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Invalid column SNMPV3Username error when upgrading

Updated: August 25, 2016

Overview

During upgrade to latest versions of the Orion applications, such as NCM 7.5, wizard gives error for Invalid column:

SNMPV3Username
Invalid column name SNMPV3AuthKey
Invalid column name SNMPV3PrivKey
Invalid column name SNMPV3AuthMethod
Invalid column name SNMPV3PrivMethod

Environment

  • NCM version 7.5

 

Cause 

 

Issue is caused by an old upgrade SQL packs in C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\Packaging\Active\Database\Prepared.

Resolution

  1. Check C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\Packaging\Active\Database\Prepared and look if there are old versions of SQLpack files.
  2. Remove the old files and re-run the configuration wizard to see if the error is still thrown or if it now completes.

 

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