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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
35%
Installation Wizard into new VRC
42%
Manual into existing VRC
3%
Manual into new VRC
19%
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Old 13th October 2003, 09:15
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Backup / Restore of software components along with PMC data

Dear all,
We have BaaN IV c4 with Service packs till 9. While upgrading to SP9, we had to download individual solutions and lots of their dependencies midway.
Now, I want to take a backup of the application/components. If I take it via session "Export Data Dictionary" (ttiex1280m000), then only the "latest" object which is being patched up in a VRC would get backed up. I also want to backup the history of the objects, something which the PMC keeps track of.
How do I back the application components so that in case of a disaster I restore all the objects and also the PMC data so that PMS installing/uninstalling can still be utilized after restore.

Can data backup/restore of PMC tables do the required thing?

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Old 13th October 2003, 12:30
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File system+000 company + pmc directories

File system backup of PMC directories in the session ttpmc0100m0000 + sequential dump backup of 000 company (which includes PMC) + $BSE Files system backup should suffice.

Export dump backup consists of latest objects as u pointed out and single components may be diffifult to be restored. If the export is based on sessions then all components may not be exported for dyanmically evaluated components.
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Hi Hitesh,
Thanks for the reply.

One more thing, is there any easier way than "Export Data Dictionary" session to backup the s/w components?
Because, it takes only one PVRC at a time.
Moreover, with some PVRCs I get a BW error message 2555 (which means ORA-1555) when I backup and the session terminates.
What is the solution for this?
I searched thru the net and understood that probably the ROLLBACK segments are lesser than required for the task. Is there any other easir way than increaseing the ROLLBACK segments?

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Old 14th October 2003, 09:57
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file system backup

I think file system backup is the answer.
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Old 14th October 2003, 18:25
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Moreover, with some PVRCs I get a BW error message 2555 (which means ORA-1555) when I backup and the session terminates.
What is the solution for this?
I searched thru the net and understood that probably the ROLLBACK segments are lesser than required for the task. Is there any other easir way than increaseing the ROLLBACK segments?
A lot of improvements have been made after SP4 to do commits in between big transactions to avoid that error. You are now on SP9, so I don't expect much more optimizations from the code (unless it's your customized sessions that are still generating problems).
So, you really have to check your rollback segs. and tune them.
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