[TYPO3-english] Localisation problem after t3d and templavoila import

David Bruchmann typo3-en at bruchmann-web.de
Wed May 6 11:49:32 CEST 2009

Hy Sara,

i'd use the dirty way again: phpmyadmin.
Problem is that you want to merge two trees. Here t3d-import is the 
right method because it can change uids and pids without loosing connection.
Making that manually can cost a lot of time especially in fields with 
lists of uids.

Another possibility:
You can try to rewind the import and assure, that all languages are 
present in root-page. If so than import again. I write this because I 
think T3 changed the language perhaps due to loss of the second one at 
your import.

Best Regards

----- Ursprüngliche Nachricht -----
Von:        Sara Weale <webmaster at llgc.org.uk>
Gesendet:   Mittwoch, 6. Mai 2009 11:24:00
An:         TYPO3 English <typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de>
Betreff:    Re: [TYPO3-english] Localisation problem after t3d and 
templavoila import
> It seems that the alternative language pages are now marked as the 
> default language and all the content elements in either language are 
> unlinked.
> Is there any quick way to duplicate a site in an existing tree structure 
> which keeps the whole site together? The t3d export function combined 
> with the templavoila importer jsut does not work.
> Sara
> David Bruchmann wrote:
>> Hy Sara,
>> import through t3d for me always was a bit buggy.
>> I'm using phpmyadmin or other tools for that to copy the whole database.
>> referring the languages: are you sure you importet also the 
>> page-translations (I don't mean the translated content-elements)?
>> Best regards
>> david
>> By the way: I like your page :)

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