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    Quality Center 10.0 Installation (9.2 Upgrade)

    We are installing Quality Center 10.0 on a new virtual server. We have chosen to upgrade a copy of the existing 9.2 schema during the install. The Install appears to go correctly until the new schema is being configured.

    1) The new qcsiteadmin_db has been created on the SQL server (called qcsiteadmin_db10)
    2) Error message reads: "Failed to fetch repository path from old SA schema qcsiteadmin_db"

    Has anyone come across this problem?

    Thanks,
    Gary
    Gary Hopson
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    Lorillard Tobacco Company
    Greensboro, NC

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    Re: Quality Center 10.0 Installation (9.2 Upgrade)

    What database are you using? SQL or Oracle?

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    Re: Quality Center 10.0 Installation (9.2 Upgrade)

    I'm having the same problem upgrading from 9.0 to 9.2. Did you ever get this resolved?

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    Re: Quality Center 10.0 Installation (9.2 Upgrade)

    Hello Donna,

    1. did you copy the filesystem repository from the old server to the new on ?

    2. when you installed QC 9.2, did you register a filesystem repository path different from the one used in QC 9.0 ?

    According to me, the error message reported by Gary is not linked to a bad installation of Quality Center, but to a bad declaration of the filesystem repository.

    Best Regards,

    Michael.

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    Re: Quality Center 10.0 Installation (9.2 Upgrade)

    Yes, as Carl says,
    you have copy the filesystem repository from the old server to the new before you install QC 10 when you use an existing qcsiteadmin_db for the installation. In QCsiteadmin there are informations about the projects and their paths. If this structure isn't existing on the target machine you will get such an error message.

 

 

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