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  • #31
    Originally posted by blkbird
    I have acces to all the files with invision through a network folder. No, i havent installedd vbulletin yet.....
    Step one of importing your data into vBulletin: Install vBulletin into a new database.

    Step two, is to make sure you have the IPB database reachable over the internet. I am not sure a network folder works (no experience with this) It should be in a mysql database the .sql dump shouldn't reside inside a folder/

    Step three, install impex (and point to the right source/target database)
    Source = IPB's database
    Target = vB's database

    Step four, run the impex script.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Floris
      Step one of importing your data into vBulletin: Install vBulletin into a new database.

      Step two, is to make sure you have the IPB database reachable over the internet. I am not sure a network folder works (no experience with this) It should be in a mysql database the .sql dump shouldn't reside inside a folder/

      Step three, install impex (and point to the right source/target database)
      Source = IPB's database
      Target = vB's database

      Step four, run the impex script.
      Here is our manual from where you can find installation and impex installation help.

      http://www.vBulletin.com/docs/html

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