(follow on article from /upgrade-drupal-6-7-part2-setup-drupal-7-website-empty-and-ready-receive)
Lets review what we have done: We have cleaned up the old Drupal 6 website to make it as minimal, clean and fully functional as possible. It’s just housekeeping and a good thing. We have installed an empty Drupal 7 content management system in a new webserver (or in our case a subdomain of the original server) and we have installed the ubercart and migrate modules to the new Drupal 7 site.
#3 – Migrate from Dupal 6-7 in easy steps
So, we are ready to get it done.
Turn on Ubercart and setup the basic store info and prepare the PRODUCT content type (so that we have a content type to import into)
Turn on Migrate modules:
and as this the third blog for the day, I think it’s time to stop typing and record a screen-cast of the import actually working.
Fingers crossed and lets do this:
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