QC12.xx – How can I ”restore” a LAB_PROJECT even though using Enterprise License?
Question ID: 108769

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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Asked on December 18, 2018 5:44 pm
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YES! as a matter of fact you can!
I assume you are using an ''Enterprise'' license since you refer to it as ''QC''.

If using Enterprise license:

First, you need to add the site parameter:

Then you can see the existing LAB_PROJECT in the site projects list/tree (if it exists).
Then you can ''remove'' it and ''restore'' the other one as you usually do with other projects.
You can also do verify/repair/upgrade and ''activate'' as usual.

If using an ALM license:

You can see the ''Lab Management'' tab.
Here you can do remove/restore (careful with restore as you must use the BUTTON from the button bar for that), verify/repair/upgrade and ''activate'' as usual.

Since LAB_PROJECT is really only used with the ALM license, you can remove the site parameter (or set to ''N'') from an Enterprise License instance after it is working again.

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