Migration roadmap, from J!1.5 to J!2.5

8 years 7 months ago #21470 by yasarts
Dear ggppdk and other FLEXIcontent developers
like many of you, I follow the roadmap of joomla and since the annonce of 2.5, the next Long Term Support (LTS), of our prefered CMS, I'm try to plan my own roadmap for my biggest site in J!1.5.

No Jupgrade supports K2 and Kunena. Is it planified for FlexiContent too ?

In fact, I can see the huge work on Flexi 2.0 and 1.5.6.. I don't know how difficult is it to work to an integration with Jupgrade.
In the other hand, J!1.7 and higher is really a great CMS (especially with FlexiContent), better than J!1.5 certainly.
I would like working on my roadmap to migrate my websites in 2012, and especially the largest of them, for which FLEXIcontent is the "heart".
So, just to know how work this year, can you answer those questions :

1. Is is planified an esay way to upgrade from J!1.5 ?
2. If yes : an idea of when this tool could be finalized ?
3. If no : First step of my roadmap : learnig SQL ! ;-)

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8 years 7 months ago #21477 by ggppdk
Tables for FLEXIcontent versions are almost 100% same, only configuration data for some options is different, so if it is possible to upgrade joomla J1.5 articles and categories to J2.5, then it will be possible for FLEXIcontent too, but we have not done this yet and thus see what issues will need to be resolved and make an upgrade script.


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8 years 6 months ago #21689 by fgossart
Could you confirm that today it's not possible to migrate flexicontent data from 1.5 to 2.0 ?
I try it but really everything is mixed and unsuable

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8 years 6 months ago #21690 by ggppdk
My other answer is rather recent, yes we have not done this yet, besides our final version for J2.5 is not out yet, although it is coming.

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8 years 6 months ago #22148 by fgossart
Hello, could developpers tell us what about migration to Flexicontent 2.0 ? (and of course from Joomla 1.5 to > 1.7)

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8 years 6 months ago #22156 by ggppdk
Hello, i have merge your post with this forum thread, migration will be started soon after final versions

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8 years 6 months ago #22195 by tonnick
Hi

do you know more or less when flexicontent will be ready for joomla 2.5 ? days ? weeks ? monthes ?

I'd like to upgrade one of my website to new joomla core, but an important part is managed by flexicontent :/ I cannot migrate without flexi upgrade...

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8 years 6 months ago #22206 by ggppdk
Well i think i can work out the issues for J2.5 in a day, there are only a few changes needed:
Mainly the NAME CHANGE to all classes inheriting form Jtable.


Besides the v2.0 final is meant to support J2.5, but the work is too much, mainly 3 issues remain checking
- fixing ACL in all places,
- some cleanups/improvements need for searching
- support for J2.5

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8 years 6 months ago #22376 by TheSoMeEx
Just so I'm clear, a version compatible with 1.7 and 2.5 will be available soon?

I've not installed Flexi on a site in about a year, but I'd love to use it for a new project.

Thanks!

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8 years 6 months ago #22379 by micker
flexicontent 2.0 is comptabile j!17 (a few bug ...) and minor adaptation is necessay for j!2.5 (i test it actuly all thing works ...)
you can test it here
http://code.google.com/p/flexicontent/d ... p&can=2&q=
after killing bug we check j!1.5 -j!2.5 migration
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