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migrating from 1.X to 2.0

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migrating from 1.X to 2.0

Postby Wayne Johnston » Thu May 19, 2005 7:14 am

The release note for version 2.0 makes reference to migrating version 1.X journals to the new version of OJS but I haven't seen any details on what will be involved. Is there any documentation available yet to give us an idea what the migration process will entail?
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Re: migrating from 1.X to 2.0

Postby jkeisers » Thu May 19, 2005 1:43 pm

Wayne Johnston wrote:The release note for version 2.0 makes reference to migrating version 1.X journals to the new version of OJS but I haven't seen any details on what will be involved. Is there any documentation available yet to give us an idea what the migration process will entail?


Apparently, we'll have to wait for a while.

This is what the readme file says about upgrading:

Upgrading
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OJS 2.0 does not currently provide a procedure to upgrade from an OJS 1.x installation. A migration tool is planned for the next release of OJS 2.x.
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Postby kevin » Thu May 19, 2005 8:29 pm

The upgrade process will consist of running a script to copy all content from an existing OJS 1.1 site into a new journal in an OJS 2.0 system.
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