The problem for many folks is that their phpbb DB is far too big to run scripts on if you have a shared host. Myself, I would like to change the script so that I can import only the users, not all of the posts and private messages. I will look at the sql and see if I can do that.
can this be reversed to go from e107 to phpbb? id like to convert to phpbb. im still going to keep e107 but not for the forum. I have an idea id like to try. but i need to convert my e107 info into phpbb so i can develop what i got in my head.. would it be real hard to reverse this script to do the opposite? Id be even wlling to pay a little cash? 20 bucks or something to reverse it?
It would be a fairly serious coding and testing exercise to do the opposite. I would say that it definitely won't happen as part of the 'core' E107; and will only happen at all if someone with coding skills and probably knowledge of both E107 and phpbb can be encouraged to do it. And don't forget that if you wanted to use phpbb with E107, to do it properly they would need to be integrated.
thats what im toying with. and i suck at converting. im tring to get it to where the userdata base is shared at least.
I wouldnt ever expect to see this in the core.. Im just at a lose on who else has knowladge in converting in this area. if i can get a converstion script and see whats going where. then i use that in moving stuff back and forth.. pain in the ass i know. And im more a visual learner. anyways thanks for the comments on it.. I wil lkeep searching
Yes I am using that version, just tried with a whole cvs install of e107 with the same issue: 1st post is shown with no replies. This post has 88 replies, even shows you in the forums. [-link-] but you cant see any replies. Also shows this next to replies
I must be missing something.....
I managed to import the Database into Dragonfly which is a nuke fork with no issues, so the database seems ok to use.
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