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I am receiving an error that has me stumped. I am upgrading to the latest version from version 4.7.

I copy all the files (except the ones listed in the upgrade documentation) and then I run the install file and that completes. When the prompt comes up to reinitialize I then get the following error.

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Error Executing Database Query.
Unknown column 'resetpassword' in 'field list'
 
The error occurred in D:\Web\Niko\actionfiles\cfc\security.cfc: line 347
Called from D:\Web\Niko\Application.cfc: line 111
Called from D:\Web\Niko\Application.cfc: line 110
Called from D:\Web\Niko\actionfiles\cfc\security.cfc: line 347
Called from D:\Web\Niko\Application.cfc: line 111
Called from D:\Web\Niko\Application.cfc: line 110

345 :     Where isContributor = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer" value="#arguments.isContributor#" />
346 :     AND isVisitor = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer" value="#arguments.isVisitor#" />
347 :     AND (Disabled = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer" value="0" /> OR Disabled = <cfqueryparam cfsqltype="cf_sql_integer" value="1" />)
348 :     Order By Disabled, FullName
349 :     </cfquery>

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Am I suppose to do something with the database besides just making a backup?

Thanks in advance!!

Tags: Error, Upgrade

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Was there an Install directory in the root directory of the site before you started the upgrade? If so there would be old files in there that are not compatible with the new install scripts. Try removing the install directory,  uploading the 5.5 Install folder again, and then rerun install.

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