Migrate 10g RPD to 11g using command prompt

When you try to open a 10G RPD using 11G Admin Tool will see the following message, Saying you to upgrade the RPD using upgrade utility. Below is the process to upgrade the RPD.

Run bi-init.cmd (or bi-init.sh on UNIX) to launch a command prompt or shell window that is initialized to your Oracle instance. You can find this utility in:


    Run obieerpdmigrateutil from the resulting shell window with the desired options, as follows:

    obieerpdmigrateutil -I input_repository_path -O output_repository_path -L ldif_output_path -U 10g_administrator_username

    input_repository_path is the name and location of the RPD you want to upgrade and encrypt.
    output_repository_path is the name and location of the upgraded and encrypted RPD. This value can be the same as the input repository path.
    ldif_output_path is the path of the LDIF output file generated by the utility. It contains the users and groups from the old RPD for importing into your LDAP Identity Store.
    10g_administrator_username is the Administrator user name for the repository in the previous release.
    For example:
    obieerpdmigrateutil -I C:\mud_dir\my_repos.001 -O C:\upgr\my_repos.001 -L C:\upgr\ldif\my_ldif.ldif -U Administrator

    When prompted, enter the 10g administrator password and a new repository encryption password. Do not forget the repository password, because you cannot open the repository without it. To avoid errors, use the same repository password for all repository files in your MUD environment.

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