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Field Notice: *Expired* FN - 13473 - Certain Half Hour Tables No Longer Save Historical Data With ICM Version 4.5


Revised October 10, 2006

May 17, 2001

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Products Affected

Product

Comments

ICM version 4.5

No comments.

Problem Description

Historical data reporting was suspended for skill group, agent skill group, and agent tables after upgrading from ICM version 4.1 to ICM version 4.5. The cause was attributed to the missing data recovery logic that was enhanced in ICM version 4.5. This logic is re-enhanced to force automatic recovery during unexpected situations.

Background

Three standard agent reports were not working after upgrade to ICM 4.5 software upgrade.

Problem Symptoms

Half hour skill group and agent skill group data are not populated in the reports database following PG or system restart. ICM reports which use this data would be blank.

Workaround/Solution

Apply hotfix hf44 for ICM release 4.5.0 for resolution, and verify reporting of half hour tables stated above.

Verification can be done by querying the SQL database for the next half hour period after startup. Instructions are presented below:

Stop PG node
Apply Hotfix
Start PG node

For duplex systems, apply hotfix to each side one at a time.

This fix is for Peripheral Gateways: OPC process only. The only file affected is opc.exe.

DDTS

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DDTS

Description

CSCma04838 (registered customers only)

Half_Hour tables no longer save historical data after v4.5 upgrade

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