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Error page after DB upgrade from 1.3.47 to 1.4.28?


While testing package upgrades from v1.3.47 to v1.4.28 on Debian Jessie 
(current stable) and Debian Stretch (current testing), the following type of 
the error page comes up the first time using a normal login after upgrading a 
company DB:

---<error page>------------------------------------------------------- 


Database is not the expected version. Was 1.4.0, expected 1.4.28. Please re-
run setup.pl against this database to correct.setup.pl at LedgerSMB/DBH.pm 
line 106.

dbversion: 1.4.28, company: testinc

---<error page>------------------------------------------------------- 

It looks like the DB upgrade marked the DB version as 1.4.0 instead of 

Going to setup.pl again on that same company DB does easily resolve the issue 
but is this something already known and I just don't recall seeing something 
having been posted about it?

Note that in both cases, it's a very minimal company db (since I don't 
currently have good DB's useful for testing...) and otherwise the only thing 
that came up during the DB upgrade was regarding "duplicate meta_numbers", 
which was easy to fix.


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