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I am migrating content from a drupal site into Craft CMS. I am trying to using the FeedMe Plugin to do this.

Right now I'm working with a single test XML file to make sure my fields and setup are correct before I do the bulk import. However, my xml only ever creates the first matrix block. There is no limit to the number of blocks a user can include in the matrix block field I'm importing to.

The entry I am migrating content into has three tabs for fields. The main tab consists of the title and a matrix block. The third tab has a third party field "Legacy URL" from the Retour Craft CMS Plugin.

My XML looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<node_export created="Mon, 02 Oct 2017 00:15:47 -0400">
    <node>
        <title>Celebrating J Day</title>
        <nid>862</nid>
        <post_date>2017-09-22T00:00:00</post_date>
        <summary>A super summary.</summary>
        <storyBlock>
            <image>
                <image>http://website.com/path/to/my/image.png</image>
                <position>center</position>
            </image>
            <text>
                <text>Some awesome text is here.</text>
            </text>
        </storyBlock>
    </node>
</node_export>

My FeedMe field mapping looks like this:

enter image description here enter image description here

The title, post_date, summary, and image matrix block all get imported properly. However, the text block and the nid into the legacy url field are not being imported.

The versions of everything: FeedMe 2.0.7 Craft CMS 2.6.2991 PHP 7 MySQL 5.7

Does it look like I've set something up incorrectly? Any advice on how I can get this running correctly?

If any of the above is unclear, or if there is additional information I can provide, please let me know. I really appreciate your time and support!

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I believe this has been fixed in the latest version of Feed Me (3.0.2.1 at time of writing). Do feel free to comment if not, or get in touch via the Feed Me support channels

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