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move enrichment rule from one system to other in uCMDB 9.05

Hi,

I have created one enrichment rule and now I want to impot it on another uCMDB system of same version but I am getting error,also I am not sure what does below line mean(from UCMDB guide)

 

Export To
XML
Displays a standard Save As dialog box, enabling you to save the Enrichment rule
as an XML script. This option can be used to move an Enrichment rule from one
"workstation to another, provided the related TQL query is also relocated".

 

Please suggest how to move it from one system to another.

 

 

 

 

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hp4u
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Re: move enrichment rule from one system to other in uCMDB 9.05

If you want to move an enrichment rule from one UCMDB instance to another you must use Package Manager for that. And unclude in the package  both the rule itself as well as the corresponding TQL.

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Re: move enrichment rule from one system to other in uCMDB 9.05

Hi,

Here what I have done,created one custome package and tried to upload on other ucmdb server and see the error which i received.

 

 

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hp4u
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Re: move enrichment rule from one system to other in uCMDB 9.05

missed the attachement

Any idea on this.

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hp4u
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