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mfmesa

Member Since 09 Jun 2004
Offline Last Active Feb 07 2011 08:17 AM
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In Topic: Migrating Glovia 32bit to 64bit Server

03 May 2007 - 06:16 AM

Hi Tan, I'm in the same migration process, was it success ? could you sharing your experience with us ?

If you could a step by step summary, I would appreciate your help.

Thank in advanced. Manuel



Hi

we have migrated NT oracle 7/8 to Win2003 oracle 9 without any problems.

I have not moved 32bit to 64bit

I think the first thing you need to do is to validate your pro-iv install on the new 64 bit kit.
1) Install pro-iv and connect and login as MDC/SYS/SYS ?
2) Can you create a "trial" table in ORACLE and write a trial function to read/write the table.

Once you've proved the above then move on to running your application on the 64 bit kit.

If you are just going to copy your application bootstraps then I'd advise you isout/isarch these files on 32bit. Isin them on 64bit and run ischk afterwards. Then isin the dbase.out over the application bootstraps to replace the "pro-iv" bootstrap functions with their 64bit version.

At this point your application should "hopefully" be OK and you should be able to connect to the application account, your application function may not yet run until you GEN them.
If this fails them maybe export and import of your application from 32bith to 64 is required.

hope this helps

Rgds

George


In Topic: You are not serialized from this SiteID

16 March 2007 - 12:57 PM

Thank, another time Mike, i don't want lose my time in something like this. I supposed must speak with Glovia people in order to optain the needed key's.

Regards. Manuel.

In Topic: You are not serialized from this SiteID

16 March 2007 - 08:08 AM

Thank Mike by the info. I supposed something like this but my boss want investigate about the posibility that hack OUR LEGAL serial number. :-)

Regards. Manuel.