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Hello Forum,

This is for me not just an update of the operating system, but I rather check the software, with which I worked for 5 years. Now I have 1Password for more than 5 years and I liked more or less. Now I try Enpass as an alternative. I have as my data of 1Password ertsmal exported and then imported into Enpass.

Unfortunately I am missing in Enpass important information, which I had stored in 1Password!

For example, in 1Password, there is a field "location" that does not take into account when importing.

Is there any way to import all fields when importing?

 

best,

heinetz

 

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Hi @heinetz

Thanks for trying Enpass!

17 hours ago, heinetz said:

Unfortunately I am missing in Enpass important information, which I had stored in 1Password!

For example, in 1Password, there is a field "location" that does not take into account when importing.

Is there any way to import all fields when importing?

 

Sorry to say but currently it's not possible . We have noted it down and try to fix this issue asap. Please bear with us!

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ok, thank you for your response!

I'ld write a PHP-Script to parse the 1password - exported file. The 1password-export-file looks like a complex json-object.
When I take a look at the following:

***5642bee8-a5ff-11dc-8314-0800200c9a66***
{
    "uuid":"18DB6A07CB46445FAB49592F798C2010",
    "updatedAt":1452169359,
    "locationKey":"hosteurope.de",
    "securityLevel":"SL5",
    "openContents":{
        "usernameHash":"d495eaec0628436dbf657c1a8eeb972d6552ea3a501e12ab87075f104b3e7a65"
    },
    "contentsHash":"810e510f",
    "title":"Hosteurope | Plesk",
    "location":"https://87-230-85-137.kundenadmin.hosteurope.de:8443",
    "secureContents":{
        "htmlName":"loginForm",
        "htmlMethod":"post",
        "notesPlain":"",
        "htmlAction":"",
        "fields":[
        {
            "value":"admin",
            "type":"T",
            "name":"LoginUser",
            "designation":"username"
        },{
            "value":"XXX",
            "type":"P",
            "name":"LoginPass",
            "designation":"password"
        },{
            "name":"psa_active_lang",
            "value":"default",
            "type":"S"
        },{
            "name":"doLogin",
            "value":"Login",
            "type":"B"
        }],
        "htmlID":""},
    "createdAt":1302080537,
    "typeName":"webforms.WebForm"
}

... it item is shown like follows in the import-preview (step 3):

Hosteurope | Plesk

LoginUser : admin

LoginPass : XXX

psa active lang : default

doLogin : Login

htmlAction :

htmlID :

htmlMethod : post

htmlName : loginForm

usernameHash : d495eaec0628436dbf657c1a8eeb972d6552ea3a501e12ab87075f104b3e7a65

 

So, how what does the enpass-import do at which are the considered fields?

 

1. field title is title

2. all field-value-pairs in openContents are token

3. all field-value-pairs in secureContents starting with "html" in filename are token

4. all items in secureContents.fields are token as field-value-pairs with values from field "name" and from field "value"

 

Right?

 

best,

heinetz

 

 

 

 

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Hi @heinetz,

We have improved the import method. We will release a beta update next week.

This is right. Also we do not import the trashed items and folders. These two keys are: 

 1. "trashed" means items is trashed.

2. "typeName: system.folder.Regular" means item is a folder.

 

On 03/11/2016 at 11:33 PM, heinetz said:

So, how what does the enpass-import do at which are the considered fields?

 

1. field title is title

2. all field-value-pairs in openContents are token

3. all field-value-pairs in secureContents starting with "html" in filename are token

4. all items in secureContents.fields are token as field-value-pairs with values from field "name" and from field "value"

 

Right?

 

Thanks.

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