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JOOM::GALLERY::FORUMJoomGallery 3.x JUXMigration Solved Topics: MigrationWhat it the Migration Path from JG 2.0 ACL?
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« on: 15-04-2013 04:40:25 »

As I have not converted any of my sites yet from Joomla 2.5 to 3.x, I am not sure how the migration for JoomGallery from 2 to 3 works.

Can you upgrade Joomla to 3.0, and then install JoomGallery 3 on top of JoomGallery 2?

Or

Do you need to build a new Joomla site in 3.x, and migrate from the old 2.5 site while it is still running?
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« Reply #1 on: 15-04-2013 13:41:54 »

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Can you upgrade Joomla to 3.0, and then install JoomGallery 3 on top of JoomGallery 2?

Yes, this is the correct way. First update Joomla!, then update JoomGallery, but please create a backup afore in case anything goes wrong.

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« Reply #2 on: 26-09-2013 09:43:05 »

I'm running Joomla 2.1.4 and Joomgallery 2.1.4 on root of my domain. In /new directory i'm finishing my new site with Joomla 3 and JG 3.

Is there a way to migrate JG 2 to Joomla 3 JG 3?

Ofcourse both installations are on same server

Thank you
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« Reply #3 on: 26-09-2013 19:23:46 »

You need to upgrade your existing Joomla to 3.x, and then upgrade JoomGallery itself.

I wouldn't recommend having more than one Joomla install in the same web hosting space.  Here's how I did it:

Using Akeeba Backup, I made a copy of my current site, and downloaded it.

I then restored a copy of Joomla in a test environment - in my case, on a separate cPanel account that was a subdomain of my main account.  (If my main account was www.foo.com, I made testing.foo.com on my hosting platform, and put it there.)

From there, I could test all I wanted, without disturbing my current install of Joomla.  I could also back up, erase, etc. my test environment without an issue.

If you can't create a new account on your web host, you can run a local server on your computer using WAMP or MAMP, or something similar, to do your testing.
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« Reply #4 on: 26-09-2013 19:35:41 »

i had in my mind something like this, but i was hoping for easier way :)

My current Joomla is 2.5 and template is not 3.0 ready, that's why i cannot upgrade it live. So, here what i will do ...

Download whole site
Download SQL

offline, make necessary changes in configuration.php

upload to other location and try to make upgrade to joomla 3 and hoping that i will be able to upgrade Joomgallery in background, so i can have new 3. tables in mysql to copy them to my existing Joomla 3.

Sounds complicated? No, it's not .. only time consumption is high :)
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« Reply #5 on: 15-11-2017 20:54:37 »

Hi
The summary I read about this topic is as follows:
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