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Trying to Ugrade Crowd from 2.8.3 to 2.9.7

I am trying to Upgrade Crowd from version 2.8.3 to 2.9.7.

I have followed the instructions on this site:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/upgrading-crowd-via-automatic-database-upgrade-213519474.html

 

This is on a Windows server, and when I execute the "start_crowd.bat" Tomcat starts up and runs, but I can't see that the

Version on the Crowd site (http://localhost:8095/crowd/) changes. It still is 2.8.3.

 

The application is running on an application server and the Database is running on a dedicated MS SQL server.

 

I have altered the "crowd-init.properties" file on "C:\Crowd\atlassian-crowd-2.9.7\crowd-webapp\WEB-INF\classes"

To pint to the existing home directory.

 

And copied the existing "crowd.properties" file to the "C:\Crowd\atlassian-crowd-2.9.7\crowd-openidserver-webapp\WEB-INF\classes" folder (installation folder).

 

And then executed the "start_crowd.bat" file.

 

I can't see any errors, but nothing changes.

 

Can you please point out what I am doing wrong?

PS: I have taken a copy of the home folder and backed up the database.

 

Kind regards

Ariel Cancino

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@Ariel Cancinois there any particular reason why you are not upgrading to the latest Crowd version 3.2 ?

The customer that wants the upgrade asked particular for that version.

I have suggested to try a newest version.

but do you think it can do the trick?

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