[opencms-dev] OpenCms Updater

Chris Henson CTH at piconsulting.co.uk
Tue Oct 18 11:24:45 CEST 2005

Went through the update wizard and found that if you have the
org.opencms.legacy.* modules installed the updater breaks your OpenCms
install.  It deletes the org.opencms.legacy.jar from the WEB-INF-lib
directory and doesn't replace it with anything.
The legacy modules haven't changed (as far as I know) so I copied in the
file from my original dist and it's all working fine now.
Hope this helps anybody who has had the same problem.

Chris Henson
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