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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-03-19T16:28:01Z by Ducatiman
Ducatiman
Ducatiman
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Pinned topic Determining if FIXPAK applied

‏2013-03-14T23:10:00Z |
Hey there,
installed Optim 9.1 (dist.) and applied FIXPAK 2.
Is ther a way to determine if the fixpak was applied successfully or not?

About Optim says:
Version 9.1.0
Build: 4225

The reason being is that we are trying to connect to SQL Server 2012 and there is no option when creating the DBALIAS.

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Updated on 2013-03-19T16:28:01Z at 2013-03-19T16:28:01Z by Ducatiman
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    304 Posts

    Re: Determining if FIXPAK applied

    ‏2013-03-14T23:28:38Z  
    D:

    Hope things are well. Unfortunately as it stands right now the only way to see if there is a fixpack applied is to look at the
    environment information that is traced out in our Optim traces (PR0TOOL, PR0CNFG, etc). I am surprised that you are not seeing a
    entry in the config that looks as follows:

    "2008, 2012(toleration)"

    There may be a way for you to get around the problem for now if this does not show up .... there is a registry entry as follows
    that you can use:

    IgnoreDBMSVerCheck 'D'

    I will take a look on our sandboxes and see what is going on ....

    Best regards,
    Kevin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    304 Posts

    Re: Determining if FIXPAK applied

    ‏2013-03-15T18:15:27Z  
    D:

    Just an FYI, I ran a test with FP02 applied this afternoon and found that the config program does include (in the drop down) toleration
    support for SQL Server(2012). One thing that I failed to note you on last night is the fact that for us to cut the trace records that
    indicate that we have a Fixpack applied, you do need to copy the RTBuild_FP01 and RTBuild_FP02 header records from the FixPack into the RT\bin directory.
    I hope this helps answer your questions ...

    Best regards,
    Kevin
  • Ducatiman
    Ducatiman
    58 Posts

    Re: Determining if FIXPAK applied

    ‏2013-03-19T16:28:01Z  
    Thanks Kevin, great info.

    I applied FP2 and have successfully connected to SQL Server 2012.

    Cheers