At the time of running servers, Fiorano provides an option to edit various server properties including the amount of memory to be used by the servers and also the executable scripts for setting various user-defined variables. Script migration provides the option to directly move these changes from an old Fiorano installer to the new installer using the utility without having to redo the changes manually.
To migrate script or configuration files from Fiorano 10 or later versions to the new Fiorano installer, follow these steps mentioned in the below sections.
Step 1: Set the required parameters in ScriptMigration.properties file
Before running the utility, perform the following actions:
- Go to the location $FIORANO_HOME/esb/FioranoMigration/bin/ to find the ScriptMigration.properties file.
Open the ScriptMigration.properties file from the location and provide values for the below properties in the file:
Descriptions of the parameters in the Scripts Migration properties file are in the table below.
Path to old Fiorano Installer from which scripts are being migrated.
Provide the installer Build number of the previous installation from which scripts are being migrated
Provide the location of files which needs to be migrated, separated by comma(s) and space.
Step 2: Execute the Migration Script
Open console from the location $FIORANO_HOME/esb/FioranoMigration/bin and execute the following script:
The script files mentioned in the properties file above will be updated with changes done in the old installer.
How does the utility work?
The utility allows a direct copying of various server configurations or executable scripts from the old installation to the new Fiorano version and implements changes in these.
You have to provide the location of the files to be migrated in the ScriptMigration.properties file. The utility will make a copy of these files in the respective location of the new installer and implement the corresponding changes in these files to make them compatible with the new Fiorano version.