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Tramsfer Jive data to Jforum

 
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I wanna to move my jive forum to Jforum,but i also wanna to save my users imformations.
Is there anyone can give me some details about the database diagram of jforum.
Thanks a lot.....
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Here:

https://jforum.dev.java.net/source/browse/jforum/jforum_model.gif?rev=1.1&view=markup

You can also take a look in the phpbb => jforum migration tool that comes with JForum 2.1.8, as a place of ideas.

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I'm trying to migrate from jive to jforums too. Did anybody find a migration tool to help or has it been mainly reviewing schemas and looking at what data to convert and move over. Does anybody have a guide or a document that explains things like this jive table needs to be written to these three tables in jforums? Any other information would be great.
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markokke wrote:I'm trying to migrate from jive to jforums too. Did anybody find a migration tool to help or has it been mainly reviewing schemas and looking at what data to convert and move over. Does anybody have a guide or a document that explains things like this jive table needs to be written to these three tables in jforums? Any other information would be great.



Add me to the list of JForum adopters looking for this too. I've heard it mentioned that this was performed successfully by another integrator wbut have not been able to find these details.
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I'm looking for it too !
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Hi,
have you got any solutions???

thanks

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