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- Upgrade tasks on the development environment
- Step 1: Duplicate the production environment
- Step 2: Upgrade server and client
- Step 3: Perform preparatory tasks
- Step 4: Load the applications upgrade files
- Step 5: Run the Upgrade Utility
- Step 6: View the upgrade results
- Step 7: Manage the upgrade result data
- Step 8: Resolve exceptions
- Step 9: Resolve conflicts
- Step 10: Perform additional manual tasks
- Step 11: Migrate Process Designer data
- Step 12: Return the system to normal operation
- Step 13: Test the development environment
- Step 14: Back up the system
- Step 15: Build a custom upgrade
Step12: Return the system to normal operation
After the upgrade, the system may exhibit abnormal behavior until you return it to its normal operating environment.
Note All upgrade-related files should be removed from the system after successful completion of the upgrade. For information on removing these files, see Step 10: Perform additional manual tasks.
To return to a normal operating environment, follow these steps:
- Log out.
- Stop the server.
- Remove the comments from the system.start entry from the sm.cfg file.
- Restore all the parameters that you updated in sm.ini and sm.cfg to their original state.
- Add all parameters that are documented as necessary for your upgraded system to run properly.
- Start the Service Manager server.
- Log on.
- Wait for the background processes to start up.
Note Service Manager does not recompile indexes in your RDBMS. If your RDBMS is not configured to recompile indexes automatically after index changes, you must recompile your indexes manually.