In the previous post we talked about migration groups provided by the Migrate Plus module. Today, we are going to compare them to migration tags. We will dive deeper into how they work and provide tips to avoid problems.
In the previous posts we talked about option to manage migrations as configuration entities and some of the benefits this brings. Today, we are going to learn another useful feature provided by the Migrate Plus module: migration groups.
In the last blog post we were introduced to managing migration as configuration entities. Today, we will also show a recommended workflow for working with migration as configuration.
Today, we are going to talk about how to manage migrations as configuration entities. First, we will explain the difference between managing migrations as code or configuration. Then, we will show how to convert existing migrations and options.
Today we will learn how to migrate content from Microsoft Excel and LibreOffice Calc files into Drupal using the Migrate Spreadsheet module. We will present how to configure the module for spreadsheets with or without a header row. There are two example migrations.
Today we will learn how to migrate content from Google Sheets into Drupal and give instructions on how to publish them in JSON format to be consumed by the migration.
In the previous two blog posts we learned to migrate data from JSON and XML files. To provide this functionality the Migrate API leverages the Guzzle HTTP Client library. Usage requirements and limitations will be presented.
Today we will learn how to migrate content from a XML file into Drupal using the Migrate Plus module. The example includes node, images, and paragraphs migrations. Let’s get started.
Today we will learn how to migrate content from a JSON file into Drupal using the Migrate Plus module. The example includes node, images, and paragraphs migrations. Let’s get started.
Today we learn how to migrate content from a comma-separated value (CSV) file into Drupal, using the latest version of the Migrate Source CSV module and the CSV PHP library by the PHP League. We will show how configure the source plugin to read files with or without a header row and also cover stream wrappers.
Today we will present an introduction to paragraphs migrations in Drupal. The example consists of migrating paragraphs of one type, then connecting the migrated paragraphs to nodes.
Today we will learn how to migrate addresses into Drupal. The address components can change per country, and the way to store those components also varies per country. These and other important considerations will be explained.
Today we will learn how to migrate dates into Drupal. Depending on your field type and configuration, there are various possible combinations. In addition to the examples, a list of things to consider when migrating dates is also presented.
Today we complete the user migration example. This time, we cover creation date, roles, and profile pictures and we are jumping straight to the process transformations in this entry.
Today we are going to learn how to migrate users into Drupal. The example code will be explained in two blog posts. In this one, we cover the migration of email, timezone, username, password, and status.
This example consists of two separate migrations. One to import taxonomy terms accounting for term hierarchy. And another to import into a multivalue taxonomy term field. Following this approach, any node and taxonomy term created by the migration process will be removed from the system upon rollback.
One of Drupal’s biggest strengths is its data modeling capabilities. You can break the information that you need to store into individual fields and group them in content types. Today we will learn about migration dependencies in Drupal.
We have already covered two of many ways to migrate images into Drupal. Today, we are going to perform an image migration that will clear after itself when it is rolled back. Note that in Drupal images are a special case of files. Even though the example will migrate images, the same approach can be used to import any type of file.