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Running a Parameter Migration Script

This task provides information about running a parameter migration script created as a result of an execution of the cfgmerge utility. Run the parameter migration script using the following procedure and the Server Manager command-line interface program (srvrmgr). For background information about the Server Manager command-line interface, see Siebel System Administration Guide.

This task is a step in Process of Migrating Parameters Between Environments.

Make sure to review and edit the migration script before running. For information about this task, see Reviewing and Editing a Parameter Migration Script.

NOTE:  It is recommended to run the parameter migration script at times of low usage of the Siebel applications.

To run the parameter migration script

  1. Copy and save the reviewed and edited migration script in an accessible location for the Server Manager command-line interface program (srvrmgr) accessing the target environment, that is, the environment receiving the parameter update.
  2. Log in to the srvrmgr program and set the program at either the enterprise or Siebel Server level, depending on whether the migration script updates enterprise or Siebel Server parameters.

    For more information about these srvrmgr commands, see Using the Siebel Server Manager Command-Line Interface.

    NOTE:  Make sure that the server components planned for parameter updates are enabled on the appropriate Siebel Server.

  3. Run the migration script using the read command at the srvrmgr command prompt, which inputs commands from the script to the srvrmgr program.

    For example:

    srvrmgr> read Migration_Parameter_Script.cmd

    NOTE:  You can also run the migration script when logging into the srvrmgr program by using the /i or -i flag and specifying the input file name along with the other login parameters.

  4. Verify that the parameters have successfully updated in the target environment.

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