Last updated June 27, 2013. Created by mikeryan on December 24, 2010.
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Each Migration implementation needs to create a destination object - a subclass of MigrateDestination (or its subclass MigrateDestinationEntity) - representing the Drupal object to be created during migration. Most destination classes accept an options array, containing settings which affect how the destination is constructed.

The MigrateDestination classes will also call handlers (subclasses of MigrateDestinationHandler) to process destination objects and the fields. See the handlers doc page for more information on the handler classes.

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Support for some additional destination fields are provided by Migrate Extras and by the field modules themselves:

Need some documentation for MigrateDestinationTable