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Updating UWS elements destroys custom settings 3 years 10 months ago #13239

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I made custom settings for php 7.2.15 and when upgrading to php 7.2.16 the folder was completely overwritten, erasing my settings.

I'm doing updates manually because of this now.

Could a way of choosing to preserve the ini files and extra dlls (php extensions) be possible?

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the work of maintaining and improving UWS.

I have suggestions for improvement that I will be putting on another topic.

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Updating UWS elements destroys custom settings 3 years 10 months ago #13242

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The new functionality is for new UWS users.
"Update" an element must has and "cleaning" action

Experts like you don't have any problem

<<Could a way of choosing to preserve the ini files and extra dlls (php extensions) be possible?>>

All are possible, but give us more info or explain your suggestion.

We want to improve UWS project with users help.
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Updating UWS elements destroys custom settings 3 years 10 months ago #13253

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One possibility could be to rename the previous folder before installing the new one. Example: "php72-backup-001". This would avoid undesired configuration loss and then it would just be a matter of manually copying and pasting information and extensions. What do you think?

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Updating UWS elements destroys custom settings 3 years 10 months ago #13257

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This is good suggestion
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