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    Updating your instance or Jaspersoft version requires three main tasks:

    1. Export your repository.
    2. Update the instance, to accommodate a different instance size and/or to move to a different version of JasperReports Server.
    3. Import your repository into your new instance.

    After the upgrade, you'll have to re-apply any customizations you made to the instance outside of the user interface.

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    You must be logged in as superuser to upgrade.

    To upgrade your instance:

    1. Navigate to Manage > Server Settings.
    2. Click Export in the left column. The Export window appears.

    Export Window

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    3. Name your export data file and select the items to export. Choose Export everything or select specific items.
    4. Click the Export button. You'll see a message that your export succeeded, and your file will be saved to your default download location.

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    If you are using a yearly subscription, you cannot run two instances on the same subscription. You will need to stop the current instance before creating the new one. In AWS, go to EC2 Dashboard > Instances > Instances to stop the instance.

    5. Create a new instance that uses the latest version of the Jaspersoft for AWS AMI.

    For instructions on creating an instance, see Creating a JasperReports Server Instance from a Jaspersoft CloudFormation Template or Creating a JasperReports Server Instance from the EC2 Console.

    6. Log into your new instance as superuser.
    7. Navigate to Manage > Server Settings.
    8. Click Import in the left column. The Import window appears.

    Import Window

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    9. Click the Choose File button, and select the file you exported in Step 4.
    10. Select your import options.
    11. Click the Import button. You'll see a message telling you your import succeeded.
    12. If you've customized your instance outside of the user interface, re-apply your changes now.


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