1. Margaret OConnor
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  3. Friday, 20 April 2018
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Installed and configured CMigrator according to instructions. Import of 200+ articles from a Drupal 7 site was successful. Ran the parser. No changes in href tags and no images. Errors indicate "file could not be opened". The correct origin domain was entered, and the image files exist, and the relative pathing works when I append the domain to the relative path as found in the original source.

This Drupal 7 site is a multisite configuration. Could that be the issue? If so, is there a workaround? Can I copy the files directory someplace else, like in the same directory structure of the Joomla installation and import from that? Is there a solution for this?

I've tried things like making everything in the files directory on the Drupal source chmod 0777, but that doesn't seem to work, so I don't think permissions is the problem.

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