[ic] Upgrade procedure

Grant emailgrant at gmail.com
Mon Jun 15 23:40:01 UTC 2009

>> I do have in catalog.cfg:
>> VariableDatabase variable
>> Does that refer specifically to dbconf/default_db/variable.dbm?
> No, that refers to products/variable.txt.

OK, I don't know why dbconf/default_db/variable.dbm is conflicting
with dbconf/mysql/variable.dbm since dbconf/default_db/access.dbm and
dbconf/default_db/mv_metadata.dbm aren't conflicting with their
identical copies in dbconf/mysql.

>> I see what you're saying, so the conflict is due to a problem with
>> /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8/Business/UPS.pm, not a problem with
>> ups_query.tag.  Do you know which version would be pulled in by
>> Interchange::Bundle?  It looks like Business-UPS-2.0 is the latest.  I
>> can't find mention of the version in the installed module's source. If
>> Interchange::Bundle pulls in the latest Business::UPS, isn't it fair to
>> say there is a problem with ups_query.tag (which is distributed with
>> IC)?
> Grant, I think something must be old there: Either the Business::UPS, or
> the ups-query tag, or something, because I don't get any warning on
> startup, and I don't see the $result variable mentioned in your error
> message in either Business::UPS or ups_query.tag.
> Are you sure you don't have an old ups-query tag floating around in a
> different directory, catalog.cfg, or one of its includes?
> Is there a $result variable in your Business::UPS source at line 97 as the
> error would indicate?

Yeah I sure do have $result at line 97.  I guess I've got an old
version?  Are you on the latest?  I just installed Interchange::Bundle
via IC's 'make install', and shouldn't Business::UPS have been

- Grant

> Jon Jensen
> End Point Corporation
> http://www.endpoint.com/

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