This chapter describes how to upgrade from a patch or minor version to a more recent one.
As a prerequisite, we assume that you are using a project installed from a Community Standard (Installation).
We frequently release patch versions, in order to provides security and bug fixes.
When fixing these issues, we take extreme care to avoid any backward compatibility break.
In the following example, Akeneo PIM version 1.4.8 has just been released and we are using an Akeneo PIM version 1.4.7.
You can check the CHANGELOG-1.4.md which list the changes provided by each version.
Run the composer update command:
php composer.phar --prefer-dist update
Double check in the output of this command that the 1.4.8 version has been fetched, you can also check it by using the following command:
php composer.phar licenses
Then clean the cache, re-install assets and warmup the cache:
rm -rf app/cache/* ./web/bundles/* ./web/css/* ./web/js/* app/console --env=prod pim:installer:assets app/console --env=prod cache:warmup
We set any other dependencies to their exact patch versions to avoid compatibility issues. We strongly advise you to add the composer.lock in your versioning system.
In your enterprise standard project, the composer.json will reference both community and enterprise bundles repositories.
To upgrade, please change the composer.json to:
"akeneo/pim-enterprise-dev": "1.4.8", "akeneo/pim-community-dev": "1.4.8",
We always tag both community and enterprise versions with aligned version numbers, be sure to use the exact same version for CE and EE, for instance, a EE 1.4.8 fix may depend on CE 1.4.8.
Using the exact patch version will avoid any local composer cache issue.
Then follow the same process than for the community edition:
rm -rf app/cache/* app/console --env=prod pim:installer:assets app/console --env=prod cache:warmup
We release minor versions every 6 months, these versions bring new features.
Depending on these features and on the custom code you’ve added in your project, the migration can be more or less straightforward.
Each release is provided with a migration guide and a set of scripts to automatize it as most as possible.
We are continuing to improve this process to make every new migration easier than the previous one.
Here are the migration guides:
Standard Enterprise Edition (EE) archives are now available on a dedicated portal: https://partners.akeneo.com/. You will be able to download your EE archive directly from it. If you do not have access to this interface, please contact your Sales or Channel Manager.
Then, follow the migration guides located in your archive to upgrade your project.
From EE v1.0 to EE v1.3: UPGRADE-1.3.md
From EE v1.3 to EE v1.4: UPGRADE-1.4.md
From CE v1.4 to EE v1.4: UPGRADE-CE-1.4-EE-1.4.md