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Installing or Upgrading Mule Management Console 3.4.2

Enterprise

MMC Version 3.4.2 and Later

Overview

MuleSoft has released MMC 3.4.2, it is available as a .war file for deploying to a Web application server.

There are currently two different .war files available:

  • mmc-console-3.4.2.war

  • mmc-console-sqlserver-3.4.2.war

The file mmc-console-3.4.2.war allows you to persist MMC environment and transaction data on MMC’s internal databases (the default) or on any supported external database except MS-SQL Server.

The file mmc-console-sqlserver-3.4.2.war allows you to persist MMC environment and transaction data on MMC’s internal databases (the default) or on any supported external database including MS-SQL Server.

Please carefully read this page to determine the correct version that you need to download and configure.

The tables below will help you pick the .war file you need to download for your particular case.

Capabilities of the 3.4.2 .war files

File Persist to internal MMC databases (default configuration) Persist data to external databases other than MS-SQL Server Persist data to MS-SQL Server

mmc-console-3.4.2.war

X

X

-

mmc-console-sqlserver-3.4.2.war

X

X

X

The supported external databases are:

Determining Which 3.4.2 .war File to Download

The table below lists possible use scenarios for migrating to or installing MMC 3.4.2, and which .war file to download in each case.

User File to download Additional steps

New users not using an external database to persist MMC data

mmc-console-3.4.2.war

-

New users persisting MMC data on external databases other than MS-SQL Server

mmc-console-3.4.2.war

-

New users persisting MMC data on MS-SQL Server

mmc-console-sqlserver-3.4.2.war

-

Existing users not using MS-SQL Server

mmc-console-3.4.2.war

Existing users using MS-SQL Server (patched 3.4.1 MMC)

mmc-console-sqlserver-3.4.2.war

Migrating Data from Older Versions of MMC

To successfully upgrade to MMC 3.4.2 from an older version, you will need to migrate data from your old MMC installation in the following scenarios:

  • If the old version of MMC uses LDAP for user authentication

  • If the old version of MMC persists environment or tracking data to an external databases

In both of the above cases, you need to migrate configuration data in order to retain your settings.

If your current MMC installation does not use LDAP for user authentication and is not configured to persist data on an external database, then you do not need to take further actions for upgrading to MMC 3.4.2.

The following documentation pages provide the steps necessary to migrate data to MMC 3.4.2: