Why are there red exclaimation marks in front of my execution definitions since I upgraded?

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Problem:

Why are there red exclaimation marks in front of my execution definitions since I upgraded?

Resolution:

Execution definitions created with Test Manager 2008 or lower could be assigned to multiple execution servers. With the new dynamic hardware provisioning, introduced in Test Manager 2008 R2, execution definitions are assigned to one physical execution server only.

If you upgrade to SilkCentral Test Manager 2008 R2, all execution definitions that previously had multiple execution servers assigned will be assigned to one of the previously defined execution servers. Modified execution definitions will be marked with an exclamation mark (!) in front of them in the Execution tree.

Additionally, a log file is generated on the application server, listing the exact changes to each of the modified execution definitions. The generated log file (dbupgrade6001.xml) resides on the application server in the Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Borland\SCC35\logfolder. If the application server runs under the system user, the default path is Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Borland\SCC35\log\.



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