My Drupal migration yaml files are not being imported in the correct execution order.
I have 8 migration files, most that depend on another file being executed first. I’m
using a Google Spreadsheet as the source, and targeting Drupal 8.9+. I have tagged all my dependencies, and all was going well with my test imports (
using drush migrate:import --tag="Rooster Business") and the corresponding rollback commands. But at some point, after adding a few fields, the migrations began to fail because they were being executed out of order (particularly my business_locations and business_offers migrations).
Here’s the exact error:
(error) Migration rooster_node_business_offers did not meet the requirements. Missing migrations rooster_node_business_location. requirements: rooster_node_business_location.
The new fields themselves don’t fail, so it’s not that (I wouldn’t think). I think I have correctly set up the dependencies in all the files, but they are NOT being respected (at least not completely).
I have tried the following:
- Alphabetizing all the migration id’s and filenames (to order them by desired import execution order).
- Dropping all migration tables from the database and doing full cache refresh
- Changing the last file I want executed (
rooster_node_business_offers) to use “optional” dependencies instead of “required.” (This causes the failure to go away, but then some of the desired field values are missing from the migration).
- Uninstalling and reinstalling the entire custom migration module.
- I’ve tried just migrating the “last” migration with
drush migrate:import rooster_node_business_offers --execute-dependenciescommand which should in theory execute all the files in order as they all depend in a chain on each other. No dice. I get the same error:
(error) Migration rooster_node_business_offers did not meet the requirements...
None of these attempts have solved the problem. I have a theory that it has something to do with the fields names of the sources (because I think I may have changed a few of them, and have definitely added quite a few). But that still doesn’t account for why the migrations are not respecting the dependency order.
Bottom line: I have two questions:
- Why are the last two migration files (rooster_node_business_location & rooster_node_business_offers) not being executed in order by dependency (and how can I fix this)?
- If that is not an easy to answer question, what is the logic of the “default” ordering, and how can I game that logic so I can still get my migration files to execute in the desired order?
Here is the order I’d LIKE to have the migrations to execute in:
rooster_file_bg_photo rooster_file_logo rooster_users rooster_file_logo_to_media rooster_file_bg_photo_to_media rooster_node_parent_business rooster_node_business_location rooster_node_business_offers
And here is the order that they are actually being migrated in (same as the order displayed after entering the
drush ms command:
Rooster (Rooster) rooster_file_bg_photo Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_file_logo Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_users Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_file_logo_to_media Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_file_bg_photo_to_media Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_node_parent_business Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_node_business_offers Idle Rooster (Rooster) rooster_node_business_location Idle
I’ve made a repository of my exact migration files (and I’ve only redacted the Google Spreadsheet URLs). Here are all the migration files on Github.
Thanks in advance for your help!