[Koha] Upgrade from Koha version 2.5 to 3.x
damien.mannix at amog.consulting
Thu Nov 19 14:48:40 NZDT 2015
Thank you - clean install sounds like a very good option. Is there an easy way to export the data I need or is it more the case copying the database tables from old instance to the new?
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On 19 November 2015 at 12:46:55 pm, Mark Tompsett (mtompset at hotmail.com) wrote:
Indranil's suggested process direction seems good.
Though, sometimes an upgrade is an opportunity to lose the junk.
However, perhaps you may wish to take this opportunity to do a fresh
install, and import cleaned MARC records into the fresh install? I would
also take note of any other settings which might be useful (custom reports,
branches, system preference settings, etc.). There is, after all, multiple
ways to accomplish the same thing. :)
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