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I guess you may use RabbitMQ or any other brokers. It will act as like a "trigger" that will tell "Hey Website B, Website A just updated itself, check it out". Add a "API" route that will bring you data to import and you're right : Once a website is updated, others will know and will be able to get the latest revision. My advice with those "auto nodes ...


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Assuming your souce class works, there are two things I'm spotting: A) Do not prefill internal entity keys like nid, uuid or revision_id in the migration YML, the Migrate module will set them for you. Manually setting them is not required at best, and a potential source of errors at worst. B) If your text fields are plain text fields, then your YML should ...


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First of all, you only need two yaml files, one for the default language and one for the translations. If you are migrating for example a content type of bundle pages and your default language migration is eg. my_website_migrate_node_page, then in the my_website_migrate_node_page_translation define your dependencies as follows migration_dependencies: ...


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