Hello all and thank you in advance for any input into my problem.
We currently have QC 9.0 working properly with a SQL Database on one a Win2k3 server, and QC 9.0 installed on a Linux RedHat machine.
I installed 9.2 on a new Linux server, and pointed it at the 9.0 Database. When trying to update the old Project to work with 9.2, I continually get an error message:
Failed to Upgrade Project;
Failed to upgrade Quality Center project;
Repository of Empty Project does not exist : /opt/Mercury/QualityCenter/jboss/bin/C:\Program Files\Mercury\Quality Center\repository/sa/DomsInfo/TEMPLATES/Empty_DB;
It's an interesting error to me because of where it is looking. Why is it looking at a Linux directory with a windows directory after it (and then seems to switch back to a Linux directory based on the switch back from \ to /).
Has anyone else had issues, or know how to resolve this issue when going to a fresh install of QC 9.2?
I too am having problems doing a Migration and upgrade of our existing 9.0 to 9.2. Using Win2k3 Std for QC Server and Win2000 for MSSQL Server. I too get an error when performing my upgrade. I'm currently working with Mercury (in india via email) in order to resolve this problem. Although I'm getting a different error the same action is failing.
I'm guessing you've resolved this issue. If so do you have any tips on the process best applied to move and upgrade the projects? As I do have doubts about the competancy of Mercury sometimes...
We had to completely start from scratch, and that was with an engineer from HP onsite to help us. 9.2 uses a completely new schema. We had to upgrade the schema of our existing database and attemp to migrate the projects to the new database. The other issue we had was some of the projects had their repository on the database and you can't move them to an environment in which you use the file system for the object repository. We are running on Oracle with Win2k3 servers in clustered mode. 9.2 has been nothing but a huge hassle so far. It looks as if 9.2 is looking for a file system repository object that wasn't there when you created the project in 9.0. Another trick we came up with was to add the following parameter in site config:
SHOW_REPOSITORY_OVER_DB = Y
This allowed us to export projects as a .qcp file and create new project from this exported project file. I don't know if that will help you, and I feel your pain...