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A plugin that exports ALL user data, meta data and BuddyPress xProfile data.
Includes an option to export the users by role, registration date range, usermeta option and two export formats.
The Export User Data WordPress Plugin seems to work well, at least for CSV format, but I don’t see a way to include users’ (hashed) passwords. I’m migrating users from one legacy WP app to a new one. Am I missing something?
I was reading through the code for export-user-data 0.9.4 and it looks like you are adding support for saving queries. It’s hidden on the admin page, I guess because you are still developing that feature. How close is it on your roadmap? I was thinking of adding that feature, but I don’t want to duplicate what you are doing if your version is going to come out soon.
I upgraded from export-user-data version 0.7.3 to 0.9.3 and I noticed that the Buddypress Extended Fields were no longer exported, and php logged an error about: “Undefined property: BP_XProfile_Component::$table_name_data”.
I compared the two versions and found the new one does:
add_action( 'init', array( $this, 'generate_data' ), 1 );
add_action( 'init', array( $this, 'generate_data' ) );.
I changed that back and it works correctly, at least on my site, now. I would have thought the right thing to do would have been to check if buddpress was active and in that case use bp_include instead of init, but that didn’t work when I tried it, perhaps I was missing something else. I think for this plugin to load in the proper order for everyone, that bp_include would be the right thing to do, if you could get it to work see http://codex.buddypress.org/plugindev/checking-buddypress-is-active/
This is on Wordpress 3.9.1, Commons in a Box 1.0.7, Buddypress 1.9.2
Hi, your plug-in looks great, and what I was looking for is a program to export as CSV member data, including fields from the S2Member (free) plugin. The automatic EOT field (End of Term) is especially important as this shows when a subscription expires. However when I add that to the fields to export, and export the user data, I get a blank field with a number at the top of column (54). Any idea why this is not working? Thanks!
Asked by user 2cats on wordpress.org forums