errors after upgrade to 5.6.2

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Hi,

Can anyone assist after upgrade i get the following message at the bottom of the site

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/rawhydem/public_html/caravan-man.com/concrete/core/libraries/view.php:976) in /home/rawhydem/public_html/caravan-man.com/concrete/core/libraries/view.php on line 653
concrete5
An unexpected error occurred.
mysqlt error: [1054: Unknown column 'isScheduled' in 'where clause'] in EXECUTE("SELECT jID FROM Jobs WHERE isScheduled = 1 ORDER BY jDateLastRun")
< Back to Home

http://nepal.footholds.net/~rawhydem/caravan-man.com/...

If anyone can let me know how to fix I would be grateful

Many thanks

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adwlabs replied on at Permalink Reply
adwlabs
Hi, I have the same problem...
mlocati replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
mlocati
How did you upgraded?
If you go to the page
http://yoursite/index.php/tools/required/upgrade...
what do you see?
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi

When I do this I get page not found message

thanks
bukus9 replied on at Permalink Reply
bukus9
Hi thx very good answear :))
kappi replied on at Permalink Reply
Superb! Was starting to get a little worried.

How on earth did you know about that?

Much appreciated
mlocati replied on at Permalink Reply
mlocati
It's in an how-to (http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/developers/update-ve... ).

It's not the recommended way to update concrete5, but it may save your live in some situations ;)
bobrocke replied on at Permalink Reply
bobrocke
Me, too. :( I'll hope there's an answer for you and me.
mlocati replied on at Permalink Reply
mlocati
My message above may point to the solution: to understand the problem and solve it it's necessary to know the situation and the steps you did...
bobrocke replied on at Permalink Reply
bobrocke
I put the concrete5.6.2 folder in my upgrades folder.

When I run the script you linked to it says I have concrete5.6.1.2 successfully installed.

Bob
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
I updated via the cpanel i upgraded 3 sites but had a problem with this.

Only diff on this site is that i used meganav otherwise the same.
bobrocke replied on at Permalink Reply
bobrocke
Has there been an answer on the problems updating to 5.6.2?

I get this error:

Fatal error: Call to a member function getCollectionAttributeValue() on a non-object in /Volumes/Data/Dropbox/SyncedSites/vhosts/www.concrete.dev/packages/page_redirect/models/page_redirect.php on line 19

Bob
bobrocke replied on at Permalink Reply
bobrocke
OK, I found the problem. The 'page redirect' add-on was raising the error, so I uninstalled it (along with the 'page selector' add-on it requires). I made the update and then re-installed the two add-ons.

Everything seems to be OK again (but I did have to go back and reconfigure the page redirect I was using - perhaps I should just learn to code that redirect myself).

Bob
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
many thanks to mlocoti

although i had installed the 5.6.2 I had not completed the upgrade process index/php/tools/required/upgrade once done the errors disappeared.

thanks
bobaudio replied on at Permalink Reply
bobaudio
FIXED here for me!!

JohnTheFish in another unrelated thread suggested simple direct database/C5 upgrade:

"http://yoursitehere.com/index.php/tools/required/upgrade"

This showed I could upgrade from earlier ver to 5.6.2.1 for some reason- ran it- errors gone!!

thread I found fix:
http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/installation/table-jobset...