Migration from cal to calendarize¶
This will help you to migrate data from cal to calendarize.
Installed extension calendarize (version 12)
Tables from cal (e.g.
TYPO3 v10.4 (v11 is NOT supported)
Deprecated since version 13: Was removed in calendarize 13 and later
Migration of records¶
The migration is an upgrade wizard and listed inside the admin tool. Inside the Upgrade > Upgrade Wizard and you should be listed as "Migrate cal event structures to the new calendarize event structures. [...]".
The wizard is only displayed, if the table
It is also possible to execute the wizard from the command line.
# Run using the identifier 'calendarize_calMigration' ./vendor/bin/typo3 upgrade:run calendarize_calMigration
Changed in version 8.2.0: The identifier was formerly called
Migration of plugins¶
The plugins of cal can partially be migrated to plugins of calendarize. For this take a look at sypets/cal2calendarize.
The wizard uses the default event model and places the result in the same folder as the old records.
To keep track of already migrated records, the
import_id is a combination of
calMigration: and the old uid.
The basic / common fields of Calendar Events (
tx_cal_event) get migrated to the Event model.
For most date options a Configuration record is used.
Event Exception (Groups)¶
Event exceptions are used to exclude dates in recurring events and can be grouped.
Event Exception Groups (
tx_cal_exception_event_group) get migrated to Configuration Groups.
The corresponding Event Exceptions (
tx_cal_exception_event) become single Configurations and are added to the group.
Finally the group gets added to the Events with excluded Handling.
Older versions of cal (< 2.0) used its own table
cal_category for categories.
These will be migrated to
sys_categories of TYPO3.
The newer version using
sys_categories is also supported.
Calendar, Locations, Attendees, Deviations¶
These record types are currently NOT migrated.
Be aware that some things are not migrated:
Some fields and tables (e.g. calendar, locations, attendees, deviations, ...)
Additionally fields by other extensions