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Upgrade Ezpublish 2.2.6

Upgrade Ezpublish 2.2.6

Wednesday 29 May 2013 11:24:33 am - 3 replies

Hello.

I have a web site on Ezpublish 2.2.6

Can i upgrade to the latest version ?

there is no problem whith mysql version and php version.

 

source :  Ezpublish 2.2.6 Debian4 PHP 4.4.4-8+etch2 mysql  Ver 14.7 --> Target: Ezpublish v5 Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS PHP 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.6 mysql  Ver 14.14

Wednesday 29 May 2013 1:26:36 pm

2.2.6?  I think you're better off trying to export the data and rebuilding the site with that data.  I've only done one 2.x to 3.x conversion and that was 6-7 years ago and if I remember correctly the data model was too far apart and had no upgrade path from 2.x to 3.x so I ended up having to write some conversion scripts.

From 3.x it is possible to upgrade to the latest version but it's not going to be easy.  See http://share.ez.no/forums/install...n/migration-upgrade-at-the-same-time

Thursday 30 May 2013 1:29:01 pm

thank you for answer.

I suspected that it would not be possible
Is there a method to export data and reimport?
also how to find the website design?

Friday 31 May 2013 9:27:33 am

As far as I know there is nothing out there that will export and reimport - I did custom scripts...  but, it was a long time ago.

If I remember correctly the design for 2.x was stored in the database... (not 100% sure anymore) so it would be difficult to extract.  The conversion way back whenever, we just extracted the data and built new 3.x objects with a new design.

What kind of site is this anyway?  Is it some sort of archive?  In a couple of cases in the past I've also made static sites from existing 2.x sites and linked to that content from a new site.  If it's possible - no interactive forms anywhere - then maybe that's the way to go.

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