Hi Phil. The demo I gave Nic didn't convince him, I've returned to my career as a mining engineer (now FIFO at Betahunt mine). Please unsubscribe me from all WedERP mail, etc. Thanks, Simon.
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From: Phil Daintree
Sent: Saturday, 24 June 2017 8:12 AM
To: webERP Developers; For the general discussion of webERP project
Reply To: webERP Developers
Subject: [WebERP-developers] Fwd: Re: webERP 4.14
The version upgrade fails without running the SQL manually first.
As a temporary fix, I've added a check to insert the new table inside
GetConfig.php - even though this is mysql specific SQL (Engine=INNODB) -
so not an ideal solution and open to other options??
I am not sure how the favourites thing works so would be good to see
some description of what this does and how to use it - I can add to the
manual as needed.
Run the SQL
CREATE table favourites (userid varchar(20) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
caption varchar(50) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
href varchar(200) NOT NULL DEFAULT '#',
PRIMARY KEY (userid,caption)) Engine=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8;
against your database manually then try again through the browser - it
is an error with this latest release.
> Hi there,
> i am running a laboratory under GMP rules and webERP is just ideal for
> snall/mediun sized establishments. It is a very fine system and among
> the best.
> The recent version 4.14 is giving problems to upgrade from 4.13.1 The
> distribution download yields only 29.44 M and when extracted for the
> database upgrade it gives sql error for missing favourites table.
> I would like very much to upgrade. What should I do?