- - Upgrade 5.5 to 8.23
|forddoctor ||December 27th, 2012 12:58 PM |
Upgrade 5.5 to 8.23
Been far too long since I installed my PhotoPost without updates. I am upgrading from 5.5 to 8.23 and have two questions. I have re-read the installation instructions...
- Are there any foreseeable problems upgrading 3 version levels?
- I see an install.php and an upgrade.php however there is nothing in the instructions concerning an upgrade procedure versus the installation procedure. What is the proper procedure for UPGRADING?
|Chuck S ||December 27th, 2012 01:15 PM |
1. Nope you would just upload all the files and run the required upgrades one at a time.
2. The upgrade documentation is in the upgrade text document under the documentations folder of the downloaded code.
|forddoctor ||December 27th, 2012 03:37 PM |
Found it. Thank you, I overlooked that folder.
BTW my compliments on the software as it has been running flawlessly for the last five years without an update patch or tweak!
|Chuck S ||December 27th, 2012 07:53 PM |
Not a problem looks like though it was a good idea to upgrade looking at your mysql and php versions. ;)
|forddoctor ||December 28th, 2012 09:56 AM |
Yes, there were many "depreciation" warning messages displaying. I am having to correct some style and display problems that have cropped up since the upgrade though. No big deal as it will give things a refreshed look.
|Chuck S ||December 28th, 2012 10:59 AM |
Yeah well depending on your integration type and what issues you have you can post but for instance like in the release notes if you use a standalone photopost style you can not use old styles you must delete your stylesheets directory and use the new stylesheets. If your using a forum integration and using some old style there can be issues with style mapping to older code so it all depends. ;)
An answer all depends on your issue. I was sure when reading your php version you had to be getting deprecated errors since that old code was not designed to run on PHP 5
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