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    Documentation Question

    I may well be looking in the wrong place; but I cannot seem to find any Upgrade Documentation for HAP+ anywhere. We are currently on version 9.1.501.1430 and I was going to try and upgrade to version 9.7 today. I have downloaded the zip file and realise that I will have to reapply all my changes to the CSS files after the upgrade, but I am unsure where to go next.

    Is there a definitive upgrade document and am I OK to jump from version 9.1 straight up to version 9.7 or do I need to apply every upgrade file incrementally?

    Thanks in advance,
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    All point updates are cumulative.

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    That's great Nick... but what do I need to do to apply the update? Is there an upgrade doc somewhere?

    Jon

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    Extract the zip file over the top of your install, HAP+ will upgrade it's config if any changes have been made.

    Back up 1st.

    You should be able to use a file diff program to compare the two files to find out what has changed to be able to restore your css changes

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    I have just done that Nick and I now get a JavaScript pop up when opening every page saying "Internal Server Error". Do I need to adjust any file permissions after overwriting with the upgrade ones?

    Jon

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    You may need to restore your web.config file

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    That did it! For good measure I also reapplied these steps from the version 9 documentation:

    28. Right click HAP and select properties
    29. Deselect readonly and click ok. Allow it to reset every readonly attribute
    30. Add the permission:
    a. IIS AppPool\HAP (Findable from the Local Machine). Set them to Read & Execute permissions
    b. App_Data Folder: Set to Read & Write
    Now on to restoring my CSS changes ;-)

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