How to save old data when upgrading to Premium?

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  • #36736

    zirzy
    Participant

    Hi,

    First, thanks for great module for WordPress 🙂

    We have a question on how to save old data from free version of BirchPress? We are gonna upgrade from free to Premium edition. We have already purchased Premium edition and we have license key here..

    Help forum says that we have to delete free edition (plugin) and its data.. There is important data stored in our database so we can not delete all data. So how can I save old data and upgrade to Premium?

    Thanks in advance!:)

    #36742

    Jennifer
    Keymaster

    Hi Zirzy,

    You will not lose any data or settings during the upgrade. Just follow the guide. Back up your database if you still have any concerns.

    #36752

    zirzy
    Participant

    Thanks for fast reply!

    The FAG page says like this:
    “2. Delete the free Scheduler. You will be asked if you want to delete these files and data. Click ‘Yes, Delete these files and data’.”

    If I delete free Scheduler, it doesn’t delete all data? I do not understand now.. 🙂

    #36754

    zirzy
    Participant

    Ok, I did that and seems like all data is in the database 🙂 But now came error 500.. Is this because it tryes to syncronice the data and server haven’t got “power” to run it?

    #36774

    Jennifer
    Keymaster

    Were you able to disable the scheduler? Could you submit a ticket?

    #36780

    zirzy
    Participant

    Hi,

    Seems like the problem was in server firewall.. when syncro started firewall blocked my ip. After unblock everything is ok and working fine.

    Thanks for great plugin 🙂

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