Update problem from 2016.09.4 -> latest 2017.8.6 - Debian 8.9 jessie

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iXius
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Update problem from 2016.09.4 -> latest 2017.8.6 - Debian 8.9 jessie

Postby iXius » Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:52 pm

Hi,

I am updating via Debian apt-get from 2016.09.4-1.80 to 2017.08.6-1.80 but I get the following error when updating:

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SQLSTATE[23000]: Integrity constraint violation: 1452 Cannot add or update a child row: a foreign key constraint fails (`tine20db`.`#sql-35a_3b`, CONSTRAINT `tine20_container_content::container_id--container::id` FOREIGN KEY (`container_id`) REFERENCES `tine20_container` (`id`) ON DELETE CASCADE), query was: ALTER TABLE `tine20_container_content` ADD CONSTRAINT `tine20_container_content::container_id--container::id` FOREIGN KEY (`container_id`) REFERENCES `tine20_container` (`id`) ON DELETE CASCADE

Is it possible to update from 2016.9.4 to the latest release or do I need to go through 2016.09.7 and 2017.02.5 before getting to 2017.08.6? If so, where can I download the 2016.09.7 package? This link stopped working:

http://packages.tine20.org/source/2016. ... .7.tar.bz2

Thank you for your help.

BoehserWolf
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Re: Update problem from 2016.09.4 -> latest 2017.8.6 - Debian 8.9 jessie

Postby BoehserWolf » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:10 pm

This looks a lot like the problems I had. If you are able to read have a look at my german thread https://www.tine20.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=18606.

Overall the upgrade path I used was:
2013.10.5 -> 2014.09.12 -> 2015.07.4 -> 2016.03.4 -> 2016.09.6 -> 2017.02.4 -> 2017.02.5 -> 2017.08.6

I got the upgrades from the forum member lab@nohl because the official server hasn't the updates anymore available. If you need some of these releases I can provide you the necessary files, just drop me a PM with the ones you need.

I also filed a bug about this and finally found a solution: https://forge.tine20.org/view.php?id=13534


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