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This module enables the import of the following content from a Joomla website into Drupal.
- Sections & Categories into Taxonomy Vocabularies and Terms
- Content items to nodes
Only available in 7.x-2.x (currently under development):
- JComments import
The module was developed against Joomla 1.0.x, however initial reports from the community indicate that the module also works with Joomla 1.5.x.
How to use
- Configure the module via Administer >> Site Configuration >> Joomla to Drupal
- and run the import from Administer >> Content Management >> Import from Joomla.
You will need to be able to connect to the Joomla site database from your Drupal host. Both Joomla and Drupal database must share the same engine driver.(eg both mysql or postgresql).This is a Drupal limitation,unfortunately. The two sites do not need to be on the same host, however the copying of image files to the Drupal site will only work if the Joomla directory is accessible from the Drupal website. If this is not the case you may copy the Joomla image directory to the Drupal host.
It is possible to run the imports automatically via cron. This will keep most changes in sync between the Joomla and Drupal site. Each time a content item is updated in Joomla, a new revision will be created for the relevant Drupal content item.
Disabling / uninstalling the module
Once you have completed your content import, it is not necessary to keep the Joomla to Drupal module enabled. However, you should be aware of the following:
- Joomla and Drupal store user passwords differently. This module provides a mechanism to check the users Joomla password and convert it to the Drupal format on the first successful login for that user. If you disable the module, any users who have not logged in to the Drupal site will need to request a new password.
- This module stores data mapping each user, taxonomy term and content item to it's Joomla equivalent. If you uninstall this module, all this data will be lost. If you then reinstall and configure the module a second time, it will re-import all the data it has already imported.
It is therefore recommended that you do not disable this module until you are sure that all your users have logged in and had their passwords converted, and that you do not uninstall the module until you are absolutely sure you will not need to run another import.
Drupal 7 version ported and maintained by rootatwc.
Ported to Drupal 6x by malclocke for Slynkey.com.
The original Drupal 5.x version was written by drupal-id.com. The Drupal 5.x version of this module is no longer under active development.
- Maintenance status: Minimally maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: Content, Import/Export, Third-party Integration
- Reported installs: 791 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 23,513
- Last modified: December 2, 2014
- This project is not covered by the security advisory policy.
It may have publicly disclosed vulnerabilities. Use at your own risk!