I was almost certain I posted this question an hour ago, but cannot now find it. Please excuse if you find it already posted but worded differently.
I have been reading many of the answers to questions about moving from 9.21 to 9.4x codeless.
Given the time required to:
- perform at least 2 different upgrades
- extensive testing needed for upgraded legacy code
- many of our old legacy customizations may be OOTB now
It would almost seem to me that we would be better off Installing a new OOTB Codeless mode installation of SM9.41 and rebuilding all our processes from the ground up. This way, we can be sure that everything we build is able to upgrade when next version of SM9.xx comes out. We have very clean processes and code (brings no trash from legacy implementation and extensive customization)
Can you list the Pros and especially the Cons for doing new Installation and rebuilding from ground up?
Does this typically take more or less time than 'upgrading'from 9.21?