Mauricio Dinarte

Our last article explored the syntax and structure of migration files. Today, we are diving deeper into the most important part of a migration: the process pipeline. This determines how source data will be processed and transformed to match the expected destination structure. We will learn how to configure and chain process plugins, how to set subfields and deltas for multi-value fields, and to work with source constants and pseudo-fields.

Mauricio Dinarte

In the previous article, we saw what a migration file looks like. We made some changes without going too deep into explaining the syntax or structure of the file. Today, we are exploring the language in which migration files are written and the different sections it contains.

Mauricio Dinarte

Previously, we explored generating migrations using the Migrate Upgrade module and managing them with Migrate Plus. Today, we cover migration plugins from Drupal Core. The two main methods differ in file patterns, locations, and change detection. Learn how to organize your code effectively and customize your approach for optimal results. This article is packed with practical tips and insights to make your migration smoother and more efficient. Get ahead of the curve – read our...

Jeremy Andrews

At the beginning of May, over a thousand people converged on the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon, for four days packed with announcements, learning opportunities, and comradery with the larger Drupal community. Among the many attendees, twenty-eight members of the Tag1 Team joined sessions, discussions, and led three impactful presentations – including the introduction of Gander as part of the Initiatives Keynote. Now that our team has slept off the jetlag and unpacked their...

Mauricio Dinarte

In the previous article we performed an automated migration via the administration interface with tools provided by Drupal core out of the box. This gave us the opportunity to familiarize ourselves with the different modules that assist with the task, settings that affect the migration, and the results when there are no customizations in place.

Mauricio Dinarte

Transition your Drupal 7 site to Drupal 10 with ease using the automated migration approach. This latest article from our comprehensive migration guide walks you through configuring the Drupal 10 site, enabling migration modules, and utilizing the Migrate Drupal UI for a smooth transition. Are you ready?

Mauricio Dinarte

Now that we have covered how to prepare for a migration, let’s put that knowledge into practice. In this article we introduce the example project: a Drupal 7 site that we will be migrating to Drupal 10. After providing an overview of project setup, we will perform an audit of the Drupal 7 site and draft a migration plan to Drupal 10.

Mauricio Dinarte

Today, we will take a step back from reviewing the Migrate API. Instead, we will have an overview of content and configuration entities in Drupal 10. This is important for two reasons.

Mauricio Dinarte

In the previous article, we talked about avoiding entity ID conflicts which is one of the primary known issues when migrating to Drupal 10. In this section, we will discuss other issues that might arise and some limitations of the API

Mauricio Dinarte

By default, the Drupal 7 to 10 upgrade path preserves entity IDs. In the previous article, we explained that this would cause problems if content or configuration already exists in the destination Drupal 10 site. Let’s explore this further and evaluate ways to work around the issue.