Summary: This section describes the upgrade process for AIP Core. This process must be repeated on each AIP Node you want to upgrade to a new release of AIP Core. When AIP Core has been upgraded, you must then perform an Application and schema upgrade to upgrade your Applications and their associated schemas to match the new AIP Core release.
Step 1 - Run the installer
Right click the setup.bat file located in the folder created during the unzip process and choose Run as Administrator in the contextual menu:
When the installer loads, ensure that the Upgrade option is selected as shown below, then click Next:
Accept the License Agreement and then click Next:
Click Install to start the process:
If the Service Pack installer detects any changes to files in the CAST AIP installation folder a popup message will be displayed informing you of this (this will not block the installation). Note that this popup will never be shown if you are installing CAST AIP in "standalone" mode without any previous installation of CAST AIP present on the workstation). Click OK to continue the installation process.
On completion, you will be given the choice to launch CAST Server Manager. Click Finish to complete the process:
The Add or remove programs option in Microsoft Windows will show the updated release number for AIP Core:
Step 2 - Check the cast.ms.home property on each AIP Node
On each AIP Node where you have updated AIP Core, open the following file with a text editor:
Save the file if you made any changes.
Step 3 - Restart AIP Node
Restart the AIP Node - re-run the start shortcut or restart the the Windows service.
Step 4 - Check new AIP Core release is registered in AIP Console
Browse to your AIP Console URL
Step 5 - Check schema version using CAST Server Manager (optional)
If you want to check which schemas (and therefore which Applications) will require a schema upgrade, you can do so using CAST Server Manager installed on the AIP Node. Connect to the relevant CAST Storage Service/PostgreSQL instance and you should see all schemas that need an update in the Combined installation (out-of-date) section: