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Upgrade from CMS RC to Release

Hi, I have problems after running the upgrade to Release version of CMS 5 from EPiServer Manager Now I get the following error accessing the site: Server Error in '/' Application. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Configuration Error Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately. Parser Error Message: Unrecognized attribute 'staticFileCacheExpiration'. Note that attribute names are case-sensitive. Source Error: Line 70: remoteCacheListenerShortNames="ListenUp" httpCacheVaryByCustom="browser" Line 71: httpCacheVaryByParams="id" httpCacheExpiration="00:00:00" pageCacheSlidingExpiration="00:00:00" Line 72: remotePageCacheSlidingExpiration="00:00:00" staticFileCacheExpiration="00:00:00" Line 73: uiEditorCssPaths="" uiEditorColors="" uiEditorHeight="250" uiEditorWidth="500" Line 74: uiEditorValueOptions="0" urlRewriteExtension="" pageUseBrowserLanguagePreferences="false" Source File: D:\Sites\host80\EPiRoot\web.config Line: 72 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Is this attribute removed?
Sep 14, 2007 14:54
Other issue when upgrading from RC4->Release via EPiServer Manager. Seem that the database was not upgraded correctly. "EPiServer 5.1.422.4 can only be used with database version 5100, current version is 96. Make sure both database and assemblies are upgraded correctly."
Sep 15, 2007 15:31
Hi, We forgot to update the upgrade schema's database version. You can manually fix this in the stored procedure db.sp_DatabaseVersion, change return from 96 to 5100.
Sep 17, 2007 14:18
Did I get answer to the OP now or was the answer from EPI to the other issue? Or is it the same? Should I remove the staticFileCacheExpiration attribute from the web.config?
Sep 20, 2007 10:00
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