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How to test 3.0

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : General Questions
Dec-12-17 04:57 PM EST
Original Message
How to test 3.0
Author Dale Castaldi on 02-26-2001 at 13:22 (EST)
I currently have a large jewelry site using Ushop 2.0. I have upgraded the license to 3.0 but am unsure the best way to test the migration of the site without bringing the v2 site down.

Any suggestions to this...especially using the ushop.pl file that points to the CGI-BIN?

Thanks
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  RE: How to test 3.0 Bill Weiner, 2001-02-26 15:43:07 (1)

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         1. RE: How to test 3.0
        Author Bill Weiner on 02-26-2001 at 15:43 (EST)
What I would suggest is making a new subdirectory within your "cgi-bin"... perhaps called "ushop" (most servers will allow you to do this). Within this new directory you can install the new uShop 3.0 scripts and run them independently of any uShop 2.x scripts that you might have on your server.

A similar technique can be used for your uShop 3.0 HTML pages. That is, put your new uShop 3.0 HTML pages and "classes" directory within a new subdirectory on your server... so that the product pages also can be run totally independent of your uShop 2.x pages.

For some more tips on upgrading from uShop 2.x to uShop 3.x, see my posting on the following support forum entry:

http://www.uburst.com/dcforum/ushp_general_purpose/90.html
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