This article lists the upgrade path to follow when upgrading Enterprise Server from an older version to a newer version.
Note: For important information about performing the actual upgrade, see Upgrading Enterprise Server 8 or 9 to Enterprise Server 10.
|From Enterprise Server version||To Enterprise Server version|
|6.x||7.x||8.x||9.x||10.0 – 10.4||10.5
|4.x||Yes||- 1||- 1||- 1||- 1||- 1|
|5.0||Yes||Yes||- 1||- 1||- 1||- 1|
|6.1||-||Yes||Yes||- 1||- 1||- 1|
|7.x||-||-||Yes||Yes 2||- 1||- 1|
Legend: Yes = combination is supported. - = combination of old and new software versions is not supported.
1 It is not possible to upgrade the database at once, but you can use an older Enterprise Server to upgrade in 2 steps.
Example: Enterprise version 10 does not support upgrading from version 7 to version 10; to upgrade a version 7 database to version 10 you first have to upgrade to version 8 or 9, followed by an upgrade to version 10.
2 Our recommendation is to directly upgrade to either version 9.4.10 or to version 9.8.2. Please be aware of the following upgrade paths:
- Upgrading to version 9.4.10 can be done from versions 7.0 – 7.5.
- Upgrading to version 9.8.2 is not directly possible from version 7; this requires one of the following upgrade paths:
- An upgrade from version 7.6 to version 9.6 and then to 9.8.2
- An upgrade from version 7 to version 8 and then to 9.8.2
3 Enterprise Server 10.7 or higher does not support the Overruled Brand feature (used in print publications).
For information about upgrading Enterprise Server, see the following articles:
- Upgrading Enterprise Server 8 or 9 to Enterprise Server 10
- Upgrading Enterprise Server 8 to Enterprise Server 9
- Upgrading Enterprise Server 7 to Enterprise Server 9
- 14 August 2019: Changed column header '10.5' to '10.5 or higher'.
- 14 August 2019: Added a footnote about support for the overruled Brand feature in Enterprise Server 10.7.
- 19 August 2019: Added section 'Installation steps'.