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moeschkieto

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Importing from phpvms database
« on: September 20, 2015, 10:16:52 PM »
Hello all I am a new user and owner off multiple va's currently on phpvms but as manny know that vms is getting older,now I am looking for new things and currently vam seems to bee the best option. But I really would need a port from phpvms as my airlines have lots off hours already and the pilots also.
Thanks in advance joeri

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2015, 11:18:54 PM »
Hello all I am a new user and owner off multiple va's currently on phpvms but as manny know that vms is getting older,now I am looking for new things and currently vam seems to bee the best option. But I really would need a port from phpvms as my airlines have lots off hours already and the pilots also.
Thanks in advance joeri

Hi,

after the release of VAM 2.5 I will work on this migration, in fact many Va are interested in migrate to phpvms to VAM becasue VAM is new witn more features and also compatible with latest php version. stay tuned becasue in I will work on it.

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2015, 11:42:15 AM »
Wellcome Joeri I know you of phpvms forums, I'm in the same situation, this project looks good.  ;)

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2015, 05:18:36 PM »
Alejandro

thanks for looking in to it.
i already have a question has it ever been tried to import the database from phpvms to VAM i have don it with other custom software to phpvms and was able to keet pilots and their hours not their pireps as they where in  different table structure? i will try this this evening to see iff i can get it to function.
1 more question regarding vam is it possible to install it in the root and not have the vam in the URL structure or is that not possible?

thanks already.

ARV187 indeed we know eachother from phpvms and more will come i am sure off that

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2015, 09:19:36 PM »
Pilot pireps are in "vampireps" table if is that your question.

About url structure, good question.

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2015, 09:28:08 PM »
no not the pireps actually how that are storred but i think it won't be possible to hook as the tacker tracks more then phpvms does

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Re: Importing from phpvms database
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2015, 10:23:28 PM »
Alejandro

thanks for looking in to it.
i already have a question has it ever been tried to import the database from phpvms to VAM i have don it with other custom software to phpvms and was able to keet pilots and their hours not their pireps as they where in  different table structure? i will try this this evening to see iff i can get it to function.
1 more question regarding vam is it possible to install it in the root and not have the vam in the URL structure or is that not possible?

thanks already.

ARV187 indeed we know eachother from phpvms and more will come i am sure off that

Regarding the folder structure yes you can do it but you have to take care of links for the administration part.

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