but for the custom fields. Next I moved the comprofiler tables through SQL imports from the old to the new database. Was very happy to see the user data (including custom fields) showup when I logged in as an admin from the frontend. However, I realised that other users, old and new, were denied access from the frontend. The error message is:
Your registration process is not yet complete! Please check again your email for further instructions that have just been resent. If you don't find the email, check your spam-box. Make sure that your email account options are not set to immediately delete spam. If that was the case, just try logging in again to receive a new instructions email.
Any clue how I can overcome this?

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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by Corison » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:30 am

I am trying to load the migration script in the 1.5 install and it says I need PHP iconv installed. I checked and it is installed and enabled.
What can I do now?
PHP version 5.1.2
Apache 1.3
OS X 10.4.6

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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by alexndawson » Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:44 pm

I just started Joomla, I'm not sure if I have the latest version. I just use the installation provided in the cPanel. If it's not, hopefully this can help. Haven't been backreading, as I'm checking if mine got the latest or not, hopefully it is to save some hassles.

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Re: Tools for automated migration to Joomla 1.5

Post by boiler » Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:08 am

alexndawson wrote:I just started Joomla, I'm not sure if I have the latest version. I just use the installation provided in the cPanel. If it's not, hopefully this can help. Haven't been backreading, as I'm checking if mine got the latest or not, hopefully it is to save some hassles.
Yo can check what version your joomla is by logging in to your admin panel
The stable one I had used for one of my company website was using Joomla 1.7
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