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It is not possible to migrate from X-FORCE 5.0 or 5.1 to X-FORCE 5.2.
If you did it, it would be a waste of time, effort and money – at best you’ll end up with a functioning version 5.2, and at worst, you could break it.
The linked to forum thread says it a broken serial number checker. You can’t just enter a serno that doesn’t check out. You need to ask the vendor to fix it.

Speculating on the next Django project’s ‘right way’ can be tricky at best.

We’re released our third project recently, Redirect User to Test Page, which features two kinds of failure.

First, it’s a redirect response with a fixed path, such as /foo/bar/baz/ to /foo/bar/fail/.

Second, it redirects to a different location on failure, such as /foo/bar/fail, which is different to the original redirect.

They’re simple.

Catching the first kind of failure, and walking away is simple too.

The second kind of failure is slightly trickier. It handles the failure to return a redirect response.

This has more room for error, and I think any resource building a server side application should carefully consider how this can be done correctly, if at all.

This is a gift of the testing world, not only because your testing is likely to have a dependence on the response type, but also because it’s difficult to test “real world” effects.

For example, what if the route does not exist?

What if a redirect is being sent with no parameters?

What if a parameter isn’t supplied, but the route is wrong?

What if two parameters are supplied, but the route is wrong?

What if the parameter is wrong?

What if the parameter isn’t supplied, but the route is correct?

What if the request was sent successfully?

The last case is most important and unexpected: what happens if the request is sent with no parameters?

Let’s say the version of the resource we’re testing, version 1, doesn’t support two parameters and version 2 can handle two parameters.