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eZ-Crew: Please advise; RC's and lunacy

eZ-Crew: Please advise; RC's and lunacy

Friday 07 February 2003 8:52:24 am - 3 replies

*koff*

A release-candidate would normally be close-to-final especially regarding database-structures and major functionality. Well, this is not the case regarding RC1 <--> RC2.

Lucky me only has a small site running on RC1 (which I tried to convert to RC2 yesterday with no luck), but it could have been devestating if it was a large site.

I did not dig deep into why the conversion RC1 -> RC2 did not work because the site is small and ends it's lifecycle mid april.

Q: WIll there be major changes RC2 -> Rel/RC3?

We are planning to use eZp on several sites, and since one of them are of commercial type actually buy a license happy.gif Emoticon However - if there is the sligthest possibility of major changes like RC1 -> RC2 wee cannot start migrating...

Please advise...

\atle\
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Friday 07 February 2003 9:11:49 am

There are changes in the database between RC1 and RC2. These changes are 100% upgradable and are added because of problems discovered during testing.

You can find the database upgrade script at:
http://zev.ez.no/svn/nextgen/trunk/database_update.sql

Upgrade run all the SQL commands after the comment
# After RC1

After running the SQL commands you should have no problems in using an RC-1 database, or older.

--bård

Friday 07 February 2003 9:22:22 am

> You can find the database upgrade script at:
> http://zev.ez.no/svn/nextgen/trunk/database_update.sql
> Upgrade run all the SQL commands after the comment
> # After RC1
> After running the SQL commands you should have no problems
> in using an RC-1 database, or older.

Well... It did not work yesterday. I will try again later today.

\atle\
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Friday 07 February 2003 3:54:09 pm

I also tried the upgrade sql script but it failed. I tried in both shell and phpMyAdmin but got the same error:
ERROR 1060 at line 3: Duplicate column name 'sort_field'

It worked in windows however so I'll dump the database and take a copy of the windows upgraded one.

Cheers
Brendan

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