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Upgrading to OCS 1.1.5

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Upgrading to OCS 1.1.5

Postby fred » Thu Feb 19, 2004 2:05 am

Hello,
Me again!

how can I upgrade an existing ongoing conference to OCS 1.1.5.

Where can I found (in the OCS files) the path that link the OCS pages to the database file. I have a conflit with two mysql directories. I need the information about the file used by ocs to know which directory to delete.

Thanks
fred
 

Re: Upgrading to OCS 1.1.5

Postby kevin » Thu Feb 19, 2004 12:27 pm

how can I upgrade an existing ongoing conference to OCS 1.1.5.


There is no automated upgrade script for OCS at this time. If you wish, you can do a diff between docs/mysql-tables.sql from your old and new installations and manually make the required changes to your database.

Where can I found (in the OCS files) the path that link the OCS pages to the database file. I have a conflit with two mysql directories. I need the information about the file used by ocs to know which directory to delete.


Sorry, I don't really understand this question. Database settings are in include/db.inc.php if that's what you're looking for.
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