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Migrating to Drupal 7 by Trevor James

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Mapping your importer

Now we're ready to create our mapping. The mapping will associate our CSV file's columns of content and data with the custom fields we've added to our content type. Here we'll tell the Feeds module and our importer which fields to add our imported content to during the import process.

To get started with your mapping click on the Mapping link in the Node processor tab on your Importer configuration screen. The mapping screen will load. This screen shows a table that has the following columns:

  • SOURCE: This is the name of your source column in the CSV—use the header label here.
  • TARGET: This is the custom field you want to map the source to in your content type.
  • UNIQUE TARGET: This checkbox allows you to set a unique target. Generally ...

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