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7/20/2018 10:49 AM
 
DotNetNuke 8 Users,

Please help.

How can one Increment Version by running a SQL statement?

Please advise.

For example, I want to do this via SQL...

Host,
Host Settings,
Advanced Settings,
Client Resource Management,
Current Host Version,
Increment Version

And, I want to do this via SQL...

Admin,
Site Settings,
Advanced Settings,
Client Resource Management,
Site Version,
Increment Version

What do you think?

Can that be done using SQL?

If yes, then how exactly?

Please advise.

Thanks.

-- Mark Kamoski

 
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8/1/2018 9:40 AM
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As far as I can tell, incrementing the version in SQL is done by updating the CrmVersion in the HostSettings and PortalSettings tables, e.g.

DECLARE @IncrementValue int
SET @IncrementValue = 1
UPDATE HostSettings 
SET SettingValue = SettingValue + @IncrementValue
WHERE SettingName = 'CrmVersion'
UPDATE PortalSettings 
SET SettingValue = SettingValue + @IncrementValue
WHERE SettingName = 'CrmVersion'

But for the website to pick up on the change, I think you would also need to clear the cache. I don't know how you could trigger that from SQL.

 
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8/8/2018 1:03 PM
 
Oliver,

I appreciate that.

It will work into my my build-and-deploy process nicely.

Thanks.

-- Mark Kamoski
 
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