Can I migrate from Blogger to WordPress?

Can I migrate all content from Blogger to WordPress? images etc? My website is: https://www.interlibros.org and is there a difference if I do it on free WordPress or WordPress on a paid server? Thank you!

How do I migrate a YouTube video field type data?

How do I migrate a YouTube video field type data from Drupal 7 into Drupal 8?

What is the migration plugin I need to use? Any help on this. I am not able to migrate of this YouTube video field type.

migration – How to migrate (YouTube video field type) data from Drupal 7 into Drupal 8

How to migrate (YouTube video field type) data from Drupal 7 into Drupal 8.

What is the migration plugin I need to use any idea ? Any help on this. I am not able to migrate of this YouTube video field type.

Field Type = YouTube video

Data:
1. Youtube Id
2. YoutubeURL

migration – What’s the command to migrate images too?

Thanks guys for helping out! I figured it out and migrated all my images and files. Here’s what I did for anyone who has the same problem:

I’m was using WAMP and WSL Ubuntu, I was setting the legacy–path incorrectly so my source_base_path was incorrect. I had to open up migrate_plus.migration.upgrade_d7_file.yml and used the correct path. Then I ran drush config-import to import the updated file and then ran the migrate.

Here’s my file:

uuid: 2a4842a5-0869-4984-aaae-68d6c5814f5d
langcode: en
status: true
dependencies: {  }
id: upgrade_d7_file
class: DrupalmigratePluginMigration
field_plugin_method: null
cck_plugin_method: null
migration_tags:
  - 'Drupal 7'
  - Content
migration_group: migrate_drupal_7
label: 'Public files'
source:
  plugin: d7_file
  scheme: public
  constants:
    source_base_path: /mnt/c/wamp64/www/d7
process:
  fid:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: fid
  filename:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: filename
  source_full_path:
    -
      plugin: concat
      delimiter: /
      source:
        - constants/source_base_path
        - filepath
    -
      plugin: urlencode
  uri:
    -
      plugin: file_copy
      source:
        - '@source_full_path'
        - uri
  filemime:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: filemime
  status:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: status
  created:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: timestamp
  changed:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: timestamp
  uid:
    -
      plugin: get
      source: uid
destination:
  plugin: 'entity:file'
  source_base_path: /mnt/c/wamp64/www/d7/sites/default/files/
migration_dependencies:
  required: {  }
  optional: {  }

8 – How do I migrate a multilingual site?

I’m currently trying to migrate my Drupal 7 site, which has the Dutch language enabled, to Drupal 8. I have enabled the following modules as instructed in the docs: Configuration Translation, Content Translation, Interface Translation, Language. After running the migration, no nodes have been created on the Drupal 8 site. Moreover, the log contains lots of error messages similar to the ones underneath.

Migration d7_node_complete:webform did not meet the requirements.
Missing migrations language. requirements: language.

Operation on Node complete (Webform) failed

Am I doing something wrong? How can I solve this?

migration – How to migrate a multilingual Drupal 7 site to Drupal 8?

I’m currently trying to migrate my Drupal 7 site, which has the Dutch language enabled, to Drupal 8. I have enabled the following modules as instructed in the docs: Configuration Translation, Content Translation, Interface Translation, Language. After running the migration, no nodes have been created on the Drupal 8 site. Moreover, the log contains lots of error messages similar to the ones underneath.

Migration d7_node_complete:webform did not meet the requirements.
Missing migrations language. requirements: language.

Operation on Node complete (Webform) failed

Am I doing something wrong? How can I solve this?

migration – Migrate Oracle 12c to 18c in AWS RDS

Currently we have an Amazon RDS Oracle 12c instance and we need to upgrade it to Oracle 18c in a new RDS instance.

What is the correct approach to do this?

Can we set up an 18c instance staright away and then restore a 12c snapshot or do we need to Set up a new 12c instance and restore a snaphot and then upgrade to 18c?
Can we use AWS DMS to migrate from RDS 12c to RDS 18c?

We also have a same 12c schema in an on premise server. Is it possible to use AWS DMS to migrate directly to an Amazon RDS Oracle 18c instance?

8 – Looping through an array using Migrate Plus

I’m trying to loop through an array (called “Attributes”) in a JSON migration source, but I can’t figure out how to do it. Here’s a shortened sample of my data source:

(
  {
    "Id": "ST00000002",
    "Title": "Fast & Furious 9",
    "Attributes": (
      "0000000013",
      "0000000015"
    )
  }
)

My ultimate goal is to check certain checkbox/boolean fields based on those attribute values, but I can’t figure out how to handle each of the attributes individually.

Things I have tried so far:

  • Using single_value and multiple_values
  • Using the custom Deepen process plugin (as seen on this issue)
  • Using sub_process
  • Using the static_map plugin (to do something like this:
map:
    '0000000015': 1
default_value: 0

I feel like this can’t possibly be as difficult as I’m making it, so I hope someone can help me out. Thank you so much.

migration – Migrate content with referenced taxonomy being migrated by term name

Is it possible to migrate content with term reference fields, but instead of referencing terms by their tid they are referenced by their term name?

instead of this:

field_tags:
  plugin: sub_process
  source: field_tags
  process:
    target_id: tid

Do something like this:

field_tags:
  plugin: sub_process
  source: field_tags
  process:
    target_id: [term name]

migration – Migrate: concatenate explode and migration_lookup plugins

I’m using migrate and I’ve a working configuration for a reference field. My source is a CSV file:

field_facolta:
    target_id:
      plugin: migration_lookup
      migration: facolta
      no_stub: true
      source: facolta

The problem is that now my CSV value is a multivalue with a separator.
Example “Facoltà1; Facoltà2”

So I’ve to concatenate the migration_lookup plugin with the explode plugin but I don’t understand how to do it.

This is a working configuration for explode, for another field:

  field_revisore:
    plugin: explode
    source: revisore
    delimiter: "; "

Can someone help me?