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BSM 9.30 Upgrade Wizard

We have install gw / DPs on distributed system and now moving ahead with run upgrade wizard utility

First running on DPS upgrade wizard but we are getting confused what should we apply on screen RTSM Orcale Schema Settings while connecting it .

Do we have to apply earlier one which was used in 9.25 or do we create new one??? Also what schema should have to create new and for which schema should have to use which was in 9.25???

 

Plsz susggest asap... 

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What kind of upgrade is it - in-place or staging?

For in-place upgrade you connect to the existing schemas used by BSM 9.25 (those schemas will be upgraded to 9.30, so make sure you have backup copies in case the DB upgrade goes wrong).

For staging upgrade you connect to the copies of the production BSM 9.25 schemas your DBA made and restored on some other (or maybe the same) DB server.

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Hi Dmitry,

We are performing direct upgrade here. Do we have to apply older(9.25) schema details to 9.30 or it will automatically populate.

As we have used 9.25 RTSM schema it move ahead but next screen RTSM HIs schema displays so do we have apply 9.25 schema details or do we have create new one??? Here too had applied older his schema details but failing at last stage...

Plsz suggest.

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In case of direct upgrade you do the upgrade against the actual/existing schemas used by BSM 9.25.

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