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    Smile moving from vbulletin to jcow

    I have internet forum with vbulletin software , I want to move to jcow .
    How can I convert vb file into jcow file ? No converter yet ? I want to move the forum,message , pm and profile name . Any suggestion guys ?

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    I haven't found any websites that talk about this. My would be to ask in Jcow Forums
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    i love jcow platform , but the support and communty support sucks ...

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    Oh that is a shame. I have no experiences with it. If I needed to move it, I would look at the two databases and see what the various tables are and compare them, then migrate them. You will need to know MySQL to do this.
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    I would ask the question - if the support is so bad, why would anyone want to use Jcow?

    PS - @ableclark, fluff posts are frowned upon. Reported.
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    Jcow is social networking script where as vbulletin is forum script, vbulletin is far away better then jcow. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siteguru View Post
    I would ask the question - if the support is so bad, why would anyone want to use Jcow?
    Especially considering the price. When I have to pay for something, I expect decent support.

    I'm sort of in the market for social networking site software too (I was recently asked to set something up for a customer). I did a few searches on open source versions, but it's tough to find reviews. And most of the popular ones are a bit pricier than the client wants to spend.
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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by cydewaze View Post
    Especially considering the price. When I have to pay for something, I expect decent support.

    I'm sort of in the market for social networking site software too (I was recently asked to set something up for a customer). I did a few searches on open source versions, but it's tough to find reviews. And most of the popular ones are a bit pricier than the client wants to spend.
    Probably someone want to donate some money to "charity"

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    so where's your mysql related question in this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzerchat View Post
    Jcow is social networking script where as vbulletin is forum script, vbulletin is far away better then jcow. Just my opinion.
    vb ? only good for discussion not social networking IMHO
    Quote Originally Posted by cydewaze View Post
    Especially considering the price. When I have to pay for something, I expect decent support.

    I'm sort of in the market for social networking site software too (I was recently asked to set something up for a customer). I did a few searches on open source versions, but it's tough to find reviews. And most of the popular ones are a bit pricier than the client wants to spend.
    check my pm
    Quote Originally Posted by guelphdad View Post
    so where's your mysql related question in this thread?
    I NEED A CONVERTER


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