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From Ken Burns <>
Subject Upgrading from 1.0.2/3 -> 1.1
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2007 00:58:42 GMT

Like Christan's timely email earlier today, I too have to migrate my 2
instances of Continuum (1.0.2 and 1.0.3) into 1.1 (I run 2 instances of
Continuum for redundancy) over the next 2 weeks.

I've read through the upgrade documentation
ml) but the wording tends to suggest to me that the migration tool only
handles migration of data from a 1.1-beta-x to 1.1?

Will these tools handle exporting 1.0.x data and importing into 1.1? I've
got numerous projects and 2 years of build data in my 1.0.x Continuums that
I'd really like to use and preserve during my migration to 1.1.

I've been extremely happy with Continuum's performance and am very
appreciative in the benefits it has given us in our
development/test/integration environments. Congratulations and thanks to the
Continuum team!




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