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Administrative screens and processing functions of the Update Manager module.
This allows site administrators with the 'administer software updates' permission to either upgrade existing projects, or download and install new ones, so long as the killswitch setting ('allow_authorize_operations') is still TRUE.
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The first step is a selection form where the user is presented with a table of installed projects that are missing newer releases.
The user selects which projects they wish to update, and presses the "Download updates" button to continue.
This sets up a batch to fetch all the selected releases, and redirects to admin/update/download to display the batch progress bar as it runs.
Each batch operation is responsible for downloading a single file, extracting the archive, and verifying the contents.
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It has been about a month since I started an exercise to upgrade to migrate from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8 using the migration tools provided in Drupal.
In the time since my last post on the subject, I have been concentrating on updating the look and feel of the theme.
If everything is * successful, the user is redirected to to type in file transfer * credentials and authorize the installation to proceed with elevated * privileges, such that the extracted files can be copied out of the temporary * location and into the live web root.