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Upgrade Path 9.35 PD2 to 9.5x codeless

Hello,

as per documentation, there is no direct upgrade path, just a manual re implementation. Is this true or did i get it wrong?

If you plan to use smart analytics for the new system, it would make any sense to consider a upgrade instead a new installation? Given the fact, just change management is already in PD , you need to re implement all other modules (SD/IM/PM)

Would it make any sense to go to 9.5x in a first step and later on do the smart analytics ?

Thanks for your thoughts. I would like to challenge my recommandation, which is "just start from OOB" , because from 9.35 PD2 to 9.5x with smart analytics it doesn´t make sense to look for another way

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yes, i did read. This covers a part of my question, but is also a type of misleading in reality. If you upgrade a customized system, you will upgrade the application, but how about the changes? Means, all the old customizations are gone and needs to be manually rebuild from OOB. So what´s the usecase for an upgrade instead an new installation if you start from a old System without PD CPx? Second part was about smart analytics, here it becomes more interesteing. For smart analytics you need to enable "streamlined forms", again, whats the usecase to upgrade if you loose all old customizations through this path?

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