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Re: sql-ledger migration

Back up early, back up often :-)  Back up in multiple ways :-)  Not
that this has anything to do with the data migration process itself.
It is, however, always the safe thing to do.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 4/26/07, Scott Martin <..hidden..> wrote:

Chris Travers wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> I do not believe you can upgrade from SQL-Ledger to LedgerSMB just
> using the debians.  We can help you to migrate your data, but the
> proper way would be to uninstall the first and install the second.
> Then read the README.debian if using a .deb or the UPGRADE file if
> installing from a tarball.
> Best Wishes,
> Chris Travers
> On 4/26/07, Scott Martin <..hidden..> wrote:
>> Hello
>> I posted earlier about migrating from sql-ledger 2.4.7 to smb-ledger on
>> a debian sid box.
>> Would I be better off starting with a fresh install rather than trying
>> to recover my data.
>> I typically use this for writing quotes, issuing PO#'s, packing lists
>> etc. without using the full fledged accounting package (although at some
>> point I will).
>> It would be nice though to recover part#'s, customer and vendor lists.
>> Any thoughts
>> Thanks
>> Scott Martin
Would I have to first make a backup file of the sql-ledger data?

Thanks Again
Scott Martin

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