How can Vision files be upgraded from version 4 to version 5?
Rebuild the files using the vutil utility (vutil32 on Windows) version 6.0.0 or later, e.g.:
vutil32 -rebuild -5 [filename]
where [filename] is replaced with the name of the file to be rebuild. They -5 lets vutil know the rebuilt file should be a Vision 5 file.
If there are any questions on which versions of Vision vutil supports simply type "vutil" or "vutil32" and the output will look like the following:
vutil -info [-kpxq] [files]
-check [-afkqx] [files]
-zero [-q] [files]
-rebuild [-acdlt2345q] [-bfgkp #] [ ce] [--slow] [files]
-gen [-2345q] [filelist directory]
-size [-nq] [files]
-extract [-xq] [-kn #] [-v keyvalue] file
-load [-(b|d|t)lnrvqx] source-file dest-file
-unload [-(b|t)vq] source-file dest-file
-deleted [-(b|t)vq] source-file dest-file
-convert [-acd2345q] [-f #] [ c] [files]
-tree [-q] file
-augment [-q] new-max [files]
-fixvers [-q] [files]
-note [-q] comment [files]
on the "-rebuild", "-gen" and "-convert" lines the options 2, 3, 4 and 5 are seen. These equate to the versions of Vision that the version of vutil being used can work with.