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CMS-XML How To: Move projects in Tracker from one Sql Server to another
One , you can copy the projects within Tracker from the old server to the new. Here?s how to do this:
CMS-XML SLM: How do I activate my license for, or move (rehost) my existing license keys to a new license server?
Simply copying the licenses from the old system, or not doing anything after a virtual machine is moved, will render the existing licenses invalid. Without valid licenses the SLM server cannot launch, and as result products trying to use this sever will throw errors like:
CMS-XML Error: #1122 Unable to access Project file/Server Not prepared when logging into Tracker Admin
Customer moved all Tracker programs and data files to a new server . Relative path names stayed the same, only the drive letter changed. When the user next tried to log in into the server using Tracker Admin program, the user encountered an error message indicating that the Tracker Projects file could not be accessed.
CMS-XML TRK: How to redirect a server URL to the Tracker I-Net login page using IIS
<BODY>This page has moved . You will be automatically redirected to its new location in 10 seconds. If you aren't forwarded to the new page, <a href="http://myserver/trackbin/wtms.dll">click here</a>.
CMS-XML TRK: How to move PVCS Metrics definitions from one machine to another.
Install PVCS Tracker to the new server that the file has been moved to, initiate PVCS Metrics, and then specify the location of the bin file when prompted. The latter option would be used if you wish to run PVCS Metrics on the new server .
CMS-XML How To: How to remove the Suspect flag from Tracker Databases on Microsoft SQL Server
No updates can be performed. I have seen this after people have tried the BCP program and the Object Transfer program to move a Tracker database from one SQL Server to another. I have also seen it when a log segment has filled up or a database device is full and a checkpoint record can not be written.
CMS-XML SLM: Certain clients sometimes/consistently cannot connect to the License Server, especially from remote locations
If only a server name is specified, clients try to connect to that server by scanning for an SLM instance in the port range 27000-27009, waiting up to 100ms for a response on each port. If no response is received within that time, the next port is probed. Should a delayed response from a previously probed port come in after the timeout has expired, that response will get ignored as the SLM client has moved on to try the next port(s).
CMS-XML MLM: How to obtain a license when License Manager has no internet connection.
Continue following Licensing steps. When a key is generated at Step 5, you must move it to the license server machine - either by saving it to a text file that can be accessed from the network or through FTP (allowing you to do a clipboard copy on the server ), or by making a hardcopy print so it can be manually entered. Enter or paste the key into the box in the Merant License Manager on the license server.
CMS-XML Problem: The Tracker dll's found in your system path are not licensed
Setting a SYSTEM variable to reference the islv.ini or moving it back to the windir on the server would fix this problem. This is noted in section 2.5.x of the Tracker 6.0 readme file.
CMS-XML Problem: User gets "unable to access project database. You may not have database permissions, or the database is missing" error connecting to a Tracker project on Oracle.
This will happen if project databases were moved /copied to an Oracle instance from another instance or the TRKMASTER database/user was deleted and then recreated on this instance . The procedure attached should be performed by a user with strong Oracle knowledge since a SQL script will need to be edited.
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