Hi Robert

It very much depends on the plugin. Things to check

  1.  If the plugin has a gemfile, make sure that is inline with the core gems 
- ie update the plugin gem constraints if necessary
  2.  If the plugin overrides any core views, make sure that those overrides 
incorporate any core changes
  3.  If the plugin overrides any core methods, again make sure that those 
overrides are compatible with any changes in core


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Subject: [Archivesspace_Users_Group] updating and plugins question

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Hi all,

Recently upgraded a dev box from 2.5.1 to 3.3.1. First time I've worked on 
updating an Archivesspace instance. Everything has gone fairly smoothly but 
getting plugins sorted.

What is the process for migrating plugins successfully? I couldn't find any 
documentation for initialize-plugin.sh, but I saw references to it. Ran that 
successfully on a plugin but starting archivesspace with that plugin listed in 
config.rb still failed.

Thanks for any assistance.


Robert Wilson, he/him
Cloud Systems Administrator
Cornell University Library

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