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How to import the agile plm database
How to import the agile plm database
How to import the agile plm database
How to import the agile plm database
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How to import the agile plm database

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Need to move content between your Agile PLM environments? If only configuration needs to be moved, then Agile Configuration Propogation (ACP) tool should be the tool of choice. For configuration and …

Need to move content between your Agile PLM environments? If only configuration needs to be moved, then Agile Configuration Propogation (ACP) tool should be the tool of choice. For configuration and data, Agile PLM provides scripts to import and export dump files through a regular imp/exp commands and the data pump. This blog will provide information on using the agile9imp command to import the Agile PLM database so that it can be imported into another environment or archived as a backup.

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  • 1. How to Import theAgile PLM Database
  • 2. About Us PLM Mechanic specializes in the technical aspects of Oracle’s Agile PLM solution We offer the following service: – Agile PLM installations and upgrades – Agile PLM maintenance and help desk functions – Agile PLM hosting – Customization PLM Mechanic also has several product offerings
  • 3. IntroductionNeed to move content between your Agile PLMenvironments? If only configuration needs to be moved,then Agile Configuration Propogation (ACP) tool should bethe tool of choice. For configuration and data, Agile PLMprovides scripts to import and export dump files through aregular imp/exp commands and the data pump.This presentation will provide information on using theagile9imp command to import the Agile PLM database sothat it can be imported into another environment orarchived as a backup.
  • 4. Importing the Dump File1. Stop the application server2. Open a console or command window3. Navigate to the Agile PLM database utilities that were installed. 1. Execute: cd %ORACLE_BASE%/admin/<Oracle SID>/create/<agile schema user> 2. Example: cd /oracle/admin/agile9/create/agile4. Verify the settings are correct in the par file 1. Verify the file= property. This is the agile dump file you wish to import!5. Reorganize the database 1. Execute: recreateagile.bat (Windows) or recreateagile.sh (Unix)6. Import the database by executing agile9imp.bat (Windows) or ./agile9imp.sh (Unix) 1. If the command has not been run on Unix before it may need to be set to execute: chmod u+x agile9exp.sh
  • 5. Start and Configure Agile1. Start the application server Log into the JavaClient Set the server locations Navigate to Admin tab | Server Settings | Server Locations2. Set the application URLs 1. Set the Web Server URL to the current host 2. Set the Java Client URL 3. Save your settings3. Set the File Manager URLs 1. Set the File Manager URL 2. Click the “Advanced >>” button and the configuration should update the other fields 3. If the vault location is in a different directory, set the vault location 4. Click the OK button4. Restart Tomcat
  • 6. Additional InformationFor more information, consult the Agile Database Installationguide athttp://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23848_05/otn/pdf/install/E23853_01.pdf
  • 7. Contact Us Web: http://www.plmmechanic.com Blog: http://www.plmmechanic.com/blog Twitter: @PLMMechanic Email: sales@plmmechanic.com Phone: 512-827-2262 Fax: 512-582-2932

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