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Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Hello,

does anyone have experience with this task? I tried to find some relevant informations about it but did not suceed.

Anyway, there are dbo.query tables within the DB of ePO 4.5. Is it reasonable to try an import, wether or not several products or OS-Types are not present in the testenvironment (ePO4.6.x)? I`m not expecting severe DB-errors caused by this - these are only querys but due to the migrating scenario this seems to be one way for not creating all querys again.

Nevertheless I hope there are other ways? Please?

Thanks for any advice or hint I might was too blind to see

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Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Just for taking note on this matter I created a new reply.

Statement out of an SR (and for all those who are hoping for a resolution): There is no supported way in exporting all querys in one Task, manipulating the database leads to an unsupported DB. *sigh*

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Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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I wouldn't go down the direct DB export/import as McAfee would probably class your ePO as unsupported as you've manipulated data directly in the database.

Simplest way is to just export the queries from 4.5 to an XML file and import them into 4.6

Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Yes, well, that is the most unwanted solution due to the mass of Querys we have. Maybe I just missed something but I can only export one query at a time and I hope there is another option I do not know at this time?!

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Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Apologies i thought you could just export all queries in one giant XML file like you can in 4.6.

To be honest it's be such a long time since i used 4.5 it's hard to remember what you can and can't do with it.

EDIT: Just to double check. Whats happens when you first click the tick box to select all queries and the try to export? As in 4.6 this exports all selected queries into one XML file.

Message was edited by: Tristan on 05/12/12 13:31:44 GMT

Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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No harm taken and look for yourself

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It's just not usable - only one query at a time *laughs*

Oh...and there is no such Servertask for exporting "all" querys. You can only select one query after another...quite the same work as exporting them one by one

on 05.12.12 08:14:18 CST

Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Don_Martin as it lloks there's no simple way to export all query definitions then why not try to share your queries between servers?

Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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And at this point we were back at the DB Export/ Import I'm afraid...at least I did not found any possibility to share the querys like it is possible for Tasks and policys 😞

Re: Import Querys from ePO 4.5.x to 4.6.x - how?

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Just for taking note on this matter I created a new reply.

Statement out of an SR (and for all those who are hoping for a resolution): There is no supported way in exporting all querys in one Task, manipulating the database leads to an unsupported DB. *sigh*

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