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 Snitz™ Forums Mvc version 1.1.5.0 released
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HuwR
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 15 September 2018 :  06:27:01  Show Profile  Visit HuwR's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Latest version now ready for download.

Please note, This is for new installs or for upgrading from the classic ASP version of Snitz, IT IS NOT FOR UPDATING YOUR CURRENT MVC CODE, UPDATE PACKAGE POSTED IN FIRST REPLY

If you are upgrading a MySQL database, please contact me before doing so. There are some inconsistencies in the Snitz MySQL database which are not compatible with the upgrade, your database will require some pre-processing before attempting an upgrade

Download the Files here.
[file]https://www.reddick.co.uk/mvc/home/download/?filename=SnitzForumsMvc_v1_1_5_0.zip[/file]

MVC .net dev/test site

HuwR
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United Kingdom
20448 Posts

Posted - 15 September 2018 :  06:28:43  Show Profile  Visit HuwR's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Latest update now ready for download.

Please note, This is for Updating your current MVC Site, IT IS NOT A FULL INSTALLATION

If you have modified any files, please make sure you don't overwrite them but merge any changes

Download the update here.
[file]https://www.reddick.co.uk/mvc/home/download/?filename=SnitzForumsMvc_v1_1_5_0_Update.zip[/file]

MVC .net dev/test site
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snowbird30ds
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United Kingdom
21 Posts

Posted - 11 May 2019 :  18:51:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Huw
I'm struggling to find any instructions, can I upgrade a snitz 2000 classic asp forum to the MVC version and add file uploads? I have downloaded some setup files but can't find any instructions.
Existing forum uses access database.
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HuwR
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United Kingdom
20448 Posts

Posted - 13 May 2019 :  10:36:14  Show Profile  Visit HuwR's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi,

The new version does not support access I'm afraid (it may work but no guarantees), you should upgrade to SQL first.

Some instructions available in the blog forum at https://www.reddick.co.uk/mvc


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