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The Import / Export API allows for the definition of data entities within Drupal. The definition system lets data entities be related to each other, and it includes a number of different field types. It also supports a system of import (parsing) and export (rendering) engines, for formats such as XML and CSV. Data entities are able to be exported from, and imported into, a Drupal site, for purposes such as backup, offline editing, data migration, and data transfer between Drupal databases.
- Extract the package into your site's appropriate modules directory (/sites/all/modules or /sites/sitename/modules).
- Enable the importexportapi and importexportui modules at
administer >> site building >> modules.
- Configure access privileges at
administer >> user management >> access control(5.x) or
administer >> user management >> permissions(6.x +) .
Performing imports and exports
A simple UI module, called 'importexportui', is currently included with the API. To start performing data exports, go to 'administer -> export' and follow the wizard on that page. To start performing data imports, go to 'administer -> import', and follow the wizard on that page.
All data for importing is currently stored in a series of files in the '/testdata' directory of the package. To add or edit the available import data, simply edit the files in this directory, or add new files of your own (no configuration needed - all files in this directory are made available for import).
All issues (e.g. support requests, bug reports) are to be submitted using the drupal.org issue tracker.
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