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DB updeted table

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  1. Markus
    Markus avatar
    2763 posts
    25 Nov 2005
    15 Aug 2011
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    One of the errors one can do while updating is uploading the dataconfig file after updating localy.

    This would result in the production db not beeing updated.

    I think it would be nice if at then end of an update SF would set an value in a table in the DB so one could check if the db was updated and to what version.

    Does this make sense, or is checking in backend version enough?

  2. Victor Velev
    Victor Velev avatar
    1345 posts
    06 Jul 2015
    18 Aug 2011
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    Hi Markus,

    Thank you for the suggestion. However there are number of ways through which you can check if your database has been upgraded ( as well as your files ):

    1. You can check the Version & Licensing page. On the top you will see your current version of Sitefinity.

    2. Another way is to take a look at your SQL server - navigate  to your database, then to sf_schema_vrsns and verify that the column - version_number contains the correct build number.

    3. You can also examine the UpgradeTrace.log which can be found in App_Data\Sitefinity\Logs. It contains information about all the scripts that have passed successfully during the upgrade process.

    Victor Velev
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