Manual Upgrade using fresh install and original database

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  - Identify and list modules to go to upgraded version   - Identify and list modules to go to upgraded version
-    *  Diff Core of original version to clean core of same verison+    *  Diff Core of original version to clean core of same version
    *  You may not need all you modules brought over and some modules will not be compatible in a newer version. Each one must be checked and tested.     *  You may not need all you modules brought over and some modules will not be compatible in a newer version. Each one must be checked and tested.
    *  Make sure to check your Local and Community Folder.     *  Make sure to check your Local and Community Folder.
    *  If you have a local/Mage folder you will need to check if the code is compatible with the version you are upgrading to.     *  If you have a local/Mage folder you will need to check if the code is compatible with the version you are upgrading to.
  - Identify theme components to transfer   - Identify theme components to transfer
 +    * Diff theme with base or default version of original theme
    * Make sure all your theme files are in the correct folders and more importantly make sure you theme is compatible with the version you are upgrading to. It is best to test your upgrade on the default theme, then slowing add in just the theme files you need for your theme. There are layout files that are specific to the newer versions of Magento and it is important that these files are used for you install. A good example is checkout.xml.     * Make sure all your theme files are in the correct folders and more importantly make sure you theme is compatible with the version you are upgrading to. It is best to test your upgrade on the default theme, then slowing add in just the theme files you need for your theme. There are layout files that are specific to the newer versions of Magento and it is important that these files are used for you install. A good example is checkout.xml.
  - Identify external components that need to function with new version, review on Magento integration options (i.e. does it make sense to make the external app a Magento app or leave it as an external app)   - Identify external components that need to function with new version, review on Magento integration options (i.e. does it make sense to make the external app a Magento app or leave it as an external app)



 

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