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Posted on by Driven Dev (not verified).

Great article! Thanks for posting it and the hard work you've done on this module, it's really helpful.

Thanks for the tip on mapping the user IDs; however, is there any way to preserve the user IDs during the import? I tried the solution posted here http://drupal.stackexchange.com /questions/6148/migrate-module-users-from... but it didn't work for me.

I'm new to the Migrate module so I'd feel much more comfortable reconciling things if I could preserve the user IDs plus it would save a lot of time for data that will be migrated but doesn't warrent the extra time setting up custom migration classes (for example, custom tables containing the UID that can simply be copied over). Any ideas?

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