How do you install the beta release to test?
I’d say make an installation with the
or go to beta.erpnext.com (seems not to exist any longer)
Yes i tried installing develop but i got v12 instead of v13. requested for help on how to install v13 but no one responded so i gave up.
seems there is a version-13-beta branch. So you’d use that branch I guess.
I figured as much. But for non-developers like me who would want to test to give the everyday user perspectives, there’s really no guide on how to install develop branch. Me thinks that’s why there’s a lot of issues whenever there’s a new version or update release as not all use cases are considered.
Releasing V13 in beta helps in this regard but it should come with install instructions so non-developers can also test and offer divergent user experience perspectives. It will ensure a more stable final release.
there was a comment by @michelle a while ago that multi-currency expense claim was going to be part of version-13. It isn’t mentioned here, so I was wondering whether that still in the works and will actually go into version-13 or whether that effort was cancelled?
I think all tutorials for installation tackle the issue of choosing a certain branch.
That does not help with the problem of installation being not an easy task and often failing since quite a while though. maintaining the beta.erpnext.com instance would be a nice thing to have.
you can also create an instance of V13 on the the https://frappe.cloud platform. That would come with costs though (even though they offer some sort of credits for new account owners I believe.
If docker and docker-compose is installed, use tag v13-beta.
git clone https://github.com/frappe/frappe_docker.git cd frappe_docker cp env-example .env sed -i -e "s/edge/v13-beta/g" .env docker-compose --project-name frappebench00 -f installation/docker-compose-common.yml -f installation/docker-compose-erpnext.yml -f installation/erpnext-publish.yml up -d sleep 15 docker run -it -e "SITE_NAME=v13beta.localhost" -e "INSTALL_APPS=erpnext" -v frappebench00_sites-vol:/home/frappe/frappe-bench/sites --network frappebench00_default frappe/erpnext-worker:v13-beta new
open in browser http://v13beta.localhost
bench switch-to-branch version-13-beta frappe erpnext --upgrade bench update --patch
I‘ll try that for sure
During login, after switching branch to version-13-beta
Is there a way to contribute to the release notes? I am missing some new features.
Same Issue with me Invalid version string: ‘13.0.0.beta.1’
If you close the error, and refresh the browser, you can access the system. Short term solution.
@glz, @Akram_Mutaher The issue has been fixed with
Please pull the latest commit for both Frappe and ERPNext using
git pull cmd.
Facing this error:
PS C:\Users\user\frappe_docker> docker-compose
At line:2 char:7
--project-name frappebench00 \
Missing expression after unary operator ‘–’.
At line:2 char:7
--project-name frappebench00 \
Unexpected token ‘project-name’ in expression or statement.
+ CategoryInfo : ParserError: ( , ParentContainsErrorRecordException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : MissingExpressionAfterOperator
This is a script that runs daily
Doesn’t seem to fail here Travis CI - Test and Deploy Your Code with Confidence
Check the syntax, command?
C:\Users\user\frappe_docker>. You’re on windows.
You copy pasted bash script into windows terminal
I don’t have windows machine to copy paste same thing into windows terminal and debug this for you.
If I get access to window machine, I’ll try to solve this.
Edit: I made the commands copy paste friendly. If it doesn’t work on windows try replacing forwardslash (/) with backslash (
\) for directory separator. Check how it is in
did you miss last command?
docker run -it -e "SITE_NAME=v13beta.localhost" -e "INSTALL_APPS=erpnext" -v frappebench00_sites-vol:/home/frappe/frappe-bench/sites --network frappebench00_default frappe/erpnext-worker:v13-beta new
I skipped the last command and I saw the “don’t panic” page.
Then I ran the command and saw output with progress bar that creates new site and installs erpnext.
❯ docker run -it -e "SITE_NAME=v13beta.localhost" -e "INSTALL_APPS=erpnext" -v frappebench00_sites-vol:/home/frappe/frappe-bench/sites --network frappebench00_default frappe/erpnext-worker:v13-beta new Created user _0e393b398cde8a24 Created database _0e393b398cde8a24 Granted privileges to user _0e393b398cde8a24 and database _0e393b398cde8a24 Starting database import... Imported from database /home/frappe/frappe-bench/apps/frappe/frappe/database/mariadb/framework_mariadb.sql Installing frappe... Updating DocTypes for frappe : [========================================] Updating country info : [========================================] Installing erpnext... Updating DocTypes for erpnext : [========================================] Updating customizations for Address Updating customizations for Contact *** Scheduler is disabled ***
Then I was able to view app on url
https://github.com/frappe/frappe_docker/blob/develop/tests/docker-test.sh#L69 this test pings new created site for success response. It’s not failing. I am able to create and access site, Test is able to create and ping the site.
I use gnu/linux. Not any time soon I’m going to get access to windows machine. It is just a guess work for me.
Nope i didn’t miss the command. I ran it. But just to be sure i tried to run it again and it says site already exists.