First you need the prepare row functions in your custom module
source: plugin: d7_node node_type: market_center key: d7finra constants: uid_root: 1 node_article: 'article' destination: plugin: entity:node process: # Hardcode the destination node type (bundle) as 'migrate_example_beer'. id: nid type: plugin: default_value default_value: article title: title field_mm_mcid: field_mm_mcid field_mm_url: plugin: iterator source: field_mm_url process: uri: url title: title options: attributes field_core_content_type_tax: plugin: sub_process source: field_core_content_type_tax
Create the target taxonomy on the D8 side first with the correct machine name, and label
This was my error message:
complinetmigration already exists in active configuration
This was the solution:
drush sqlq 'SELECT * FROM config WHERE name LIKE "%complinet%";' drush sqlq 'DELETE FROM config WHERE name LIKE "%complinet%";' drush sqlq 'DELETE FROM config WHERE name LIKE "%to_D8%";'
drush config-import --partial --source="modules/custom/complinetmigration/config/install"
$messenger= \Drupal::messenger(); $messenger->addMessage('thanks for submitting the csv data, administrate users have been created from the csv file!');
worked on a mac book pro on 11/08/18
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DECLARE @result1 TABLE(subtype VARCHAR(5), total INT)
INSERT INTO @result1(subtype, total)
select DISTINCT top 2 t.subtype, t.total
from [test] t, [person] p
where (t.[record] = 'fc2765f2-ca90-48c2-a705-d2526c92d56d')
and p.[id] = t.[record]
and (t.[type] = 'SATII')
/*and (t.[rank_confirmed_subtype] = 1)*/
and (confirmed != 0 or confirmed IS NULL)
order by t.[total] desc
select total from @result1
An example python selenium test on a Harvard.edu site