The v6.3 migration is automatic, however, we do recommend that you read the information below before you begin.
Just a reminder that the IP address for http://app.frevvo.com/ is 22.214.171.124. Customers that use firewall white listing for http://app.frevvo.com/ must add this IP address to your white list . This is applicable for outgoing HTTP POSTs to connectors. For example if your forms are posting to the frevvo database connector or any other connector you installed behind your company firewall.
Live Forms Online cloud hosted customers (SaaS) will be automatically upgraded on 2/13/16. The automatic cloud upgrade will be seamless. Cloud customers should quickly review the topics listed below to prepare for the new version of .
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review the instructions in the Upgrade Guide and Supported Platforms before migrating.
It is recommended that you perform a full installation of v6.3 when upgrading.
v6.3 requires a minimum tomcat version of 7.0.65+. The upgraded version of tomcat includes support for Servlet API v3.0. If you are using the tomcat bundle, the upgraded versions are already included.
In-house customers using the httpclient-auth properties for HTTP Authentication to external web services, must ensure the file is present in the frevvo.war, BEFORE you perform the first startup of v6.3. If the httpclient-auth.properties file containing credentials exists, the credentials will be copied into each existing tenant when v6.3 starts up fpr the first time immediately following an upgrade from a previous version. After this, the httpclient-auth.properties file is no longer used and any further changes to it will be ignored. This is a one time upgrade.
in-house (on-premise) customers should be aware that the configuration of the LDAP/Active Directory Security Manager is now done using the Add/Edit Tenant user interface LDAP configuration properties that were previously included in the frevvo.xml file can be managed via these screens. Click here for more information on this topic.
Existing LDAP customers should refer to thefor a quick way to import your current LDAP configuration properties before migrating. You must be upgrading from v6.1+ for this to work.
This was fixed in the v6.3.5 patch. Although it is always recommended to upgrade to the latest version of , if you are upgrading to a v6.3 version that is earlier than v6.3.5, download the custom.js file BEFORE upgrading. If the version you are upgrading to, for example, v6.3.4, shows the problem, you will have to upload an "unscrubbed" version of your custom.js file to resolve the issue.