Upgrade to 9.05
When trying to upgrade from 9.00 to 9.05 it fails to apply.
It stops very early up in the mix.
[get-database-props] log4j:WARN No appenders could be found for logger (com.iconclude.dharma.commons.security.DharmaEncrypterBase).
[get-database-props] log4j:WARN Please initialize the log4j system properly.
D:\Upgrade_9.05\upgrade-utils.xml:13: Could not resolve database driver from database URL: jdbc:hsqldb:hsql://localhost:9001/dharmaDB"
Anyone come across this?
Thanks in advance,
were your OO environment variables set prior to execution?
what does your environment look like (are you running hsql)?
Well the only one mentioned in the documentation was ICONCLUDE_HOME and that was indeed set to C:\Hewlett-Packard\Operations Orchestration
It's a windows 2008 VM with a standard installation, no options changed.
MySQL Database was installed.
You might try to export these -- I use a linux environment for all but RAS... so it may not be of assistance
Also -- the paths may not make sense (unsure what the directory layout looks with central on windows)
Hi there Jarod, HPOO itself is running under the Local System account.
I'm trying the upgrade from an account who is a member of the administrators group.
Strange this is the upgrade.log says [echo] Target version is 9.05
But I know that can't be, this is a fresh install done by me 2 days ago.
Everything about the HPOO instance says 9.00
Sorry it's taken me a couple of days to get back to you.
A couple of things I've figured out. I think this might have something to do with my VM running the trial version.
When installing the trial version you do not get the option of what DB to connect to, instead it uses a HyperSQL DB.
I have the same issue. trying to patch the HPOO trial with hsqldb driver to the latest patch i have 9.05. i need this to test also HP CSA. was there a solution to the problem?
Yes, the solution was not to be running the trial version.
Trial version installs using HyperSQL database and the jdbc drivers cannot be found (by default).
You could try installing the jdbc drivers (or putting them in your classpath) so they can be found. My resolution was to install the full version giving me the ability to specify what database I wanted to use.