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CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

(OP)
Hi all,

I have a customer with old CCR 8.1, and he want to migrate to the IPOCC by keeping the CCR data (like statistics and reports), is it possible to restore CCR data to the IPOCC ?

Thank you in advance

RE: CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

No.

Well, in theory yes but it would cost them a fortune.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

(OP)
ok thanks, I understand, so what I can suggest them, to keep the old CCR runing (with no connection to the IPO) after migrating to the IPOCC, and use it only if they search for report before upgrade date...

RE: CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

If they really want the old statistics then yes, unless they know what would be useful and can take the reports now so you could at least turn off the server.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: CCR reports to IPOCC, possible ??

(OP)
thank you Janni78

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