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I am trying to update an install from CiviCRM version 4.4.5 to the current version.

I was unable to because the WordPress site was using PHP 5.6.

So I installed CiviCRM 4.7.31, and then updated the server to PHP 7.0.

Now when I click the CiviCRM menu link in the dashboard, I get this:

DB Error: constraint violation

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Aaron welcome to stack exchange, Can you logout and login again? If its a new install than you contact id might have not set properly in session.

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  • I have tried that. No progress. Thanks for the idea though. – Aaron DeVandry Feb 12 at 0:46
  • can you check civicrm error log to find more details of db error? – Pradeep Nayak Feb 12 at 0:47

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