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Hello, how can i export my nuke_users table to dragonly please? I owuld liek to keep my members but dont want to risk messing thins up. Id appreciate your help

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emgage wrote
Hello, how can i export my nuke_users table to dragonly please? I owuld liek to keep my members but dont want to risk messing thins up. Id appreciate your help


If you're talking about upgrading from PHP-Nuke, then I suggest you search around the Forums. There are plenty of upgrade stories for several versions of PHP-Nuke.

If you're hoping for a straight answer, then it would help if you mentioned version numbers and other details.
And it won't hurt to experiment with Dragonfly's installer on a subdomain or localhost with a copy of your database. 😉

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i dont want to upgrade from php-nuke. i started a fresh install of dragonfly. All i want to move from phpnuke is the members in the nuke_users table

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The easiest way would probably be to perform an upgrade from your nuke site and just delete whatever content you don't want.

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is there any other way at all. Its very important guys. I dont have the nuke website. I just have the nuke_users table and it has over 9,000 memebrs so id really like to keep them. I dappreciate your help please

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emgage wrote
is there any other way at all. Its very important guys. I dont have the nuke website. I just have the nuke_users table and it has over 9,000 memebrs so id really like to keep them. I dappreciate your help please


Two ways:
1) You could start a fresh PHP-Nuke database, import your old _users table data and then upgrade to Dragonfly to convert the _users table.
2) Study the db-structure of both systems , manually convert and import the data into a clean Dragonfly db.

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alva wrote
emgage wrote
is there any other way at all. Its very important guys. I dont have the nuke website. I just have the nuke_users table and it has over 9,000 memebrs so id really like to keep them. I dappreciate your help please


Two ways:
1) You could start a fresh PHP-Nuke database, import your old _users table data and then upgrade to Dragonfly to convert the _users table.
2) Study the db-structure of both systems , manually convert and import the data into a clean Dragonfly db.


Since, he only have the nuke_users, he would only have to install PHP-Nuke( your first suggestion), then import the users table. Then run Dragonfly installer. That should be it.

But do a test run on a localhost first to make sure that it work fine.

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thanks ofr ths suggestions guys. Ill try it out as soon as i buy my new hosting. Thanks a lot

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