Commit 03a8d20a authored by DaveD's avatar DaveD
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function has been removed

parent d836a5ff
......@@ -21,7 +21,6 @@ Within CiviCRM Core code the upgrader classes handle making any necessary databa
* Incremental upgrades are executed in order of versions
* Pre-upgrade message is generated before doing any upgrades by examining the version in the civicrm-version file
* For a given major-version the `php verifyPreDBState()` runs before any changes are made
* For a given minor-version there may be a php function and some SQL code in the `.tpl` file. If there is a php function for the version it will determine when the SQL is run
* For a given minor-version the "Post Upgrade" message is generated immediately after calling the php
......@@ -34,7 +33,6 @@ Each class in the `CRM_Upgrade_Incremental_php` corresponds to a major release o
| Function | Description |
| --- | --- |
| `php public function setPreUpgradeMessage() ` | Called at the beginning of the upgrade process before any changes have been made. This function should generate any notices that site-administrators should see *before* running the upgrade. (This is called several times – once for each incremental upgrade.) |
| `php public function verifyPreDBState() ` | Called immediately before executing a major upgrade (e.g. 4.2.4 => 4.3.0). (This is not called for each incremental upgrade.) |
| `php public function upgrade_X_Y_Z() ` | Perform any changes in a specific queue order for version X.Y.Z. During this function you *MUST* call `php $upgrade->processSQL($rev)`. Without calling this function the X.Y.Z.sql.tpl file will not be executed |
| `php public function setPostUpgradeMessage() ` | Called after each incremental upgrade. Any messages generated by this function will be displayed to site-administrators *after* the upgrade has completed. (This is called several times – once for each incremental upgrade.) |
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