As a follow-up to my previous blog post about the usage of Migrate API in Drupal 8, I would like to give an example, how to import multilingual content and translations in Drupal 8.
Prepare and enable translation for your content type
Before you can start, you need to install the “Language” and “Content Translation” Module. Then head over to “admin/config/regional/content-language” and enable Entity Translation for the node type or the taxonomy you want to be able to translate.
As a starting point for setting up the migrate module, I recommend you my blog post mentioned above. To import data from a CSV file, you also need to install the migrate_source_csv module.
Prerequisites for migrating multilingual entities
Before you start, please check the requirements. You need at least Drupal 8.2 to import multilingual content. We need the destination option “translations”, which was added in a patch in Drupal 8.2. See the corresponding drupal.org issue here.
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