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Shared files between extensions - should I wait for upgrade?

Thread began 6/25/2013 8:26 am by mrs | Last modified 6/25/2013 10:01 am by mrs | 110 views | 1 replies


Shared files between extensions - should I wait for upgrade?

I sat in on the paid data assist / ecart webinar and must say it was a very good webinar just to prove how easy it is to create a shopping cart with webassist products.

I asked if I should wait for the upgrade to build my cart during the webinar and was told no, start now, but I didn't ask the following:

A point was raised with respect to the info about install order of your extensions and how ecart has older shared files than data bridge.

Does ecarts older shared files mean that when I run the cart wizards after I've run data assist, will it overwrite any shared files used across the website thus breaking parts of already working pages?


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