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Migrating from Mkportal to ocportal

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Hi
I am migrating a mature mkportal cms and phpbb2 forum to ocportal.
I am new to this game but have worked as an oracle dba in a former life:dry:

I am having problems with the import. Any clues as to where to go?
TIA
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Hi,

Please describe the problems :). Or if you'd like me to try it out (maybe there are bugs) please send an SQL dump to chris@ocportal.com.


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Hi Chris
The error message appears to say ocportal cannot find the Mkportal file system
The given import path is not correct (the /home/linweb06/g/xxx.co.uk/user/htdocs/mkportal file is not there
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Mark
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Is it there ;)? lol.


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