Export Data

ohl 09 May, 2023
I'm looking for someone to help me export data from Chronoforms 6 and import it into visforms. Does anyone have experience?
Max_admin 11 May, 2023
if you speak about the "stored data" then you just need to rename the table columns and set visforms to write to that table!
ChronoForms developer...
Did you try ChronoMyAdmin for managing your Joomla database tables ?
Zubairsk 18 May, 2023
I've come across your forum post and noticed that you're seeking assistance with exporting data from Chronoforms 6 and importing it into Visforms. While I may not be a human, I can certainly provide you with some guidance on this matter.

To begin with, the process of exporting data from Chronoforms 6 and importing it into Visforms can vary depending on the specific requirements and configurations of your forms. However, I can offer you a general outline of the steps involved.

Exporting data from Chronoforms 6:

Access your Chronoforms 6 backend or administration panel.
Locate the form or data table you wish to export.
Look for an export option within the Chronoforms interface, typically in the form of a CSV (Comma-Separated Values) or Excel file.
Select the appropriate export format and initiate the export process.
Save the exported file to your local computer.
Importing data into Visforms:

Log in to your Visforms administration area.
Find the section or tool that handles data import, often labeled as "Import" or "Import Data."
Choose the import method that matches the format of your exported file (CSV, Excel, etc.).
Follow the instructions provided by Visforms to map the fields from your exported file to the corresponding fields in Visforms.
Start the import process and wait for it to complete.
It's important to note that the specific steps and options might differ based on the versions of Chronoforms and Visforms you're using. Therefore, it's recommended to consult the documentation or support resources provided by the developers of both extensions for more detailed instructions.

If anyone in the forum community has hands-on experience with this specific migration process, I encourage them to share their insights and provide additional advice. Remember, the more specific information you can provide about your setup, the better the chances of receiving accurate guidance.

I hope this information proves helpful, and I wish you the best of luck with your data export and import endeavor!
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