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I have currently transferred all customers(over 2000) to magento 1.7 from another cms called k-ecommerce. There are nearly 5000 orders in old site. We need to transfer those orders to new magento site also.

Can anyone explain is it possible? Is there any way to add orders to magento directly?

If anyone can guide me to do this, it would be more helpful for me.

Thanks.

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All the orders are kept in the table sales_flat_order. For each record in this table there is also a record in the sales_flat_order_grid with the same values, but fewer fields. The ordered items are in sales_flat_order_item. On the items table there is a foreign key to the orders table (order_id).
These are the basics.
If you also need to move invoices, the table is sales_flat_invoice (and, same as the orders have, an additional table with same values but fewer fields sales_flat_invoice_grid). Same goes for shipments and credit notes (tables sales_flat_shipment and sales_flat_creditmemo).
The tips above are useful if you plan to migrate the orders on your won.
But you can also use some extensions for importing orders.

you will only need to provide a csv in the correct format. I haven't tested the extensions, I just found them 'out there'.

  • Thanks for reply. Is there anyway to use objects without directly insert data to database? If yes, can you give an example or article that I can refer. – cha Jul 30 '13 at 3:50
  • @cha Maybe this helps: inchoo.net/ecommerce/magento/…. If it doesn't you can try to mimic the actions in the controllers involved in creating an order (the backend order creation process for example) – Marius Jul 30 '13 at 7:04

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