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Does someone know the needed SQL queries in order to migrate a drupal database to wordpress 3.2. The following should be converted: 1. users 2. nodes 3. categories 4. comments 5. tags 6. cck images

I have found this conversion tutorial, but it is used for converting to wordpress 3.0 and it also does not support converting drupal 6 cck images.

Do you have any better ideas for converting?

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You can also check this java program for the core migration. Wordpress 3.2 has not changed the database structure from 3.0 so the same queries still apply. Advanced things are not covered because depend a lot on your exact drupal configuration (i.e. there are many ways to add CCK images and each one will store the info using a different table/field in the database).

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is this the right solution? –  Tyler Durden Aug 10 '12 at 15:20
IMHO, it's the best free solution you may find but it's not complete (nor the others) for the reasons I mentioned in the previous comment. In that link you can also find an ad for our professional migration services if you are interested –  Jordi Cabot Aug 11 '12 at 12:42
I saw it yesterday. I've got a wp website, i'm coping it, deleting the contents, changing the color of the theme and the name of some section. i need to import the contents and the user from a drupal website. –  Tyler Durden Aug 21 '12 at 13:05

You can use gconverter - they are doing all possible kinds of migration with many advanced options available, but this is paid and you'll have to wait 2-3 days for the result.

I prefer CMS2CMS - a tool for automatic migration, that does content and users import Drupal-Wordpress (and comments too) for free. Migration takes a couple minutes to be completed.

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An answer should be more than just a link to an external site. Please add a solution. –  toscho Dec 20 '12 at 14:44

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