# Migrate to v1.0.0-beta.9.x
This is a big update on top of the previous versions, but the migration is mainly automated. Since the architecture and database schema changes dramatically, you should first back-up your database before continuing.
Create a back-up of your database before continuing
# How to migrate
🔥 Breaking change: This version is built with Node v12.17.0 so make sure you don't use an older version when setting up the project.
If you used the
create-chartbrew-app (opens new window) CLI tool:
cd yourChartbrewApp/ npx create-chartbrew-app update
If you cloned the repository (opens new window) do the following:
# checkout the new release tag (this really depends on your setup) # It is recommended you merge the new release tag into one of your branches # You might need to fix any merge conflicts that arise cd yourChartbrewApp/ npm run setup cd server/ npm run db:migration
That's pretty much it. Your existing charts and connections should work as normal, but you will notice a brand new chart builder interface.
# Architectural changes
The following section is just informational - no action required.
# Models changes
ApiRequest has become
DataRequest. A new
DataRequest object will be created for every
Dataset that is trying to get data from somewhere.
All the pagination related fields (
limit, etc) have been moved from
Dataset. Now each
Dataset will be associated with a
# Controllers changes
Lots of improvements here, but the most important one is the
ChartController now having a chart update method that compiles data from all the
DatasetControllers which in turn have an obvious
# Routes changes
/apiRequest route is no more and in turn is replaced by
/dataRequest. The full path is:
New endpoint for
Dataset can now be accessed at
Dataset model has a new route, the access control module was updated to restrict unwanted access to this data. Owners, admins and editors have all the access (
delete) and members have only