[Koha] 3.1 data into 3.2 database?

Brian Chee chee at hawaii.edu
Wed Feb 16 07:00:24 NZDT 2011

While there might be a Kohatsu specific way to do imports....I just
thought I'd chime in about a data mashup tool I found that makes it
much easier to import/export, extract, or manipulate your data
(convert full name by concatenating fname+khans, etc).

Download a free copy of Apatar that can create connectors to multiple
data sources (mysql, ms-SQL, oracle, excel, etc) and output to same as
long as you have enough rights associated with the credentials.

Brian Chee

Sent from my iPad

On Feb 15, 2011, at 7:51 AM, Tom Hanstra <tom at nd.edu> wrote:

> I've inherited a MySQL database export from a 3.1 version of Koha. I
> need to load this data into a locally hosted version of Koha.
> Is there going to be a good way to load that data into a 3.2 database?
> Or am I going to have to install a 3.1 version of Koha in order to load
> the data and then look to upgrade the software to a 3.2 version? What
> is the best way to address such a situation?
> Also, might there be database changes made for minor revisions? Would I
> need to get the exact version of Koha in order to load the 3.1 data or
> would the last available version of 3.1 be sufficient should I need to
> downgrade?
> Thanks,
> Tom
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