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Christian Wenz's Blog:
Serendipity Upgrade to v 1.5.x Gotcha
December 24, 2009 @ 06:44:55

Christian Wenz points out a "gotcha" for those upgrading Serendipity to the latest 1.5.x version - an issue with a SQL script not being run.

I just updated Serendipity to version 1.5.1 on one of our servers; yet afterwards I could not log in anymore. Also, Serendipity reported that version 1.5.1 was present, although I did not run the update script from the admin console yet. At first I thought I did something wrong, but a s9y forum posting described a similar issue.

The issue came from a SQL update script that hadn't been run when the upgrade process thought it had. He includes the two SQL statements you'll need to run to fix the problem.

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