[Micronet] CalShare Upgrade 3/6-38

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[Micronet] CalShare Upgrade 3/6-38

Michael LEEFERS

CalShare Users,

 

This is a reminder that CalShare is scheduled for an upgrade 3/6-3/8.

 

You can access the development  by following this url https://calsharedev.berkeley.edu. The development environment is an actual upgrade of Production Data so you can truly evaluate how the upgrade impacts your site.  The data was pulled from a production backup(Mid December) and will be scrubbed after the production upgrade is complete.  Any changes to data in Dev will not impact production.  The paths to data and content in Dev are identical to production, the only change is the root URL.  For example if your production site is at https://calshare.berkeley.edu/sites/foo just go to https://calsharedev.berkeley.edu/sites/foo to access the dev site.

 

Please check out the main Dev URL https://calsharedev.berkeley.edu/Pages/Welcome.aspx for Important Dates, Key Architectural Changes and links to some additional resources.

 

General Questions can be sent to [hidden email] and a support ticket will be opened.  If you are having any site specific upgrade issues, please route those through your site collection administrator and they can open a support ticket via [hidden email].  If you are unsure who your Site Collection Administrators are they can be found here.

 

Key Dates

 

• Scheduled production upgrade: currently on schedule for the weekend of 3/6-3/8

 

Thanks

CalShare Team

 


 
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