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6.5 Upgrade

6.5 Upgrade

6.5 Upgrade

I know virutally nothing about Goldmine.

I have a client on 6.5 and we are looking at a server replacement.

This is only a 3 user office.

At first I was going to replace their Windows 2000 file server with a NAS drive since it seemed the only thing they really needed was a file server.

I checked and found that Goldmine 6.5 is discontinued and that the new version is SQL.

So my question is what do I need to be able to upgrade to the new version of Goldmine in the future.  Do I have to have SQL server?

RE: 6.5 Upgrade

Dear Paul

When you purchase the upgrade to GoldMine Corporate or Premium (I would recommend Premium) SQL Server is included in the cost of the licences.

I would recommend you contact your local GoldMine partner for more advice on upgrading to the latest version.

Hope this helps.

Andrea Ingham
Prior Analytics Ltd (UK)

RE: 6.5 Upgrade

I would strongly recommend that you contact a GoldMine Partner. An upgrade from GoldMine 6.5 to GoldMine Premium is not a straight shot. You must upgrade to GoldMine 6.70.70226 prior to your upgrade to GoldMine Premium. Your GoldMine Partner is the only one that can help you through this upgrade path.

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