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update alfresco problem

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Hi,

I upgraded my alfresco 4.0 > 4.2 > 5.0 > 5.2.
But in my current version (5.2) all working correct but number of tables is 101. But if I install alfresco from box it would be 74 (or 71 don't remember). Is it normal?

I am using alfresco 5.2. And after installing beCPG extention I have a lot of sql-scripts in
alfresco\tomcat\temp\Alfresco
And in some scrips I see 
INSERT IGNORE INTO alf_qname (ns_id,version,local_name) SELECT id,0, 'labelingLabelingTemplate' FROM alf_namespace WHERE uri = 'http://www.bcpg.fr/model/quality/1.0' ;
And IGNORE is not supported by postgres 9.4 which alfresco is using.

And can you explain me who add scripts to alfresco\tomcat\temp\Alfresco directory and why. Should I execute this scripts on my database?

I need your help!!!
Best regards.

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Active Member II

Re: update alfresco problem

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Ok. thank you. I asked them, but they don't answer(( I solved it by executing script from alfresco\tomcat\temp\Alfresco (after removing word IGNORE).

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Re: update alfresco problem

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When you upgrade Alfresco it is normal to have more tables than for a fresh install. You are still carrying around the JBPM tables which will not be created anymore for a new install. The patch to delete those JBPM tables is optional and not enabled by default, so they stick around.

The scripts in the temp directory are generated by Alfresco on-the-fly during the upgrade and already executed - you should do nothing with them.

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Re: update alfresco problem

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Alexandr, you already asked about the beCPG add-on SQL over here. You really need to ask beCPG about it.

Active Member II

Re: update alfresco problem

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Ok. thank you. I asked them, but they don't answer(( I solved it by executing script from alfresco\tomcat\temp\Alfresco (after removing word IGNORE).

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