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(UCMDB Support Tip) - Installation of CP26 on UCMDB 10.33 failed

When deploying ContentPack 26 over UCMDB 10.33, one can see in the mam.packaging.log file the following lines being logged:


The following package(s) will not be deployed due to version incompatibility: CMKpiAdapter.zip, UIDecoration.zip, CMPolicyAdapter.zip, *************************************************************************************************************

or if the deployment is done from the UCMDB jmx-console:

 ******** Errors in package CMKpiAdapter.zip, [105004] Unsupported CMDB version. : ********

 ******** Errors in package CMPolicyAdapter.zip, [105004] Unsupported CMDB version. : ******

 ******** Errors in package  hidden UIDecoration.zip, [105004] Unsupported CMDB version. : ********


Please note this is actually not an error, and the message from the jmx-console is misleading. Checking the descriptor.xml file from the UIDecoration.zip package in the CP26 zip archive, one can see that the minimal UCMDB version of which this package should be deployed is 10.40. Similarly, checking the descriptor.xml from the CMKpiAdapter.zip and CMPolicyAdapter.zip archives, one can see that the maximal UCMDB version on which they are to be deployed is 10.22. So, those 3 packages from Content Pack 26 are not meant to be deployed on top of UCMDB 10.33, and this message can simply be ignored.


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