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I am updating my CopyURI GUI Extension for Tridion 2013 sp1. I use Yoav's suggestions in his 8 steps article to add the XSD files to Visual Studio and validate against them. The SDL Live Content (Login required) contains a nice working example. My question is this - do I need to update my refs to Tridion 2013 in the config? Would it be better? Or, can I keep them as 2011 and it is OK? The changes I discovered are:

 <ext:editorextensions>
         <ext:itemicons />

And also

<settings>
    <dependencies />
    <defaultpage>/Views/Default.aspx</defaultpage>
    <editurls />
    <!--
    <navigatorurl>/Views/Default.aspx</navigatorurl>
    -->
  • I don't understand the question. What references? In general, though, I can say that there is no backwards compatibility for the configuration XML so it needs to always conform to the schema of the Tridion version you have installed. – Peter Kjaer May 7 '14 at 12:50
  • The namespace refs in the Tridion example are from 2009 - I guess that is correct? And, I'm not sure the 2011Extensions.Commands.CopyUri in my config is correct or should be changed – robrtc May 7 '14 at 13:07
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    The namespace hasn't changed, so 2009 is correct. As for your configuration I cannot say without seeing it - but you can always check the CME editor configuration for "inspiration" if you are in doubt :) Very little has changed over the years so I'm not sure you even need to change anything. Do you get errors? – Peter Kjaer May 8 '14 at 9:00
  • No errors, but always curious is I'm doing it the right. :) – robrtc May 9 '14 at 11:25
  • Well I can't really tell. But unless it's listed in the upgrade documentation, you shouldn't have to change anything at all. – Peter Kjaer May 9 '14 at 13:45
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No cosmetic or serious changes are needed when upgrading to Tridion 2013 sp1. The APIs and config files in Tridion continue to be very backwards-compatible friendly :)

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