You can download the whole new Installer
that comes with the UpgradeAssistant and a PDF guide (old);
or just the PDF guide
(new) here for a peek review first;
or just the UpgradeAssistant
with ApacheAnt and Migration preset folder. You have to set path to ApacheAnt/bin manually.
I have changed the upgrade strategy to monthly. The installer is now more compressed at 300Mb in size even though it includes the extra baggage above.
Please forward me any issues while using it so that i can further improve it. You can give feedback in this forum thread below here.
p/s while struggling to upload the main Installer 300Mb size up the virtual machine line in my MacBook i suddenly got an insight this morning how to make life easy for everyone particularly those who use ADempiere 361. I am thinking of incorporating into the Upgrade Assistant an option (serial fashion) this way:1. (First time users) Do you want to get changes since last official release? Yes/No
3. (For up to date users) Do you want to get changes for this month? Yes/No
At the moment we have yet to have an official release thus we are still at ADempiere361 for last 'official' version. Thus if you are to run this iDempiereInstaller-0.9.d plus UpgradeAssistant and you are at ADempiere361 then you answer Yes to (1) and (2) will not appear.
If you are already used the old installer 0.9.c, run the 0.9.d, then you apply manually the migration scripts, then use the UpgradeAssistant for subsequent months, answering No to (1) and Yes to (2).
This should cover ALL cases. I will update the UpgradeAssistant and upload again. Do tell me what you think and offer your better suggestion.
If you make a mistake in the option above it is OK, just run the Assistant again choosing the right option and it will overwrite the last migration scripts folder. The spot where you must be careful is when you run 'ANT' in the migration folder. Always make sure you backup your old instance if you are an old user.