Warning Errors in DMA

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Hi All,

I am upgrading a call manager from 4.1(3) to 5.1(2)

I am running the DMA tool version 5.1(3)

I get the following error while the tool is validating the file

[06:36:11 PM] The results are : Export - Successful. Validation - Successful with warning(s).

[06:36:11 PM] Some data does not comply with all rules in the target version. Cisco strongly recommends that

[06:36:11 PM] you address the issues and run DMA again prior to running the upgrade. Failure to address the

[06:36:11 PM] issues may result in a loss of functionality after the upgrade.

Attached is the Warning logs:

Does anyone know what i need to fix. In the logs it mentions "Business Rule Violations"

I thought that it was maybe illegal characters in the userid's or names. So i changed them and reran the DMA.

Still same errors.

Anyone run into this before?

please help if you can :)


I have this problem too.
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rob.huffman Mon, 10/15/2007 - 15:31

Hi Ken,

I'm sure you are on the right track here with the names below showing errors;

Only characters A-Z, a-z, 0-9 are allowed in prompt name , so get rid of . () - '








LoyLee (Tooey)


WilliamsA. Lanita

SimpsonGeorge (Larry)

Hope this helps!


rob.huffman Mon, 10/15/2007 - 17:18

Hi Ken,

Yes, it seems to be the aapromptname that is causing this problem. I wish that I could help you with the SQL query but I know less than zero about it. So it must be names associated with an IVR/CRS script. The was a bug in earlier DMA Versions related to this that was supposed to be fixed in 5.1.3 but maybe not??

CSCsa98606 DMA DirExport: Map the AAPromptName of Directory to crsappliction Table


DMA needs to migrate CRS application data.

Current Condition

The release of Data Migration Assistant 5.1(3) resolves this problem.

Also check Page 76;


Hope this helps!


thanks Rob,

I was doing some digging too and it looks like it is CRS.

The weird thing is that CRS is not installed on this box. At least it is not now. I wonder where DMA is getting that information. I don't see anything in sql about CRS.

I'll ask the customer if they had installed it and taken it off. Hopefully i can do the upgrade even with this error.

I'd like to get a good go ahead from tac though before i try it :)

bluejays Sun, 10/21/2007 - 08:36

I am getting the same errors. Have you upgraded your CCM yet? I am upgrading 4.2(3) to 6.0(1) and I am using DMA 6.0(1).

Please share your experience.


jbrunstein Wed, 07/09/2008 - 23:49


Finally, did someone found anything about this CRSApplication table? I'd like to correct all the data but I still canno't find its location.

Thanks for your help.


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