Seeing as SugarCRM is now truly Open Source, I decided to support them buy using SugarCRM as a contact database for a client.
This script extracts contact data from Sugar, and imports it into an LDAP tree, so that Thunderbird clients can use it as an address book.
It’s written for Sugar 5.0, and a suitable LDAP installation with the Mozilla Schema
A suitable VIEW for printing out a contact directory would look like:
This is my script for migrating from Wordpress to Drupal. I know that there is already a migration script out there, but I still wrote my own for a few reasons:
So here it is.
Limitations and bugs:
wp-). This is messy, but while Drupal’s multi-database system is a cool and would be perfect, it’s unworkable when you are debugging. Errors seem to be hooked in drupal, and if you have a broken SQL query (for example) the error handling code hooks Drupal themes, which aren’t findable in the alternate-db world you are visiting.
Last Hiked: Jan 2006
Very steep and rather eroded. Beautiful forest in the ravine most of the way up.
Start at Newlands forestary Station, and take the path up to the base of Newlands Ravine.
Go right along the contour path until you reach the first river up (only about 50m away) This is dark gorge. Follow the cairns up.
The only thing you have to worry about is not going up Dark Gully. When you reach the fork of the valleys, stick left.
This Description comes from Tony Lourens - Table Mountain Classics, with ammendments.
Last Walked: Dec 2005
This is rather an eroded and seldom used route, but has some magnificent pools and good scrambles. It’s mostly shaded, so a hot day would be a good choice. The scrambles aren’t hard but quite exposed, and have loose grips (because they haven’t seen enough traffic to break all the loose grips off).
This isn’t an easy route if you don’t know it, and dangerous.
Todo list (Things amatomu does that I don’t care for, and thus haven’t coded):
Available from Drupal.org. Releases for Drupal 5 and 6 are available.