The latest version of Magento 2, Magento 2.2 has been released in Sept that brings significant new functionality to the market. It’s not a surprise that B2B segment of ecommerce is a huge focus in Magento 2.2, and this focus on B2B features makes sense when you consider the rapid growth of the B2B market, which should generate $6,7 trillion across the global by 2020, as reported in a research by Frost & Sullivan.
For now Magento 2 is in the phase of active improvement. In this context the most important question is how to migrate from Magento 1 and the latest Magento 2.2.
This blog will serve as a quick guide for those who need to know about what’s new in Magento 2.2 and all changes that will affect your Magento data migration projects. Continue reading
Oct 2, 2017 Update
UB Data Migration Pro version 3.1.1 has just been released -- here
, Fully compatible with Magento 2.2.
We’re excited to announce that UB Data Migration Pro 3.1.0 is now available -- a major update overhauls the migration dashboard user interface.
An absolutely overhauled Dashboard UI
Beyond the revamped user interface, here’s a quick glance at all of the amazing things we have improved in 3.1.0:
- Allow to keep original IDs of specific data objects
- Allow to migrate Custom Attributes of Customer and Customer address
- A brand new Dashboard UI
- Compatibility testing with Magento 2.1.9
- Improve with bug fixes
Changelog for (Magento 2) UB Data Migration Pro extension (version 3.1.1)
Latest update: Oct 2, 2017
- Compatibility testing with Magento 2.2
- Fixed the issue with delta migration mode in step #7 in ver.3.1.0
- Compatibility testing with Magento 2.1.9
- Completely overhaul the whole Dashboard UI
- Added: Allow to migrate Custom Attributes on Customer and Customer Address
- Fixed: Applied tweaks for some special database cases in the sales data section
- Added: Allow to keep original primary IDs of the following data objects:
- Step #5: Products Migration
- Catalog Products Entities
- Catalog Product EAV Data Tables:
- Catalog Product Galleries
- Catalog Product Options
- Catalog Product Option Type Values
- Catalog Product Option Type Titles
- Catalog Product Option Type Prices
- Catalog Product Option Prices
- Catalog Product Option Titles
- Catalog Product Stock Items
- Catalog Product Links
- Catalog Product Super Links
- Catalog Product Super Attributes
- Catalog Product Bundle Options
- Catalog Product Bundle Selections
- Catalog Product Download Links
- Catalog Product Download Samples
- Step #6: Customers Migration
- Customers Entities
- Customer EAV Data Tables:
- Customer Addresses
- Customer Address EAV Data Tables:
- Step #7: Sales data migration
- Sales Rules
- Sales Rule Coupons
- Sales Orders
- Sales Order Items
- Sales Order Addresses
- Sales Quotes
- Sales Quote Items
- Sales Quote Item Options
- Sales Quote Addresses
- Sales Quote Address Items
- Sales Quote Shipping Rates
- Sales Payments
- Sales Payment Transactions
- Sales Invoices
- Sales Shipment
- Sales Shipment Track
- Sales Shipment Item
- Sales Shipment Comment
- Sales Credit Memos
- Sales Order Taxes
- Sales Order Tax Items
Over the past two years of building the UB Data Migration Pro, we’ve evolved the extension’s functionalities and performance optimization. And we’ll constantly be improving our migration tool to ensure an even better Magento 2 data migration solution for you.
Today, let’s go through our new critical update -- UB Data Migration Pro version 3.0.9, with additional simple yet incredibly powerful features you should keep an eye out for.
Enhanced delta migration -- Both newly created & changed data in sync
The delta migration is used in the last stage of the data migration process to move data that was created or changed after the first migration from your Magento 1 database to Magento 2.
As you might notice, migrating delta data has been introduced since our major upgrade in UB Data Migration Pro v3.0.0. However, it just covers new data created on the Magento 1 site during your data migration process. That means changes to existing data on your current Magento 1 database are not applied and ported to Magento 2.
UB Data Migration Pro v3.0.9 -- Enhanced delta migration functionality
With the new improvement in version 3.0.9, UB Data Migration Pro keeps both ‘created’ and ‘changed’ data in sync. Then, you can have an exact copy of the latest Magento 1 database at a specific point in time. Not only does this greatly minimize the manual workaround, but it also ensures data integrity, one of the essential factor for any data migration project. How convenient it is! Continue reading
As you are probably aware of, process of migrating data is one of the biggest challenges for any Magento migration project. If you have taken the decision to transfer to Magento 2, it is almost a no-brainer that you should be using a data migration tool to ease the migration process. Due to the complex difference of data structure between Magento 1 and Magento 2, you should know all the important aspects to get fully prepared before you start the migration procedure.
Last month, we had a great chance sharing our findings about Magento data migration -- (Infographic) 10 Questions To Ask Before Any Magento Big Data Migration which was featured on Cloudways (you can browse the full article here). It covers top 10 questions that you might take into account when coming up with a migration plan.
Since users reach us at Ubertheme with repeated questions as well, especially from ones who are new to our UB Data Migration Pro tool, we decided to put the commonly raised questions (FAQs) about our UB Data Migration Pro together below. This FAQs would be a good starting point that helps you prepare your migration plan properly. Continue reading
Magento 2 is going to gradually replace Magento 1, even though it doesn’t seem to be too urgent at the moment. It’s better to be fully prepared for moving though. And walking through real data migration projects will help you know available options to get ready with Magento 2 data migration.
Today we are going to discover a new successful Magento CE Data Migration project at Ubertheme. In this case study, Jeroen Schermer (Director at Freelaunch.nl) tells us about their Magento 2 data migration project; using UB Data Migration Pro to migrate Client/Order data and all 230,000 products to Magento 2.
Big thanks to Jeroen Schermer for your time and contributions to share your migration project with our friends at Ubertheme.
2016 has been filled with great moments and exciting projects. Even though it has been a busy end of year at Ubertheme, we want to share the recap of what we have been doing for the past few months and what is brewing behind the scenes.
Check out our top Magento 2 and Magento 1 projects and highlights below:
Top 5 Magento 2 Extension Updates
Ubertheme 2016 Recap: Top 5 Magento 2 Extension Updates
[M2] UB Data Migration Pro 3.0.4
This maintenance release fixes for specific special database migration cases and compatibility testing with the latest Magento 2.1.3. Our team worked hard on a complete overhaul -- version 3 release in October and all releases since. We are really excited about bringing this big release to you in 2016 and happy to see the Pro version has made it easy for many developers to migrate database from Magento 1 to Magento 2 with ease, like here and here.
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The latest and most advanced e-commerce platform for Magento 2.0 has essentially been completely revamped compared to its 1.X release in Nov 2015. Consequently, moving to this new platform will be beneficial for most brands, retailers, and merchants. And as you might have guessed, data migration is a key component of the overall Magento 2.0 migration process.
If you are planning to migrate to Magento 2, it is almost a no-brainer that you should be using a migration tool to ease the migration process.
So, before you start, it’s crucial to learn what are all the important aspects you need to consider for this data migration? And what are the best practices to keep in mind?
You can find some hints via the infographic below — Magento 2 Data Migration Tool Box. Even though it previews the whole data migration process by providing an overview about UB Data Migration Pro tool, you can briefly learn about stages of the migration process; what is migrated and in what order. You can also learn how to delta migrate in the post-migration steps.
Sept 15, 2017 Update
UB Data Migration Pro version 3.1.0 has just been released -- here
, with an absolutely refreshed Dashboard UI. Fully compatible with Magento 2.1.9. It supports Command-line Interface (CLI) which allows you to proceed migration steps using the command lines in CLI mode, after completing all pre-migration setting steps.
After months of hard work, UB Data Migration Pro v3.0 (V3) is now a reality. I am excited to announce that the version 3 (V3) is a complete overhaul compared to its older sibling.
The new V3 provokes familiar questions:
- Can I migrate Magento 1 data into an existing Magento 2 database?
- I have new customers, order and inventory changes during the development time, can I transfer such new data from Magento 1 site without re-migration from the scratch?
- Is it possible to migrate only specific data portions?
The short answer: YES. Even better, the V3 makes life easier for large-scale data migration, with one of the most striking new features -- Delta migration.
UB Data Migration Pro V3
*** Feb 8, 2017 Note: We did work with Radford on the staging Winetasting.com server during the data migration process. At present this domain has been changed to a new one (confidential).
Today we have a good chance to interview Radford Castro -- Lead Developer at Winetasting.com. He’s responsible for the day-to-day duties that are related to the web aspect of the business and working on migrating from an older platform to Magento 2.x.
Back to May 2016, Radford approached our team at Ubertheme for the custom data migration inquiry. And until July, after Winetasting.com got things ready for the data migration project, Radford and our team moved forward with migrating 382,047 customer entities from Magento 1 to Magento 2.
Even though the project narrows down to migrating customer entity only, this case study gives you an idea of why Winetasting.com decided to start with Magento 2 and how they got the data migration ready to take advantage of this new platform.
Thanks to Radford for sitting down with us to share about your Winetasting.com data migration project.