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Migrating BMC Atrium Integration Engine data exchanges to Atrium Integrator

Perform the following steps to migrate your existing BMC Atrium Integration Engine data exchanges to Atrium Integrator.

If something goes wrong while migrating the data exchanges, you must delete the newly created jobs and connectors, make necessary changes and migrate again.

Note

Before you edit a data exchange, please make sure that the AIE to AI Migration tool is closed.

To migrate BMC Atrium Integration Engine data exchanges to Atrium Integrator

  1. On the computer on which the Atrium Integrator server is installed, click Start > Programs > BMC Software > Atrium Integrator > AIE to AI Migration Tool to open the AIE to AI Migration Tool, as shown in the following figure.
    AIE to AI Migration Tool
  2. In the AIE Server Details area, specify the details about the server on which BMC Atrium Integration Engine is installed:
    1. In the Server Name field, enter the host name of the BMC Remedy AR System server on which you have installed BMC Atrium Integration Engine.
    2. In the TCP Port field, enter the port that you have configured for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
    3. In the Log on Name field, enter the user name for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
    4. In the Password field, enter the credentials for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
  3. Click Get Exchanges to retrieve the data exchanges from the BMC Atrium Integration Engine instance that you specified in step 2.

    Note

    The data exchanges that are triggered by another data exchange are automatically migrated to the Atrium Integrator server when you migrate the data exchange that triggers the data exchanges.

  4. In the Target Server Details area, specify the details about the Atrium Integrator server to which you want to migrate the data exchanges:
    1. In the Server Name field, enter the host name of the BMC Remedy AR System server on which you have installed the Atrium Integrator server.
    2. In the TCP Port field, enter the port that you have configured for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
    3. In the Log on Name field, enter the user name for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
    4. In the Password field, enter the credentials for the BMC Remedy AR System server.
      Provide the password of Remedy Application Service user.
  5. Click Test Connection to confirm that you can successfully connect to the Atrium Integrator server that you have specified in step 4.
  6. Select the data exchanges that you want to migrate to the Atrium Integrator server.
    • You can edit the path of .csv and .xml file for the flat file or XML type of data exchanges. Double-click the file name displayed in the File Name/Table Name column and make the changes.

      Note

      Do not add extensions for file names.

    • The Migrated column in the AIE to AI Migration Tool displays the migration status of the data exchanges.
  7. Click Migrate to migrate the selected data exchanges to the Atrium Integrator server.
    You can view messages related to the status of the migration process in the AIE to AI Migration Tool window.

    Note

    On the target server in any directory of the repository, if a transformation has a name similar to an existing date exchange (created through Atrium Integrator or migrated from AIE to AI Migration Tool) then the migration status of the transformation is displayed as Yes in the AIE to AI Migration Tool.

  8. (optional) To clear the status messages that are displayed in the AIE to AI Migration Tool, click Clear Messages.
    After the migration process is complete, open the corresponding jobs in BMC Atrium Integrator Spoon and verify that the job definition and settings have been successfully migrated.

    You can identify the migrated jobs as:

    <Source AR system server><Parent job name><datasetID>

    For more information, see Migration of data exchange parameters to Atrium Integrator.

    Note

    If there are Delete only data exchanges in a migrated job then the job is created as a seperate job. Also, To Be Triggered mode is not set for Delete transformations even if the corresponding data exchange was set to To Be Triggered mode in BMC Atrium Integrator Engine. You must rearrange the Delete transformation at sub job level according to the corresponding data exchange in BMC Atrium Integrator Engine.

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