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Updating from the 2.5.10 release to 2.5.13 is relatively easy.  It only requires an update to the ESB configuration file and installation of the new binaries.  This assumes of course that any existing Neuron Audit databases were updated with the 2.5.10 release. No modifications to the Neuron Audit database were made in this release. To update, perform the following steps:

  1. Uninstall the existing version of Neuron ESB
  2. Install the 2.5.13 release of Neuron ESB
  3. Open the Neuron ESB Explorer.
  4. Open (do select Connect) the existing Neuron ESB configuration file to update. You should receive the following prompt:

 

  1. Press the close button
    NOTE: If you did not see a dialog similar to the one above, confirm the version of the Neuron ESB installed.
  2. Press the Save button on the toolbar of the Neuron ESB Explorer to commit the new changes.

It is now safe to configure the Neuron ESB service to load the updated configuration file.

As with all updates, if you are using the Neuron ESB client API on remote machines, you must update all Neuron assemblies on those remote machines.

If the Neuron ESB Auditing Database was not updated with the previous 2.5.10 release, then it must be with this release.

To update the database, the easiest approach is simply create a new database using either the Neuron ESB Explorer or by manually running the Neuron Audit database create script (CreateNeuronDb.sql) in the Sql directory located at the root of the Neuron ESB installation directory.

If using the Neuron ESB Explorer, use the following steps:

  • Select the Deployment navigation bar
  • Select Resources -> Databases within the navigation pane. This will present the database management screen.
  • Select the New button; enter the database server name as well as a new name for a database (it should NOT already exist). Also enter the deployment group it should be associated with.
  • Select Apply. This should display a prompt requesting to create the database. The following dialog box will be displayed indicating that the database was created.

 

  • Select Save from the Neuron ESB Explorer toolbar to commit the changes.

Once the new database is created, existing data from both the MessageAudit_AllTopics, and MessageAudit_Fail database tables within the old Neuron Audit database can be imported into their respective tables within the newly created Neuron Audit database by using the data export tool that ships with SQL Server 2005/2008

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