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Forum One will present lessons learned from a recent Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 migration of a complex, data-driven website – County Health Rankings & Roadmaps. ...

Forum One will present lessons learned from a recent Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 migration of a complex, data-driven website – County Health Rankings & Roadmaps.

During this webinar, you’ll learn:

The costs and benefits of upgrading Drupal
Tips for project planning and implementation
Modules and techniques that will make your project go more smoothly

You’ll leave with an understanding of the business and technical considerations you need to make a decision and make your upgrade a success.

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  • Forum One CommunicationsJune 13, 2013Healthy Drupal 7 Upgrades
  • HousekeepingWe’ll  send  you  a  link  to  the  archived  webinar  within  a  few  days.Please  submit  your  ques;ons  via  the  chat.  We  will  have  about  15  minutes  for  Q&A  at  the  end  of  the  webinar.
  • A Question for You!Have  you  upgraded  from  Drupal  6  to  7?  If  so,  what  problems  did  you  run  into?
  • Your PresentersJenn  JohnsonProject  ManagerStein  SetvikTechnical  LeadAndrew  CohenSenior  Advisor
  • Presenting the Patient
  • Diagnosis
  • DefinitionsUpda5ng:  Typically  refers  to  bringing  your  site  up  to  the  latest  minor  version  of  Drupal,  e.g.  such  as  upda;ng  from  Drupal  7.12  to  Drupal  7.14.Upgrading:  Refers  to  moving  from  one  major  release  to  another,  e.g.,  from  Drupal  7  to  Drupal  8.  Migra5ng:  In  this  context,  it  generally  means  moving    content  or  code  from  one  version  of  Drupal  to  another.  
  • Drupal Release HistoryVersion Release  Date4 June  20025 January  20076 February  20087 January  20118 December  2013?
  • Drupal  6  usage  declining  rapidlyDrupal  7  usage  steadily  increasingDrupal Weekly Project Usage7.x6.x
  • Should This Patient Upgrade?
  • New Features/Modules•Popular  common  modules  now  in  core•Latest  and  greatest  modules  are  7+  only•More  flexible  content  types•Any  en;ty  is  fieldable
  • “Latest and Greatest” WatchNaGaHaMa
  • Responsive Design
  • Why Not Wait for 8?•Drupal  6  cannot  be  directly  upgraded  to  Drupal  8,  you  must  upgrade  a  Drupal  6  site  to  Drupal  7  first.  •Drupal  8  will  not  be  released  or  stabilized  for  quite  some  ;me.•Drupal  7  is  in  its  prime  now.
  • CountyHealthRankings.org:  2012
  • Scrubbing In
  • Project Approach
  • Project Approach
  • Project Approach
  • Project Approach
  • Budgeting Tips
  • Surgery
  • Question6 7
  • Migration optionsupdate.php migrate  module migrate_d2d  module
  • migrate_d2dDrupal  to  DrupalData  Migra5on  moduledrupal.org/project/migrate_d2d
  • data but not structure        Yes!nodesusersfiles        Noviewspanelsnodequeues
  • The code...
  • Gotchas6 7
  • #1: rows skippeduse  drush
  • #2: files deleted1.  use  migrate  dev  release2.  for  file  fields,  add$this->addFieldMapping(field_image:preserve_files)->defaultValue(TRUE);drupal.org/node/1676652
  • #3: dates disappearpatch  date  moduledrupal.org/node/1832544
  • #4: field collectionspatch  field_collec5on  moduledrupal.org/node/1175082#comment-­‐6833952
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Post Op/Recovery
  • PrescriptionDiagnosis  is  cri5calPlanning  ensures  successUse  available  surgical  toolsPlan  the  recovery
  • Thank Youacohen@forumone.comjjohnson@forumone.comssetvik@forumone.com