Hi all, I want to use Opigno LMS but also have an existing D7 site were I need the responsive theme and custom modules from. Thus I installed opigno_lms-7.x-1.15-no-core on the existing D7. Now I face following challenges: As far as I know, with the complete Opigno LMS distribution it is possible to prepopulate the LMS with users, courses etc. for a faster understanding. Of course when installing Opigno LMS like a module on D7 I have to enable all the modules to have the same function as in the full distribution. Is there a list where I can see which modules are enabled in the full and prepopulated Opigno LMS distribution? Is there a way to prepopulate the Opigno LMS installed on D7 in the same way that it would be in the full and prepopulated Opigno LMS distribution? I am just testing Opigno for productive use later on and installed Opigno LMS on top of a fresh D7. (Due to the customized one-click D7 install of my Hoster/ Cloudways VPS) For later use: What install/ migration scenario would you prefer: a) Migration of the whole existing D7 website incl. content but also issues to the server then installing Opigno LMS on top of it? b) Fresh D7 with Opigno LMS install and migration of content and features of existing website step by step? Reason for question 4. is: My website has a theme with individualized/ non D7 standard modules, Social Media and blog functions... Any help/ advice is very much appreciated. Thank you! Thomas
Thanks for your interest in Opigno.
To answer your questions:
1. We have on our development roadmap to add a feature allowing to prepopulate the platform with users and data, but it's unfortunately not possible at the moment
2. I don't have a list ready to post on this forum, maybe the best would be to have one installation of Opigno LMS distribution beside your website, and compare the two of them
3. See 1
4. It's perfectly possible to install Opigno LMS on top of an existing website, by adding individual modules, making sure all rules, content types are available (or create missing ones). I don't know precisely which modules and content you have inside your website, but, at first sight, I think it could be easier to start with a fresh Opigno LMS installation (as a distribution) and then add your modules and contents. It would be all the easier than you should perfectly know how your website was made.
I remain at your disposal in case of any question.
Thank you Axel!
In reply to Thank you Axel! by LEAN_Train
Oops, it seems that we were more optimistic when writing the description than what we we able to really develop :-)
Thanks for reporting it, I removed this sentence from the drupal.org page, and will add it again when it's available (I hope soon).
I remain at your disposal in case of any question, and sorry for this wrong information.