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DPA server (Endpoint is not available)

Updated September 21, 2017


DPA has been removed from the environment. However, the following is seen on an Orion web display:

Remote SWIS(s) not responding: 
DPA server (Endpoint is not available) » Go to DPA


  • DPA, all supported versions


DPA has been removed from the environment. However, the Orion website thinks that DPA is still there.



Remove the DPA server link from the Orion website:

  1. Go to Settings -> All Settings
  2. Click on Database Performance Analyzer (in Product Specific Settings).
  3. Click Manage DPA Servers.
  4. Click the trash can to remove the link from the Orion website to the DPA server.




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