Error Message says I need to update to 18.104.22.168 when I already have 22.214.171.124 installed?
I installed ClassiPress on a site that is part of Word Press network. Meaning after I installed ClassiPress I made it available to the network sites in the supper admin area. Then by going to the dashboard of the sub domain on the network I was able to activate ClassiPress. It works fine. Further, existing users when logged in are able to access the ClassiPress user dashboard meaning no second log-in is required. This is great!
However after the installation I did get the following error message below that looks as if ClassiPress thinks I need to update the version. Yet the version already is the latest version as indicated in the error message. It says something about migrating ads to new categories. Iím concerned about doing nothing, but also concerned if I run the update ClassiPress may try and modify the database. Starting earlier this year after the release of Word Press 3.0 my understanding is the new way of setting up Word Press multi user is called a network that runs off one database. That is why there is no second log-in required. If ClassiPress modifies the database it may effect the other plug-ins running on the network such as Buddy Press.
Any thoughts on what to do about this error message would be appreciated.
Important Notice - ClassiPress Upgrade Required
Your ClassiPress Version: 126.96.36.199
Latest ClassiPress Version: 188.8.131.52
Your database needs to be updated before using this version of ClassiPress. It's important to first back-up your database BEFORE running this upgrade tool. We are not responsible for any lost or corrupt data. We recommend using the WP
-DB plug-in to easily back-up your database. To install it directly from within WordPress, just go to your 'Add New' plugins page and search for 'WP
-DB-Backup'. For more instructions, see this page.
What will this upgrade do?
Since ClassiPress now uses custom post types and taxonomies for ads, we need to move all your ads, ad categories, and copy your tags from 'posts' to 'ads'. See the new 'Ads' menu group in your left-hand sidebar? Yep, that's where we're going to move them.
This script will take any ads NOT assigned to your blog categories (and blog sub-categories) which in your case are: Uncategorized and move them over. If this doesn't look correct or you wish to move ads out of these categories, please do so before running this script. These blog categories are determined by your "Blog Category ID" option on your settings page.
This script will attempt to move your 0 ads, 0 ad categories, and 0 tags under the new 'Ads' menu group.
Only tags assigned to an ad will be moved over so less than the total tags found (0 tags) will likely be moved.
Once you click the update button below, there's no going back. Chances of anything going wrong are slim, and since you've already backed up your database, there's nothing to be worried about.
This may take a while depending on how many ads you have. Please only click the button once.