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  • Sebenza Ultimate Wish List Export, then Import to Built In Wish List

    Is there a way to export Sebenza's Ultimate Wish List data, and then import it into Miva's built in Wish List. If anyone's been here before, details and guidance would be awesome!

    Thanks,

    Jamie

  • delcorsets
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    lesliekirk Yes, I had this done through Miva's MAP back when I was part of that.

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  • lesliekirk
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    Originally posted by delcorsets View Post
    Jamie,

    That should work... I was only on 5.28 and had to update to 5.30 before they could use their export tool.

    Psydde
    Just to confirm, Miva can do this? Did you go through Professional Services?

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  • jsdva
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    I was worried about the version. Thanks Psydde!

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  • delcorsets
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    Jamie,

    That should work... I was only on 5.28 and had to update to 5.30 before they could use their export tool.

    Psydde

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  • jsdva
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    Originally posted by delcorsets View Post
    jsdva I was in this same situation a few weeks ago. I ended up having Miva dev do it for us.

    As long as you were on the most recent version of the Sebenza Wish List module they have a tool or process in place that is able to export the data.
    Thanks for the info! The module's version is 5.30. Not sure what the latest version would have been, since most of the modules in the site are all in dire need of upgrades, so it might not bode well for this one either.

    Jamie

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  • delcorsets
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    jsdva I was in this same situation a few weeks ago. I ended up having Miva dev do it for us.

    As long as you were on the most recent version of the Sebenza Wish List module they have a tool or process in place that is able to export the data.

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  • jsdva
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    Crap, Bruce! That's not what I was hoping to hear. Can't understand why the module was made without some sort of export feature in the first place. Just makes no sense.

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  • Bruce - PhosphorMedia
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    You'd have to do this at the database level. It looks doable, but not easy. :(

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