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QC 9.1 repository migration from DB to filesystem

Hi,

 

Can you please point me to documentation to move a QC 9.1 project repository from the DB to filesystem.

I am about to perform an upgrade to QC 9.2 and then another upgrade to QC 11.

 

Thanks,

 

Leon 

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To further my message, is there a particular patch for QC9.1 that I need to be on in order to successfully migrate the repository from the DB to the filesystem via the siteadmin.

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No, you are on the correct path.  There is not a specific patch that will make the process easier or streamline it.

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Cadet 1st Class

If you don't see option in Site Admin to migrate repository from DB to file system, then it confirms that you don't have the QC 9.2 patch which enables that feature from siteadmin. Assuming you do not currently have that option to migrate repository, my recommendation would be to install the latest QC 9.2 patch first which would enable the repository migration from DB to FS. Then, do the repository migration and upgrade to QC 11.

 

Refer to http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1007069

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