There are a few ways to to it. Here’s a solution using load data.
Detail instruction on how to export data from blogger and import into b2evolution. I haven’t tried it yet but this link will be handy when I need to.
PuTTY does not offer functions to import and export settings. Settings are saved in the registry and are imported and exported manually.
Since I need to run ‘symfony propel:build-all-load‘ constantly while developing a Symfony project, to save myself from creating users for sfGuard plugin everytime it’s run, data from related table were dumped then saved as fixture data so that they are automatically loaded when I run the command.
Note: this post was written when i was working on V1.1 or V1.2. Please scroll down to read updated note before you try anything. While developing a symfony project, it’s usually required to rebuild database and reload data constantly with ‘symfony propel:build-all‘ or ‘symfony propel:build-all-load‘ constantly. When this is run, test data are wiped. The…