Policy for updating erp files
But first, if you need help with specific problems related to upgrading your x Tuple ERP database, there are several other pages you might want to look at: All of these parts have to be synchronized for any one of them to operate as expected.
For example, x Tuple did not support release 2.3.2 of x Tuple ERP on Postgre SQL 8.3 because there were significant changes to the behavior of stored procedures between Postgre SQL 8.2 and 8.3; many stored procedures were modified to allow running them on Postgre SQL 8.3 and this work was done for x Tuple ERP 3.0.
If you read the next window that pops up, it’s telling us we are only deleting the link, not the GPO, which is a good thing. Now jump back on your client computer, open a command prompt (better yet, Power Shell) At the prompt, type gpupdate and press Enter.
After a few seconds, your shortcut should disappear.
Game file used by Alter Ego, a dark adventure game; stores an archive of game files, which may contain graphics, audio, and other game data; used for loading game content; can be unpacked using the Alter Ego ERP unpacker.
This article describes the processes involved with loading and running these packages using the Updater application.
Tip: Before performing any updates to a database, you should first make a backup copy of the database you are updating.
Having a backup ensures you can always go back to the original database if errors occur during the upgrade. Get the update packages from the Source Forge downloads page for Post Books® if you use Post Books®.
The Updater is x Tuple's tool for making changes to the database schema and stored procedures that correspond to changes in the client application.
These changes might include adding new tables, modifying the structure of existing tables, and adding internal data.
It will still be available for future use if we want to link it to another OU.