Certainly today everyone has an association with the word migration. In a software project, a migration always means a new beginning. At the same time this also means effort and planning work for you. You have to think about many things and plan how the migration process should run. Whatever feelings and premonitions you associate with a migration - this guide should provide you with all relevant information and support you in your decision, when the right time is for you to rely on Shopware 6.
The known extension Shopware ERP powered by Pickware is no longer available in Shopware 6 and is therefore no longer an integral part. You can find all Shopware 6 compatible integrations in the store.
This guide is basically divided into three different phases. Each of these phases supports you within the migration process and leads you step by step to your goal: A successful migration to Shopware 6.
This phase is about information. We would like to give you all the knowledge you need to carry out a migration successfully or to estimate at which point in time a migration comes into question for you. This phase is divided into the following areas:
This is where it really starts - your data will be transferred to the Shopware 6 Shop and you will also learn which manual adjustments are still necessary. The migration is designed in such a way that it can be carried out over a longer period of time so that your data is always up-to-date in the Shopware 6 test installation.
This phase is relevant for you if you want to go live with the new shop. Certainly a certain amount of time has passed. We'll explain here what adjustments are necessary in the Shopware account and how you can make the necessary settings in Shopware 6.