Our Backward Compatibility Promise
Since we're building on top of Symfony and in an app, Pimcore and Symfony code gets mixed together, it just makes sense that we're adopting the same backward compatibility promise for PHP code.
So for further information how you can ensure that your application won’t break completely when upgrading to a newer version of the same major release branch, please have a look at https://symfony.com/doc/5.2/contributing/code/bc.html
The code for the admin user interface (mostly
AdminBundle but also parts of
EcommerceFrameworkBundle) is not covered by this promise.
Upgrading within Version X
- Carefully read our Upgrade Notes before any update.
- Check your version constraint for
composer.jsonand adapt it if necessary to match with the desired target version.
COMPOSER_MEMORY_LIMIT=-1 composer update
Composer update runs Pimcore migrations automatically.
If you do not want to run Pimcore migrations automatically please remove
"Pimcore\\Composer::executeMigrationsUp" from the
post-update-cmd scripts in your
To run core migrations manually (e.g. when using composer install),
bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate --prefix=Pimcore\\Bundle\\CoreBundle