If you come across the problem below, please download the GP Power Tools Build 20 hotfix 2 which is now available from the Mekorma website.
When using the Configuration Export/Import window to import a configuration settings file created with the Support Debugging Tool into GP Power Tools, it will say that there is nothing to import.
This issue was caused by the changes to make GP Power Tools work with SQL tables rather than with temporary tables written to a Debugger.xml file. It happened because the table names written into the configurations settings file was incorrectly changed so that they had a _TEMP suffix.
This hotfix now uses the correct table names when exporting and can read both sets of table names when importing, so it will be able to handle both the correct and incorrect formats.
If you already have GP Power Tools installed, please download this latest hotfix build and install it over the top of your existing instance.
This build can be identified by the Last Modified: 03-Sep-2015 date on the About GP Power Tools window. The installer versions (shown in file properties and under Control Panel >> Programs and Features once installed) are 11.00.0020.5, 12.00.0020.5 and 14.00.0020.5.
Below is a summary of the changes made for releases 11.00.0020, 12.00.0020 and 14.00.0020 hotfix 2 (Last Modified: 03-Sep-2015):
- Fixed issue with incorrect table names for Configuration Export/Import causing imports to fail.
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This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.