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Update on DWCC2014 fixes and advice on best procedure for upgrading DW + WebAssist Extensions

Thread began 11/06/2014 10:52 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 11/07/2014 8:55 am by Jason Byrnes | 549 views | 3 replies |

Nathon Jones Web Design

Update on DWCC2014 fixes and advice on best procedure for upgrading DW + WebAssist Extensions

So, where are we at with the fixes for DWCC2014?
I'm finding the lack of information all rather confusing. There's no point me upgrading DWCC2014 until you've fixed ALL the extensions but how am I supposed to know when that's completed?

When it comes to upgrading DWCC2014, should I do that before installing the updated extensions or should I update the extensions and THEN upgrade DWCC2014?

Thank you.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have been anounceing each update in the announcements forum in the Update Announcements thread and in the Pleaes do not install the DW CC 2014.1 update thread

We have also been announcing trough Social media on facebook and Twitter

I have also been announcing each update in the respective forum.

To date we have completed updates of:
DataBridge 1.2.1
MySQLi 1.0.3
Design Extender 1.2.0

we are still working on Free Tools and will have that out soon.

When you install the DW Upgrade, you should do that before installing the extensions.

After installing the upgrade for DW, make sure you also install any updates for the extension manager, then install the extensions. Its always a good idea to start DW at least once before installing the extensions.

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Nathon Jones Web Design

When I have upgraded DW, and the Extension Manager, should I then uninstall and re-install the WebAssist extensions or just install over the top of the existing extensions?

Also, just to confirm that upgrading DW and/or the WebAssist Extensions won't disrupt any existing WebAssist coding on any of our sites, including any custom coding that Ray has put in place?

Thank you.
NJ

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Any time you install extension updates, you should uninstall the existing extension first.

Installing an extension update will not effect coding on your pages

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