- Article Type: General
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 20
New installs of Aleph 20 client show Version 19.01 in the client title bar.
I installed the Aleph 20 client from the gui500.exe provided on the server. Version 20.2, no service packs. From there, I used the built-in upgrade process to upgrade my version 19 customizations into version 20.
I then packaged a version 20 client for distribution to the rest of our staff. I put the new verutil.exe into this distribution.
I installed the 20.2 SP 1 on the server.
Now, staff install the version 20 client. Immediately it runs version check and gets new exe files. Then when staff login, the title bar says this:
ALEPH Acquisitions/Serials - Version 19.01 Library ABC50 - ABC Administrative (ABC50) Server: r1.abc.edu (20.01) User: username
My original client, after running the service pack version check, still says Version 20.01.
I've looked at one of these new installations. It is version 20. I can see things on the screen that are not part of the version 19 client. And Help->About says 20.2.1 (3260) for both GUI Version and Server Version.
Any idea why the window title bar shows 19.01, and how I can fix that?
As described in KB 16384-24898, the version# you see in the blue title bar comes from the pc’s alephcom.ini "Version=" parameter.
[From site:] I had neglected to do 2 things in packaging the client:
1. clean c:\al500 of.sav files (the alephcom.ini with 19.01 was in xxx_tab\alephcom.ini.sav)
2. copy the recently customized ini files into the xxx folders
I think I'm done here.
- Article last edited: 10/8/2013