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Repository Migration Error

Hi All,

we are upgrading from DS 3.x to DS 4.2 SP7.

DS 4.2 SP7 and IPS 4.1 SP7 are installed fresh on a new server. It is on Win 2012 and MS SQL 2008.

During the installation of DS, the dsconfig.txt file of older version was used. The installation was successful. After the installation, the repositories were upgraded in new version using the repo manager. After the upgrade the repo get version shows as 14.2.7

As the next step to migrate the users, objects and repositories to the new server, we have run the DSXI40UpgradeMgr.bat

The admin.xml file was copied to an accessible location.

However the migration step is failing as it is unable to get the version of upgraded repositories. It is still considering the repositories as old version and skipping the migration. Attached is the log file.

Please help.



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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 04:50 AM

    Not sure what went wrong during the upgrade process.

    I hope you have followed the Scenario 3 from the below mentioned wiki written by Julie Oliver

    Scenario 3 - Migrating a Local Repository

    Best Practices for upgrading older Data Integrator or Data Services repositories to Data Services 4.2 - Enterprise Infor…

    Go to Repository Upgrade Manager and send the screenshot of the upgraded version of repository by clicking Get Version


    Arun Sasi

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2016 at 06:21 AM

    Any update

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