Last updated October 24, 2018

One method of creating a custom Drupal-to-Drupal migration involves using the Migrate Upgrade module to generate a set of migration configuration entities that you can use as a starting point. Even if you're not going to use the generated output in the end, this is still an informative exercise as it allows you to see examples of various migration paths.

In this tutorial we'll:

  • Use the Migrate Upgrade module's Drush commands to import Drupal core's migration templates
  • Examine the generated configuration entities
  • Use the Migrate Tools module's Drush commands to view a list of the individual migrations that make up our Drupal-to-Drupal migration

By the end of this tutorial, you should be able to use the Migrate Upgrade module to generate the migrations that Drupal core would use to migrate content, list those migrations, and inspect them individually.