URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

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URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

Please some one help me solve this!!

I was using Talend 4.1.2 and switched to 4.2.0M2.
This made my destroyed my project!!! The context are gone, and when I managed to copy an old context folders all the tmap connections were gone too.
PLEASE!!! Someone tell me what I can do to fix this!!! PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

Hello
I can't reproduce the problem on windows xp, try to empty the recycle bin before exporting talend project.
Best regards
Shong
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Talend | Data Agility for Modern Business
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

Hello,

TOS 4.2.0M2 is only for testing, keep your TOS 4.1.2, it's the last GA version
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

hi What do you mean by GA version.
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

GA means "General Availability". It's major release, with no new features, only bugfixes. It's intended to be used in production environments, and is a hence a stable version.
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

if you made a backup of your workspace before upgrading -- Then you can import the jobs from your backup into a 4.1.2 installation. If you didn't make a backup, take this as a lesson Smiley Wink
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Re: URGENT Talend 4.2 destroyed my project

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