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I have created a Umbraco website from the gallery in Microsoft Azure, at the time it was 7.2.2 but I now want to upgrade this to the latest version (7.2.4) to try and sort and issue around the InvalidCompositionException issue/bug.
Can I upgarde the site? Would it be a case of downloading all the files via FTP then running the upgarde via Nuget? Has anyone been able to do this?
I have tried but seem be running into problems everywhere...
It can probably be done, but not in a straightforward way. For example, you have to workaround this issue for now: http://issues.umbraco.org/issue/U4-5673
If you are running into other issues, I recommend submitting them to the Umbraco issue tracker.
I would definitely recommend performing the upgrade locally against a copied database to avoid problems.
yeah my only option is to run the upgarde locally (i'm using the azure free websites) but that requires downloading all the web files from Azure via FTP which is slow. But this is where the problems start...if i open the downloaded files in VS it doesnt see it as a project.
Running Nuget command threw up lots of errors and now I'm left with a non working local site. All a bit of a mess. I can dowload the files again but not sure if it will make much of a difference.
PS as this is just a test site for now I am still using the local SDF files so azure SQL not such a big issue for me.
There are two types of web "things" in Visual Studio. One is a Web Application, which has a project file. The other is a Website, which has no project file. If you try to "Open Project", you won't be able to. However, you should be able to "Open Website" just fine from Visual Studio.
Yip thanks for getting back to me...I had opened it as a website and then ran the Nuget and started to run into issue. Think i need to download again and run it again.
Thanks for the input.
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