Magento Tutorial-How to Apply a Patch

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====Step 2. Copy Patch File Into the Backup Folder==== ====Step 2. Copy Patch File Into the Backup Folder====
-This step is out of date. Newer patches have an .sh extension. To apply and revert .sh patches, see [[http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/apply-revert-magento-patches][How to Apply and Revert Magento Patches]].+This step is out of date. Newer patches have an .sh extension. To apply and revert .sh patches, see http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/apply-revert-magento-patches.
In the example below, our patch file is called **1420_patch.patch**. Copy the patch file into the backup folder as shown in the screen shot below. In the example below, our patch file is called **1420_patch.patch**. Copy the patch file into the backup folder as shown in the screen shot below.



 

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