Upgrading Vocera Report Server
Learn the steps for performing an upgrade to Vocera Report Server.
This section describes how to upgrade Vocera Report Server
from a previous release.
To upgrade to Vocera Report Server 5.3.2:
Upgrade to Vocera Voice Server version 5.3.2.
Prepare the Vocera Voice Server.
Perform basic maintenance of your Report Server to purge old data and reduce the
size of the data set.
Make sure your report data is backed up. Normally, a backup is scheduled to occur
every night. Check the \vocera\reports\backup folder to see that
the backup file exists.
If you have custom reports, create a back up of the following folder:
(Optional for 5.1 or later) Unistall Vocera Report Server.
Note: You do not need to uninstall Vocera Report Server software, if you are migrating from a Vocera 5.1 release to a later 5x release.
However, if you are migrating from a Vocera release earlier than 5.1, this step is
necessary. For example Vocera Report Server 5.0 to 5.3.2
or 4.3 to 5.3.2.
See Uninstalling Vocera Voice Server Software.
Important: Do not delete any of the remaining directories or files from
your Vocera Report Server installation. They will be used to restore your data
Install Vocera Report Server
Restore your report data:
Log into the Vocera Report Console using the
default admin password.
After you restore your report data, your custom password (if any) is
Click Maintenance in the navigation bar.
If you are upgrading from versions prior to 4.4.2 Click Legacy
The Select Restore Files dialog box
Click a file name in the dialog box to choose a backup file.
Another dialog box warns you that the operation will temporarily stop
the server and system data will be replaced.
Click OK to restore data.
When you click OK, the process begins, and a
dialog box displays status messages.
When the process is complete, click OK to close the
If you have custom reports, follow these steps to restore them:
Copy the contents of the backup you made of the
Paste the files into the vocera\reports\Reports\custom
Choose Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative
Tools > Services. The Services window appears.
Stop the Tomcat7 service and then start it again.
Close the Services window.