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Upgrading Custom Integration Packs for System Center Orchestrator

Posted on 2014-01-07
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We have a custom made Integration Pack in C# that is used in our Orchestrator environment. I have updated one of the actions, recompiled and then made an OIP file out of it all as version 5.1. The earlier version is version 5.0.

When I import the oip using the Deployment Manager, I then end up with two integration packs, one 5.0 and one 5.1. After that is done I deploy the new Integration Pack and end up with the same thing in the RunBook Designer. if I uninstall both these Integration Packs versions via Deployment Manager, I still have the 5.0 version intact in the Runbook Designer. I will then have to uninstall it via Add/Remove Programs. After doing so and then installing the 5.1 version so that this is the only version that the Runbook Designer can see, other Runbooks that used the 5.0 version report that the action steps from the 5.0 version are unavailable.

How do I upgrade from the 5.0 version to the 5.1 version without ending up with two different installations?
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Found the solution under "Updating an Existing Integration Pack": http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh855852.aspx

One has to use the "Orchestrator Integration Pack Wizard" the correct way as desribed in the article.
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