Notes: Drupal 7.x. Joomla to Drupal module version 1.0 ALPHA3
I was playing with the Joomla to Drupal module, which is currently in alpha. I had imported some 100 content items from a Joomla install using this tool. However, making changes to some of the content was producing errors, so I decided to start fresh; I deleted all of the imported content.
I then attempted to redo the import, however, it threw additional database entry related errors stating that it was unable to overwrite tables.
I decided to start anew by disabling and then removing the module and its related tables all together; logged into mysql and removed tables
joomla_users as well as the joomla directory under
I proceeded to reinstall the module, and went to configure it; all of the settings were intact i.e. database name, password, etc. from the previous install (caching?).
I go to perform the import, and a database error shows up stating that the
joomla_users table does not exist. I log back into mysql and notice that the module did not recreate the joomla_ database tables.
Isn't the module responsible for creating these tables? Can anyone see what I may have done wrong in my process? If the module doesn't create the tables, what does?