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Thank you for your direction
, i just save the code in .patch extension, upload into OJS directory and apply using :
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patch -p1 < name_patch.patch
and now its succesfully upgrade to 2.4.3 like a charms
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Great, glad to hear it!
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Found the problem. The upgrade script was getting into an infinite loop. See this bug entry for more details and for a patch: http://pkp.sfu.ca/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=8513
Thanks to Jiri that sent a database so I could debug and fix this.
Bruno thanks, I applied the patch and all went OK now.
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