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You don't want to call : this(baseSiteManager, baseItemManager) as that would mean you have recursive call to your UserRequestProcessor contructor again and that would mean infinite loop. What you want to do is to call : base(baseSiteManager, baseItemManager) which means "call the base class constructor with parameters (baseSiteManager, baseItemManager)....


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We used Lift and Shift approach. We installed a fresh Sitecore 9.2 instance. We serialized all the content using Unicorn at the Sitecore 8.1 instance (we were already using it for managing Sitecore items in source control), configured Unicorn in new Sitecore 9.2 instance and ran a sync on the new server. This is an alternative approach if the upgrade scripts ...


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I tend to take a more "completist" approach to getting the database upgrade done, like this: Set up a blank version of your starting environment (8.2 for you) and attach your core/master databases. In your case, since you have custom tables in the core db, you might want to back those up and then drop them before the upgrade. I'd also consider just running ...


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