Version upgrade is a simple procedure which is assisted by Bizagi.
This procedure should always be carried out first by upgrading the development environment using Bizagi Studio.
Refer to Bizagi Studio chapter for doubts related to upgrading the development environment.
In a test or production environment and for projects running in a .NET platform, carry out the upgrade by upgrading Bizagi Engine, and then using Bizagi Management Console.
In a test or production environment and for projects running in a JEE platform, carry out the upgrade by upgrading Bizagi Engine for JEE.
Then, upgrade the version of your project by following the steps as detailed in the link below.
Bizagi versions are presented as described:
Minor and major versions
Whenever a new version is available, by opening Bizagi Studio you will be prompted about the new release.
Note that there are minor and major version releases.
Even though the procedure to upgrade Bizagi is really similar for minor and major releases, we will describe in the chapters below each scenario separately.
•Minor version upgrades:
Upgrading to a minor version means that your Bizagi project will keep running under the same major version (the first digit of the version remains the same).
For example, a minor version upgrade happens when upgrading from a specific Bizagi 10.x version to the latest Bizagi 10.x version (i.e, from Bizagi 10.1 to Bizagi 10.3).
For more information, refer to Minor version upgrade.
•Major version upgrades:
Upgrading to a major version means that your Bizagi project will not keep the same major version as it had before (the first digit indicating the version is increased).
For example, a major version upgrade happens if you have a 9.1.x Bizagi version and you wish to use the newest Bizagi 10.x version (i.e, from Bizagi 9.1.8 to Bizagi version 10.3).
For more information, refer to Major version upgrade.