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Is there a way to move only the user's balance?

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  • #3884
    vorticism
    Participant

    If I installed a new WordPress and reinstalled the plugin,

    Is there a way to move only the user’s balance based on the user list that was migrated?
    (Transactions do not have to be moved)

    #3908
    alexg
    Keymaster

    If you have preserved user_ids by reloading the old wp_users table, then you can export the transactions to csv and reimport them.

    You bring a valid point, that exporting and re-importing should be based on emails, not user_ids. I will work on the exporter/importer function so that this is easier.

    For the time being, do the following: Copy the tables wp_users, wp_wallets_txs and wp_wallets_adds from your old installation to the new one. Everything should work nicely.

    #3933
    alexg
    Keymaster

    In version 3.6.1 of the plugin, you can now use the CSV export feature to write out a file of user transactions, where users are denoted by email, not user_id. Therefore you can now re-import that file to a new WordPress installation where your users have different user_ids, as long as they have the same email address.

    #3942
    vorticism
    Participant

    Thanks for the update.
    It is good to be able to import by email.

    #3995
    vorticism
    Participant

    When transaction is imported, is the ‘move’ transaction excluded?
    I tried several times, but I can not see move transactions.
    Most of my transactions are ‘move’.

    #4000
    alexg
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    When you import transactions, they are not executed. They should instead appear in your transactions list at the state they were in when exported, and with their original date.

    Also, when you import transactions, there is a count of transactions successfully imported and a count of total transactions read from a file. Any transactions that are already in your DB would fail to be reimported. Any DB errors would also cause a transaction to not be imported.

    I would recommend that you first verify that the move transactions are not imported. If not, then there might be clues in your mySQL’s error.log file. The errors will also be written into your WordPress debug log if logging is enabled in wp-config.php. The errors would be written at the moment you attempt the import. Could you please check?

    Please let me know what you find.

    kind regards

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