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Determine the products and corresponding versions on the Orion database

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Updated March 11th, 2016

Overview

This article describes how to determine the versions of each product that was previously used with the Orion database. This may be useful when you suffer complete loss of the Orion Server but have a healthy Orion database.  

Environment

All Orion products

Steps

Open SQL Server Management Studio and check the following functions to display the version for each product. Refer to View User-defined Functions (© 2017 Microsoft, available at https://docs.microsoft.com, obtained on June 2, 2017.)

  • NPM- GetNpmDbVersion
  • IPAM-  IPAM_GetDbVersion
  • SAM- GetApmDbVersion
  • QOE- GetDpiDbVersion
  • NTA- GetNetflowDbVersion
  • WPM- GetSEUMDbVersion
  • Toolset- GetToolsetDbVersion
  • IVIM- GetVimDbVersion
  • VNQM- GetVoipDbVersion

 

Here is an example result:  

The returned value is 13, which is associated with v11.5 as listed above.  

 

Run the following query for NCM to display versions earlier than 7.3 due to the database being integrated with Orion:

--Begin
 Select * FROM WebSettings  WHERE SettingName='NCMDatabaseVersion'
--End

 

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