If you have a lot of users or products, be prepared for a long wait, and make sure you have plenty of memory/execution time in your php.ini script. I ran it on a WAMP server (localhost) so I was able to bump it up a bit. It seemed to import around 500 to 1000 users per 120 second limit (until I wised up and increased the execution time).
When I ran it, it did not import the images, but it may be because I only hooked up the OScommerce database locally, not the full site, since it was text data I was mostly concerned with. Also I have a very old version of OScommerce with CREloaded circa 2003! It also missed the Information Pages completely, but that I would attribute to simply being an older version of OSCommerce.
I'd love to see it import Links, but again, this may be something unique to my old version of OScommerce.
Thanks to the author for this plugin, you just saved me hours of work. Only wish was that it also imported product pictures as well, but the bulk of the work was handled.
Does exactly what it says it does. A++
Very nice plugin. Reduced my work so much. Imported all oscommerce products in one click. Thanks a lot for making this plugin.
Sorry for this comment from "google translation"
This plugin is very well built and understandable.
If your products are not imported, remove the
pd.language = 1 in the first query after the comment "Import the products."
And if the application will stop every 30 seconds, do not forget this line:
ini_set ('max_execution_time', time in seconds)
I have used this plugin for migrating from oscommerce. It works out of the box without any issues. The only change I did was to not use Remote MySQL. Instead I just copied over the tables to a database on the localhost.
The products, categories and customers were imported successfully without any hiccups.
Great work. Saved me a lot of time on coding up something that would have been used only once.
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