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TMS Configuration Dump

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Jun 22nd, 2012
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Is there a TMS equivalant of xconfig and/or xstatus?


I'm creating an as-built document to hand over to the customer and to operations, and I'm having to copy each field one at a time.


Is there a better way to do this, perhaps some way that I can get the TMS configuration in a spreadsheet or CSV of some sort.



If need be, I'll go into the SQL to get this data, but I don't really know how to do that either.




Any hints, tricks, or tips anyone would like to share?    

Correct Answer by Magnus Ohm about 5 years 1 month ago

Hi michael


There is no xconf xstat for tms. Everything is contained in the tmsng database.


So you can install the sql Management studio, backup the database, restore it at another sql server. Then connevt the tms application to it.


The db contains virtually everything. Including release keys and option keys. Phonebooks an config backups from the endpoints etc etc. The table in the db that tells you a little about the tms is the dbo.tmssetting. But i would not mess around in there if your not comfortable with it.


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Magnus Ohm Fri, 06/22/2012 - 14:25
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Hi michael


There is no xconf xstat for tms. Everything is contained in the tmsng database.


So you can install the sql Management studio, backup the database, restore it at another sql server. Then connevt the tms application to it.


The db contains virtually everything. Including release keys and option keys. Phonebooks an config backups from the endpoints etc etc. The table in the db that tells you a little about the tms is the dbo.tmssetting. But i would not mess around in there if your not comfortable with it.


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Michael Boscia Fri, 06/22/2012 - 14:47
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Don't you sleep?


So there isn't a simple way to expose the data so I can document all of the settings then?


That is rather dissapointing.


Thanks Magnus.

thobonho Fri, 06/22/2012 - 15:54
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Hi Michael,


Not sure which paramaters you are looking for, but download the TMS logs and extract the zip file. You'll find an XML file (tmssettings.xml from memory) which contains basic TMS configuration settings.


Hope this helps!

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