7 – Feed importers: how to import JSON data into a node field while being formatted as JSON

I am using Feeds, Feeds Extensible Parsers and jsonPath Parser to import several thousand items into a D7 site. Each element creates a corresponding node.

The values ​​of most JSONs key:value the pairs are assigned directly to the Drupal fields as is, that is

{ "name" : "value" } >> my_field: value

Most fields are imported correctly using this method, however, some elements contain nested information that must be imported into a textarea countryside while still formatted as JSON data:

{ "name" : "value" } >> my_textarea: { "name" : "value" }

When I run my importer, all fields except those who expect data with JSON format they are populated correctly I can save JSON data in those fields successfully, so there are no text filters to delete it.

Any idea how this can be achieved?

Importers of XenForo | NulledTeam UnderGround

Today, we have released XenForo Importers 1.0.1, a maintenance version for the complement of our importers. This version is mainly aimed at bug fixes:

Some of the changes include:

  • vBulletin: only rewrite citations where a publication ID is specified in the BB appointment code.
  • vBulletin: Re-implement the blogModerators step and disable the blogUsers step.
  • vBulletin: prevents errors when importing faces if there are no faces to import.
  • vBulletin: process friend lists / ignore correctly …

List sale site with importers from several countries.


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