2 Replies Latest reply: Jul 12, 2010 8:48 AM by Vicky Miao RSS

    Make sure to check-in all of your assets.

    Jasmin Charbonneau techies

      The installation process removes the local copy of the applications.

       

      That means, if you have assets that are checked-out, you will loose the latest changes since they won't reside on the server.

       

      Just make sure to check-in all you files before doing the upgrade.

       

      Jasmin

        • 1. Re: Make sure to check-in all of your assets.
          Jasmin Charbonneau techies

          I think this is related to the fact that I didn't have SP1 applied to my Workbench.

           

          It actually doesn't remove the local files, but it uses the new SP1 folder structure, which is probably why all my applications were removed from my Application view.

           

          So be aware that if you don't have SP1, your Application view will become empty and you will have to get the applications again from the server. If you had assets that were not checked-in, you can always get them from the old folder structure under C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Workbench ES2\localhost_NameOfApplication.

           

          Jasmin

          • 2. Re: Make sure to check-in all of your assets.
            Vicky Miao

            Yes, that's perfectly correct. After you applying SP1, you need to move on with the new folder structure. Accordingly you need to get your applicationa back again from server.