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Mite -> gSales Importer

Import your tracked time from your Mite-projects to the corresponding gSales-projects with ease.



It's already possible to import tracked times from Mite to gSales, but after some time we noticed that we needed a better solution. Using the existing method is complicated and we needed additional features which required a new interface.

Essentially, we wanted to create Invoices for Customers who have tracked time-entries in the latest month. Some projects should be in a separate Invoice, some could get summarized. And some time tracking entries would get skipped because there already is an


A working Apache-Server with PHP 7 and MySQL.


You can choose between two installation processes — automatic (recommended) or manual.

The automatic installation uses exec to build the required configuration files to keep the system running — it may not work on Windows Server environments. In that case, you would have to use the manual method.

For both methods, you need to clone

git clone [TARGET FOLDER]

or download this repository first.

Be sure to make the target folder callable for the browser (e.g. localhost/mite-gsales-importer).

Automatic Installation (click to view)

Requirements before installing:

  1. Check the access-rights of the folders /, /config and /logs
  2. The database should exist beforehand

Open the cloned project in your browser (mite-gsales-importer/web/index.php), it will open a form where you can input the details for Mite, gSales and the database.


After submitting, it will automatically create configuration-files filled with your information.


Remove the /config/app.json file to repeat the process.

Manual Installation (click to view)

Keep an eye for the access-rights for the directories during this whole process, since PHP tries to generate files.

  1. Create an empty file /config/app.json to stop the automatic installation process.
  2. Create an empty file /log/app.log for the internal logging mechanism (Kann man nicht einfach das Ding direkt mit in die Repo packen?)
  3. Copy /propel.yaml.dist, rename it to propel.yaml and adjust the database connection information accordingly. Create the database if it does not exist yet.
  4. Repeat the process for config/apis/gsales.json.dist and config/apis/mite.json.dist

After these steps, we need to install the Composer dependencies and let them do their work! Open the terminal and navigate to the repository folder and follow these last steps:

Install the composer dependencies

  • if you have installed composer, you can run composer install
  • otherwise php composer.phar install

Sometimes the php-executable is not just php, in that case you should look up your php executable and replace it with php.

Install database and create model-files with Propel

  • vendor/bin/propel convert-conf — Converts the propel.yaml file into a php file
  • vendor/bin/propel migration:diff — creates a migration file that will modify the database
  • vendor/bin/propel migration:migrate — applies the migration file (at that point your database should be good to go)
  • vendor/bin/propel model:build — builds the model-files for PHP
  • php composer.phar dump-autoload — builds the autoload-file, same composer rules apply for this command


We recommend using some kind of authentication process (e.g. simple http auth) to prevent unauthorized usage.


Before you import your Mite-Trackings, you will be able to

  • connect gSales- and Mite-Customers
  • mark Customers or Mite-Projects which will get skipped in the process
  • manage which Projects will be in a collective / separate Invoice

After the configuration you can initiate the import process by choosing a date-range. This will bring up an overview of Customers which have tracked entries in that range. You can exclude Customers or projects one last time before clicking "import" and let the importer do its magic.

Congrats - You converted your Mite times into gSales invoices in no-time! Be sure to review the generated Invoices before sending them out, you can never know if there are any (human) errors.


Import time tracking entries you made in mite to gsales







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