Can't upgrade if MySql server is case-sensitive

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5/6/2018 12:06:08 PM
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Can't upgrade if MySql server is case-sensitive

Hi, if, like me, the MySql server is hosted on a Linux server and is case sensitive, upgrading to a newer version of MojoPortal fails. Luckily the fix is simple:

in "www\Setup\applications\blog\SchemaUpgradeScripts\mysql\2.6.1.9.config"

replace the code with this:

DELETE FROM mp_ModuleDefinitionSettings WHERE SettingName = 'BlogShowAddFeedLinksSetting';
DELETE FROM mp_ModuleSettings WHERE SettingName = 'BlogShowAddFeedLinksSetting';

Maybe there are other instances that I missed because in the beginning I took the wrong approach of renaming the tables to lowercase

10/20/2018 2:18:22 AM
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Re: Can't upgrade if MySql server is case-sensitive

Hi,

This has been fixed in the source code repository for some time now but we just made a new release which includes it as well.

Thank you,
Joe

10/20/2018 2:28:13 AM
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Re: Can't upgrade if MySql server is case-sensitive

Thanks laugh

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