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UCMDB Tip: How to migrate DDMI Server Configuration to UD

Here are the steps to migrate DDMI Server configuration to UD:

 

1. Please make sure that the following conditions are met:

         - Data Flow Probe is running

         - DDMI Server DB is running

         - Back up UCMDB database

 

2. Export configurations from DDMI server:

         - Locate the Export tool (DDMIMigrate.pl) on the UCMDB Server in <UCMDB Installation directory>\tools\migration 

         - Copy the script to a directory on the DDMI server, open the Command prompt and run the following command:

             Perl DDMIMigration.pl

 

3. Copy the resulting archive file to the UCMDB Server in:     C:\hp\UCMDB\UCMDBServer\conf\discovery\customer_<customer id>

 

4.  Import the configurations to UD:

         - In JMX interface go to Discovery Manager -> importMigrationDataFromDDMI

         - Enter the following details:

                 customerId

                  isCreateActivity

                  Primary|Secondary Call Home Address

                  probeName

                  configurationzipPackageName

                  overrideGlobalConfig

                  stopWhenConflict

 

5. Enable Migrate DDMI Agent in Infrastructure activity if you want to use UD agent to manage your environment.

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