Imported Google Group message.
Date:Monday, 4 May 2015 10:09:18 UTC+1.
It really depends on what features you want to use with Tyk Dashboard.
To see analytics and all keys:
Run ./tyk-analytics --newuser and when you are asked to select an organisation select None, this creates a super user (not tied to an org).
If you log in as this user you will be able to see all the old data and keys.
To have everything managed by Tyk Dashboard (including key creation), that's when it gets a bit tricky - super user can create them but they no longer belong to a specific organisation and since the definitions are text files they are also not managed, these would need importing first.
What do your OrgIDs look like?
To move to a fully managed solution, you might need to re-issue access tokens and retire old ones.
It's quite easy to import API definitions (you can literally cut and paste them into an importer), but recreating organisation ids is tricker because in the dashboard they are ObjectIDs and created dynamically.
So to get limited functionality, it's quite a quick process.
To go all-in, there may be teething pains :-/
It's not something we've thought about to be honest, so we might need to look at scripting a solution.
I hope that helps you (somewhat)