Migrating Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 with the Migration Framework

We do quite a lot of migrations at work and previously I've seen other developers roll many different solutions from using a Feeds and Services combination to rolling their own importers but it was my turn and I decided to carry out some further research.

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Thanks for sharing this info!
I have been upgrading my Drupal 6 to 7 for 2 months, there were lots of work with scripts and I almost gave up.. But then my friend suggested me one tool that makes Drupal upgrade automatically - http://wparena.com/how-to/how-to-migrate-from-drupal-to-wordpress-coding-free-a-guide-for-non-programmers/

It moves only content elements without modules and theme, but still it makes the upgrade much more simple. Now, I'm almost done with the site redesigning and i'm pretty happy with the result. This tool took me several hours of upgrading while I had spent the months before. Actually, this service is developed both for programmers and non-techies and it doesn't require any software or module installation. Also, you may check whether it fits your peculiar site case by proceeding with the demo migration of 10 pages with all their entities for free. here's direct link to this site and the list of supported entities http://www.cms2cms.com/supported-cms/drupal-update

I think this will be useful for you!
Best Regards!

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I do get this error:

Class DevblogFileMigration no longer exists

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@Sathesth that usually means either the file isn't included in your .info file, the filename is wrong or maybe changed since it was last registered. If you're still having issues, i'd delete the entry in the migrate_status table.

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