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Updating legacy solutions

Question asked by barenose on Apr 11, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 13, 2015 by ColinKeefe

I've been using FileMaker since pre version 6, and created a solution that I've been updating all along, incorporating features as they became available. Is there an argument for creating a new solution when there's a significant upgrade? Are there any drawbacks to doing what I've been doing?


Obviously, by upgrading all along, there have been features that broke with a new upgrade, and those broken features / scripts / relationships, et. al. had to be replaced/fixed. Apart from that, have any of you seen any detriment to doing what I've done?




All the best,


JB, The Creative One