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I am looking for the script to create a DB on a SQL 2008 in prep for a vCOPS 5.72 install. but I cannot access it on the VMWARE website does anyone have this?


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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi,

You should this inside the installation folder.

Never check this for vCOPS, but exist for vCO, vCloud, vCenter, so should also exist for vCOPS.

Should be a folder called dbschema and script like DB_Schema_creating(something like this)

Hope this can help

Jail
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Hi

file has been uploaded.

Jail
vcops-sqlserver-10.sql
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