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2_6_0:install:240_to_250_migration_notes [2019/07/03 17:03]
vdumas [Meta tag for Designer]
2_6_0:install:240_to_250_migration_notes [2020/02/05 11:42] (current)
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 ====== To check before upgrading ====== ====== To check before upgrading ======
 +===== Meta tag for Designer =====
  
 +For Combodo customers which do have a tag <​nowiki><​meta></​nowiki>​ in their XML (ask Combodo, if you have a doubt), that tag has been added to the Standard Datamodel. As a result, the //​_delta="​define"//​ in your delta XML must be replaced by //​_delta="​must_exist"//​. Combodo must do it for you.
  
 ===== New PHP and MySQL requirements ===== ===== New PHP and MySQL requirements =====
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 The access to the REST web services is now restricted to the users having the profile //**REST Services User**// (having the Administrator profile is not enough to access the REST Web services, you must have also the REST Services User profile). \\ The access to the REST web services is now restricted to the users having the profile //**REST Services User**// (having the Administrator profile is not enough to access the REST Web services, you must have also the REST Services User profile). \\
-Make sure that your scripts ​using REST web services ​have that profile.+Make sure that your scripts ​call REST web services ​with a user having ​that profile.
 <note warning>​Even users with ''​Administrator''​ profile don't have access by default to REST webservices without ''​REST Services User''​ profile</​note>​ <note warning>​Even users with ''​Administrator''​ profile don't have access by default to REST webservices without ''​REST Services User''​ profile</​note>​
-<​note ​warning>If you want to keep the  previous behavior (//i.e. allow any user to access REST web services//​),​ then add the Configuration parameter ''​secure_rest_services''​ and set it to ''​false''​.</​note>​+<​note ​important>If you want to keep the  previous behavior (//i.e. allow any user to access REST web services//​),​ then add the Configuration parameter ''​secure_rest_services''​ and set it to ''​false''​.</​note>​
  
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 +===== Backup parameter change =====
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 +<note warning>​If you use ''​check_backup.php''​ with this parameter ''​check_ticket_itop'',​ **it will break!**</​note>​
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 +For security reasons, the "​check_ticket_itop"​ parameter should not be used anymore.
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 +  * This URL must now be stored in the module parameters, in the config file, under the "​itop_root"​ key. 
 +  * //In iTop 2.5.2 there was a param ''​itop_root''​ which is now ''​itop_backup_incident''//​
 +  * Remove the param ''​check_ticket_itop''​ from the "param file" used in your cron when calling ''​check_backup.php''​. ​
 +  * and put the value previously located in ''​check_ticket_itop'',​ into the Configuration file **''​itop_root''​** parameter
 +  * Warning : the parameter ''​itop_root''​ is renamed "​itop_backup_incident"​ starting from 2.6.0.
 ===== Datamodel changes ===== ===== Datamodel changes =====
  
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