In today’s article we are going to provide a reference of all configuration options that can be set in migration definition files. Additional configuration options available for migrations defined as configuration will also be listed. Finally, we present the configuration options for migrations groups.
In today’s article, we are presenting a reference of properties available in content entities provided by Drupal Commerce and some related contributed modules.
A reference of subfields provided by core and contributed modules to make writing Drupal migrations easier.
We explained different aspects of the syntax used by the Migrate API previously. In today’s article, we are going to dive deeper to understand how the API interprets our migration definition files.
Although we covered a lot of ground, we only scratched the surface. To wrap up the series, we present an introduction to a very popular topic: Drupal upgrades. Note: In this article, when we talk about Drupal 7, the same applies for Drupal 6.
When one starts working with migrations, it is easy to be overwhelmed by so many modules providing migration functionality. Today’s article presents a list of migration related Drupal modules for quick reference.
In recent articles, we have presented some recommendations and tools to debug Drupal migrations. Using a proper debugger is definitely the best way to debug Drupal be it migrations or other substems.
Today, we are going to show how to use the Migrate Devel module and the <code>debug</code> process plugin. Then we will give some guidelines on using a real debugger like XDebug. Next, we will share tips so you get used to migration errors.
When working on Drupal migrations, it is often the case that things do not work right away. Today’s article is the first of a two part series on debugging Drupal migrations. We start giving some recommendations of things to do before diving deep into debugging.
A deep dive into two process plugins: `entity_lookup` and `entity_generate`.