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TOPIC: Migrating to Joomla v1.6

Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15106

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Hello

I have purchased Acyba Enterprise some days ago and I'm absolutely satisfied with the component.

Now Joomla v1.6 is out, and I wanted to migrate to this version.

I would like to try out all on localhost first, then re-transfer all on my proper domain.

But how can I transfer all my ACYMAILING data and license to the new joomla 1.6 site?

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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15107

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Hello,

Joomla will probably develop a kind of "migrator" system to move from a Joomla 1.5 to Joomla 1.6 website.
I would recommend you to wait for that migrator before moving your website.

On the AcyMailing end, you should:
1/ Install the latest version of AcyMailing on your Joomla 1.5 website (that will make the migration easier)
2/ Copy the folder media/com_acymailing form your J1.5 website to your J1.6 website
3/ Export the table jos_acymailing_* from one website to an other
4/ Install AcyMailing on your J1.6 website.

If you don't change your website url, you won't have anything to do about your licence.
If you change your website url and get blocked when trying to access the AcyMailing back-end on your new website, please uninstall AcyMailing from your old website and send us an e-mail with both websites url so we can switch your licence.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15108

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john

tks for yr reply

if i try it on localhost first will i have problems with the licence?

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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15109

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You can safely try it on your localhost, the licence won't bother you.
Please have a look at our official documentation before posting a new message!

If you use AcyMailing, please post a rating and a review at the Joomla! Extensions Directory.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15201

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so acymail will install on 1.6?
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 8 years 2 months ago #15202

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so acymail will install on 1.6?
Yes, AcyMailing 1.6.0 could already be installed on J1.6 and our recent 1.7.0 release will do an even better job on J1.6.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 8 months ago #22497

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from the instructions below I could find the - media/com_acymailing in my files but not the jos_acymailing_ .
I am looking in the files on my cpanel is this the right place on should I be looking in the adminstator on my site?



On the AcyMailing end, you should:
1/ Install the latest version of AcyMailing on your Joomla 1.5 website (that will make the migration easier)
2/ Copy the folder media/com_acymailing form your J1.5 website to your J1.6 website
3/ Export the table jos_acymailing_* from one website to an other
4/ Install AcyMailing on your J1.6 website.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 8 months ago #22505

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Hello,

I was referring to your database.
You will find the jos_acymailing_* tables in your database, you should connect via phpMyAdmin to your database to handle that.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 8 months ago #22538

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I am not very computer literate.I just wanted to move the user mailing list across. Is it possible to upload the extension onto the new site and then move the mailing list from the old site across to that?
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 8 months ago #22539

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Hello,

You should first export the AcyMailing information from your database in order to import them in your new database.
So connect to phpMyAdmin (database tool you should have access to), then export the jos_acymailing_* tables and import them in your new database.
Once done, please install AcyMailing again on your new website.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 8 months ago #22541

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thanks I will try that
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #22882

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will this also work on joomla 1.7?
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #22883

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Yes. It's the same migration process.
Please have a look at our official documentation before posting a new message!

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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #22888

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Thanks
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #22889

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I have loads of "jos-acymailing- " files. none of them are called jos-acymailing-tables.
Is jos-acymailing-tables all of the "jos-acymailing- " files put together?
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #22890

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Is jos-acymailing-tables all of the "jos-acymailing- " files put together?
Yes.
jos_acymailing_subscriber, jos_acymailing_list, jos_acymailing_config, jos_acymailing_template...
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #23065

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I have done the first and second step of the instructions below and can see in my files that acymail Has moved to the new site as shown here -
/public_html/1/administrator/components/com_acymailing
/public_html/1/components/com_acymailing
but when i actually log on to the administrator I can not see the the acymail file there. Is this normal or have i done something wrong?

instructions
On the AcyMailing end, you should:
1/ Install the latest version of AcyMailing on your Joomla 1.5 website (that will make the migration easier)
2/ Copy the folder media/com_acymailing form your J1.5 website to your J1.6 website
3/ Export the table jos_acymailing_* from one website to an other
4/ Install AcyMailing on your J1.6 website.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #23098

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I have done the first and second step of the instructions
You should do all steps (not only the first two one).
You will get AcyMailing installed and accessible only after you finished all steps.
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #23118

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I have been trying to export the table jos_acymailing_* from one website to an other. but it only seems to give me the choice of selecting all of the files from the data base or none I do not seem to be able to just select the jos_acymailing_* is this normal or should I be able to select just the jos_acymailing_*
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Re: Migrating to Joomla v1.6 7 years 7 months ago #23123

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Hello,

You should be able to export just the jos_acymailing_* tables.
-> Connect to phpMyAdmin
-> Select your database on the left (if you have more than one)
-> Click on the button "export" on the top of the screen
-> Select the tables you want to export
-> Click on the export button

If you don't select a database first and click on the "export" button, then you will export one entire database... I guess this is what you did?
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