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- New actions
- To let client-side devs build dynamic forms, we added the GetSchema custom action that will serve the available content types (including field metadata) to the client.
- New SnAdmin steps
- To aid the migration process from sensenet 6 to sensenet 7, we created a Move config SnAdmin step that will be able to update configuration files. This is a generic step so you'll be able to use it in similar scenarios.
- We extended the ForEach SnAdmin step to work with an explicit file list (e.g. well-known config files) in a loop.
To get started please follow the instructions in the Install sensenet from NuGet article.
Upgrade from previous version
If you already have sensenet installed and want an in-place upgrade instead of re-creating the database, please run the upgrade patch (you'll find it above in the Assets list) in your dev, test and live environments to be up to date. The patch is an SnAdmin package.
The patch above is a cumulative package that you may execute on any previous version. This means you do not have to upgrade to previous interim versions before executing this one.
Note that after executing the patch, you will have to update your sensenet Services NuGet packages to the same version. Please check your connection strings (web.config and Tools\SnAdminRuntime.exe.config) after updating the packages, because NuGet may change those values based on the package contents.