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We somehow messed up our LAB_PROJECT and are getting errors relating to it. We DO have the old QC11.52 server and it has the Lab_Project database and repository. Can we just "restore" it like we do for other projects and then do a verify/repair/upgrade?
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We just did an in-place upgrade of our QC12.55 to 12.60 and many of our projects upgraded just fine (verify/repair/upgrade). We had a few that need to be restored with the DBID file (they were archived/removed prreviously) but were still in the original database location and repository folder as the...
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Hi, We are getting a "Confidential ALM Passphrase is incorrect" error when trying to restore to the new version we just installed and upgraded our projects to. We didn't migrate the lab project prior to the installation and thus a new version was created and we can't get the correct lab _pro...
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Hello, I was wondering how I can see and access the lab project that is now standard since the release of version ALM 11.52 and later? We don't have the Enterprise/ALM version of the software that presents the Lab Management tab within site Admin where it currently resides? Thanks for the assistance...
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We are migrating to ALM 12.2 and the system is currently in a 'test' mode so we are not taking backups. I 'cleaned' the server about 3 weeks ago to prep for a fresh restore of our ALM 11 projects- and recently found I should not have deleted the 'Lab_Project' as it is part of the Lab Management. Is ...
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We just recently upgraded to ALM11.52. Now we have a LAb Management tab in Site admin and a Lab_Project. What is that all about?
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I was cleaning up some leftover repository folders in our "DEFAULT" domain folder on our server. I must have accidentally deleted the repository folder for LAB_PROJECT because the SA log is loaded with two errors over and over. We have QC11.52 Enterprise and cannot see the Lab Management tab...
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We have QC11.52 and have seen threads in here about doing things with the LAB_PROJECT in the Lab Management tab in Site Admin or clicking on Lab Management from the "QCBIN" page. We don't have that link or tab even though others in EyeOnTesting seem to see it? It it a license level thing?
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We really are not using the Lab Management/Lab Project, but it is throwing lots of errors for us. *Failed to open new session for domain = DEFAULT; project = LAB_PROJECT com.hp.alm.platform.exception.CInvalidProjectRepositoryException Messages: Repository of project 'LAB_PROJECT' in domain 'DEFAULT'...
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