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In order to upgrade your Neuron ESB 2.5 solutions to version 2.6, please follow these steps:

  1. Using Neuron Explorer, open your main solution file.  When you do so, you will be prompted to upgrade your solution for Neuron ESB 2.6.  This upgrade process will not change your solution, but will enable the new 2.6 features.  After upgrading, save your solution and the upgrade will be complete.

  2. If you have configured a database for auditing messages, there are database changes for Neuron ESB 2.6 to better support auditing features such as Message History or Failed Message reporting.  In order to upgrade your database, you must do the following:

    1. Open SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your database server.
    2. Select the database that you are using for auditing.
    3. Open the upgrade script. Normally, this script will be installed at “C:\Program Files\Neudesic\Neuron ESB\Sql\Updates\Update_To_2.6.sql.”
    4. Make sure that the query window is connected to your Neuron database. The active database will be shown in the toolbar in the upper-left corner of the query window.
    5. Execute the script by pressing F5.
  3. If you are referencing any of the Neuron ESB assemblies in your .NET applications or Neuron ESB extensions (adapters, process steps, etc.), you will need to change your assembly references in your Visual Studio projects. The assembly version numbers have changed from 2.5.0.0 to 2.6.0.0, and your projects will need to be recompiled against the newer versions of the assemblies.
  4. If you have installed any Neuron ESB assemblies into the .NET Global Assembly Cache (GAC), or you have installed either the SharePoint or CRM plugins, you must replace the Neuron ESB assemblies in the GAC with the updated assemblies for Neuron ESB 2.6.

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