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Old 23rd February 2006, 02:32
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hi folks,

what's the best way to import all users, domains, email-accounts, ... from confixx into ISPconfig ? (perl- & mysql-knowledge available).

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Old 23rd February 2006, 08:50
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On the same server, or are Confixx and ISPConfig installed on different servers?
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Old 23rd February 2006, 22:12
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On the same server, or are Confixx and ISPConfig installed on different servers?
on differnet servers, but moving the mysql-db and the directories wouldn't be a problem.
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Old 23rd February 2006, 23:33
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You must create all web sites and users manually in ISPConfig and then move all files (HTML files, etc.) to the new server. Unfortunately there's no other way.
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You must create all web sites and users manually in ISPConfig and then move all files (HTML files, etc.) to the new server. Unfortunately there's no other way.
how does ispconfig store it's configuration, there must be some way to create it from the content of the confixx-mysql-data ?

or would it be possible with this SOAP-interface ?
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Old 24th February 2006, 13:37
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how does ispconfig store it's configuration, there must be some way to create it from the content of the confixx-mysql-data ?
There are so many dpendencies between the tables that even I couldn't do it manually...

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or would it be possible with this SOAP-interface ?
Yes, but it won't be less work than directly using the ISPConfig web interface.
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Yes, but it won't be less work than directly using the ISPConfig web interface.
couldn't i use the perl-soap module to automate it ?
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Sure you can use the PHP SOAP interface. Please contact me at t.brehm [at] projektfarm [dot] com then i can send you the current prerelease per email.
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