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Jump Start upgrade to v1.1.3

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  • #13933
    srumery
    Participant

    I have a site that I am trying to update to v1.1.3 (from v1.1.2) and I don’t see the update option in the admin. My license was recently renewed and I was able to update a site last week but I’m not seeing the option this morning. I have tried pressing the “Activate” button again on the theme license page and I’m still not able to update.

    Are updates temporarily unavailable?

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  • #13935
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Updates should be working. I have verified on my end that everything should be working with our server, and our updates integration works fine with WordPress 3.8.

    Are you going to Appearance > Themes to check for the update? Have you allowed at least 24 hours to pass since the license was activated fro your WordPress admin?

    What site are you activating the license for? — On the license ending in 6d27, which now expires in December 2014, I’m looking at my site log and I do not see any site activations for December. The last activation was for signature-[removed].com on November 25.

    Are you sure you’ve activated it properly from your end? When you go to Appearance > Theme License, do you see the green “active” text like this?

    #13937
    srumery
    Participant

    The theme is activated. There is a green “active” area on the theme license page. I turned on the debugger and I am seeing this error at the top of the /themes.php page: http://screencast.com/t/eLmI3njpFVBT

    It looks like it may be related. It references EDD_SL_Theme_Updater in the middle of the call stack. Is there a chance this is getting in the way of checking for an update?

    #13945
    srumery
    Participant

    I checked the server log this morning and this may reveal a bit more:

    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP Notice:  Undefined index: path in C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\class-http.php on line 809
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP Stack trace:
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   1. {main}() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-admin\themes.php:0
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   2. wp_prepare_themes_for_js() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-admin\themes.php:90
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   3. get_site_transient() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-admin\includes\theme.php:395
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   4. apply_filters() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\option.php:1030
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   5. call_user_func_array() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\plugin.php:199
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   6. EDD_SL_Theme_Updater->theme_update_transient() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\plugin.php:199
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   7. EDD_SL_Theme_Updater->check_for_update() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-content\themes\jumpstart\framework\admin\updates\class-edd-sl-theme-updater.php:76
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   8. wp_remote_post() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-content\themes\jumpstart\framework\admin\updates\class-edd-sl-theme-updater.php:103
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP   9. WP_Http->post() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\http.php:195
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP  10. WP_Http->request() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\class-http.php:291
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP  11. WP_Http->_dispatch_request() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\class-http.php:192
    [30-Dec-2013 10:56:25 UTC] PHP  12. WP_Http_Streams->request() C:\wamp\www\local-dev\wp-includes\class-http.php:266
    #13957
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Apologies, but I don’t know the answer to this. Is this something that is only an issue on your local WAMP setup?

    #13964
    srumery
    Participant

    Production: I checked two production websites that were on v1.1.2 and I wasn’t getting the update notice on either of them. I removed the license and saved the page to clear out the field, then reactivated it again. Once I did that, the upgrade notice appeared and I was able to upgrade. The production sites do not have debugging on so I could not see if the same error was coming up or not but there wasn’t an option to upgrade until I reactivated the theme license.

    Development (WAMP): After reactivating the licence, I was able to update. The error is still there but maybe it is unrelated since reactivating the license enables the update.

    #13966
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    So you got it all figured out then? You just had to reset everything, and now you’ve got it all working?

    #13967
    srumery
    Participant

    Yes, that’s right. I was able to upgrade after reactivating the license. The error (#post-13945) is still coming up even after the upgrade. I don’t know why that is coming up. Would it be related to the renewal? I see two entries in my account for the same license but with different purchase dates. There is also a second license in my account, making for three purchase entries and two unique licenses. Do you think the second license may be tripping it up?

    #13974
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    You get the notifications, right? And then does the update process work? If so, don’t worry about the warnings. 😉

    #13975
    srumery
    Participant

    Yes. We’re good. Thank you for your help with this, Jason.

    Happy New Year!

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