I have a GeoNetwork 2.1 site with about 1500 records in a postgresql
database. We also have a couple dozen users with various permissions. I am
now wanting to upgrade to GeoNetwork 2.2. I would like to preserve
everything and make this migration as seamless as posible. Anyone have any
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I believe the only database changes from 2.1 to 2.2 is in the metadata
Just run an 'ALTER TABLE' command to add these two columns and you
should be able to connect a 2.2 implementation to your current database:
ALTER TABLE Metadata
ADD ( rating int default 0 not null,
popularity int default 0 not null );
Correct me if I'm wrong guys.
> I have a GeoNetwork 2.1 site with about 1500 records in a postgresql
> database. We also have a couple dozen users with various permissions. I am
> now wanting to upgrade to GeoNetwork 2.2. I would like to preserve
> everything and make this migration as seamless as posible. Anyone have any
> guidance here?
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