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Yesterday I posted about upgrading my blog to BlogCFC 5.9.3. How I went about the upgrade process is probably just as important as getting on the latest version. What follows is a run-down of how I upgraded, what tools I used to make it painless, and the SQL scripts I wrote you can use to get your own blog upgraded. Hit the more link for all the goodness.

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This entry was posted by Aaron West on April 17, 2009 at 1:00 PM. It was filed in the following categories: ColdFusion, Subversion, BlogCFC, CFEclipse, SQL, Blogging. It has been viewed 8023 times and has 4 comments.

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4 Responses to Upgrading to BlogCFC 5.9.3 - The Tools, The Process, The Result

  1. thanks, I'll have to do an upgrade too and have been avoiding it... I'm on 5.5 too and have recently upgrade MySQL from 4.x to 5.x which introduced some weird date issue already. My knowledge is not quite up to the task of fixing that so now every time I post a new blog post I need to manually swap the day and month over. Not sure where and how to fix that but I can tell it'd be easy if I knew :-)

    Have you used Navicat on OSX for administering MySQL? I quite like it. It has it's issue but backups for example are really simple with it.

  2. @Stefan I used Navicat several years ago but not since. At the time it was a great administration app for MySQL but I believe it was a paid app. I'm not sure why I didn't stick with it. I don't mind paying for apps if they're great (like the Changes compare app).

  3. gerald guido

    Thanx Aaron. Worked like a charm.

  4. I recommend free MySQL-manager for OSX - Valentina Studio, check it out if you haven’t tried it yet: http://www.valentina-db.com/valentina-studio-overv...