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I want to migrate customer custom attributes from Magento1.9.3.2(community) to Magento 2.3.0 (Enterprise). I have tried with default attributes its works fine. Then I am trying with customer custom attribute like a telephone but it is not working with migration.

Please give me some idea, where I map custom attributes and how I can add that in the XML file. Please check below attachment. enter image description here

  • you have which type error showing between migration – Rakesh Donga Mar 20 at 10:18
  • not showing any error. Any separate log have generated for that please tell me I will check and post here – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 10:22
  • now I am getting "Record structure does not match provided Data" this error. – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 11:23
  • yes i know that about error you can error message or screenshot add in your question – Rakesh Donga Mar 20 at 11:25
  • I have updated a question, please check – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 11:28
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try below solutions, with file name,

magento2/vendor/magento/data-migration-tool/etc/opensource-to-commerce/1.9.3.2/map.xml

you have to keep below tag inside <destination><document_rules>

    <ignore>
            <document>inventory_geoname</document>
    </ignore>
  • Not working. I think issue not with inventory_geoname, maybe the issue in customer attribute – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 11:39
  • you have not correctly added because i have many migration done so i have tell you mate – Rakesh Donga Mar 20 at 11:46
  • but still, my custom attribute for a customer is not migrated. Now I have added it correctly. Is I need to add my custom attribute for a customer in any config file. – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 11:54
  • you are change in config.xml file map.xml.dist to map.xml after map.xml file add above code – Rakesh Donga Mar 20 at 12:02
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    yes, it's already done. Rakesh, to migrate custom attributes for the customer, are we need to map that attribute in any XML file? – Deepak Shinde Mar 20 at 12:03

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