1. james
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  3. Tuesday, 22 December 2009
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[size=1]How to import Jcommnets into joomla comments?

Import from table (obligatory) Select the database table which contains the comments to import Commented component value (obligatory) Select the Component name from and to which you want to import comments. Commented component column Select the column which contains the Component name selection. --- Id from the column (obligatory) Select the column which contains the Comment Id. --- Content Id from the column (obligatory) Select the column which contains the Content Item Id
In each column what should be chosen? And could jcomments be added to importer without having to do it manually? [/size]
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