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This page describes how to go through the update process.
Preparing to upgrade
1. Release Notes
Before upgrade review all Release Notes. Learn about new features, improvements and bug fixes. Below you can find Release Notes for:
- TestFLO 7.x.x
- TestFLO 6.x.x
- TestFLO 5.4.x
- TestFLO 5.3.x
- TestFLO 5.2.x
- TestFLO 5.1.x
- TestFLO up to 5.0.5
2. Upgrade path
Determine your upgrade path with information from table:
|TestFLO Version||Recommended upgrade path|
|4.2.4 and earlier||Upgrade to 4.3.1 and use the path listed below|
|4.3.1 to 4.4.1||Upgrade to 4.4.2 and use the path listed below|
|4.4.2 to 7.x.x||Upgrade to the latest version of TestFLO|
Older versions of TestFLO are available on the Version history page.
3. Upgrade in a test environment
Prior to upgrading your production environment, the best practice is to first test the upgrade using a copy of the production environment. Prepare an environment that will be a copy of the production environment and perform the upgrade according to the table from the Upgrade path.
If the upgrade in the test environment has passed positively, you can proceed with performing the upgrade on the production environment. Please determine upgrade path from table.
Learn more about migration statuses at the Upgrade reports page.
If you upgraded and the status of migration didn’t complete successfully, please contact with the support team at Customer Portal.
Have in mind that uninstalling the version and installing the previous will cause inconsistency in the TestFLO configuration. Rollback to the previous version requires a special path.
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