|Re: Photon update problem [message #1797520 is a reply to message #1797506]
||Thu, 01 November 2018 06:33
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
Though Oomph as bunch of useful features that would make this all easier to do automatically.
For example you could use Navigate -> Open Setup -> Installation, then double click the Installation object to bring up the Properties view and edit the Product Version to choose a newer version of the same product you already installer. You might pick the 2018-09 version, or Latest Released version so that the installation will automatically update when there is a new release. After saving this, you can do Help -> Perform Setup Tasks to do your update (or to check for updates in general).
If there are things you always install, you can create a p2 task for that in your user.setup, using Navigate -> Open Setup -> User to do that. E.g., I have this in my user.setup so that I always install vi plugin when I create a new installation with the installer.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Of course Oomph can also automatically clone the projects on which you work, import them into your workspace, and organize them into working sets so that you never need to manually setup an IDE and can instead create a fresh new properly installed, properly configured installation and workspace easily and automatically.
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