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I change it directly into the database. Not always the best idea to poke into the db, but it works. use keystone; update project set domain_id=<new domain="" id=""> where id=<your project="" id="">; update project set parent_id=<new domain="" id="">where id=<your project="" id="">; update project set is_domain=1 where id=<your project="" id="">;

I change it directly into the database. Not always the best idea to poke into the db, but it works. Here are the sql commands I ran:
use keystone; keystone;
update project set domain_id=<new domain="" id=""> where id=<your project="" id="">; id="">;
update project set parent_id=<new domain="" id="">where id=<your project="" id="">; id="">;
update project set is_domain=1 where id=<your project="" id="">;

I change it directly into the database. Not always the best idea to poke into the db, but it works. Here are the sql commands I ran:
use keystone;
update project set domain_id=<new domain="" id=""> where id=<your project="" id="">;
update project set parent_id=<new domain="" id="">where id=<your project="" id="">;
update project set is_domain=1 where id=<your project=""
id="">;