Unregister/Configure Data Store

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03-12-2019 07:15 AM
MartinMaretta3
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Hi all,

I have upgrade our ArcGIS Enterprise solution from 10.6 to 10.6.1

However I have problem with Data Store configuration.

I ran configuration and it failed with Relational Data store.

I unregister it, and tried to run configuration wizard again.

But problem is that Relational Type is still "check", but at begening of wizard I have only TileCashe configured - so Relational should not be "check". So now I have unregister Relational DS and I could not configure new one.

Is there some config file where I can just simply delete that option ? Or some other trick?

Please see picture in attachment where you cen see the difference.

Thanks in advance

Martin  

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DanielCota1
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Hi Martin Maretta‌,

It sounds like while you may have unregistered Data Store from Server, Data Store itself still thinks that it is registered with that Server. To confirm this, you can run the describedatastore command utility and check if there is a value under the "Owning System URL" parameter.

To remove this configuration, you can run the unregisterdatastore command and specify the relational data store. Once this is done, you should be able to have the option to check "Relational" when going through the configuration wizard.

Hope this helps!

-Daniel

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DanielCota1
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Hi Martin Maretta‌,

It sounds like while you may have unregistered Data Store from Server, Data Store itself still thinks that it is registered with that Server. To confirm this, you can run the describedatastore command utility and check if there is a value under the "Owning System URL" parameter.

To remove this configuration, you can run the unregisterdatastore command and specify the relational data store. Once this is done, you should be able to have the option to check "Relational" when going through the configuration wizard.

Hope this helps!

-Daniel

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MartinMaretta3
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Hi Daniel,

thank you. It helps

Martin

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