I have not used it before, I am searching on google, and wps help file as well. Please guide.
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Have you added all your packages to the Repository yet? CM relies on that.
Answered 10/29/2009 by: VBScab
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Yes, I was able to generate conflicts now....but 1 more thing which i want to ask is,
We are having cmdb file, which contains, database of 600 apps, and if we want to check conflicts with them, then how can we proceed?
Answered 10/29/2009 by: abking99
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I don't know what you mean. I'm used to adding a package to the repository then selecting it in CM to see if it conflicts with any other.

IIRC, you can produce a sort of "global" list of apps showing which conflicts with which. In fact, I think that's the default report.
Answered 10/29/2009 by: VBScab
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I think if you go to the software management database under Conflict manager it gives you the option ( under 'Import') to add one or multiple packages in the repository. You can check for the conflicts like Ian mentioned between all the apps that are there in the list. Ian, correct me if I am wrong..
Answered 10/29/2009 by: jinxngoblins
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If I'm not mistaken a conflict database should be populated gradually. If you haven't used it before with the 600 packages, you might want to start by adding the ones that are most widely installed in your environment (say office suites, oracle clients, maybe if some packages get installed by default when the machines are staged...). Goal will be to start lining up all your new packages with these oft-used ones, and match component GUIDs for conflicting components.

If you want you can then start to work on your existing catalog, or at least that's the way I'd do it

It's been awhile since I've used the conflict database though.
Answered 10/29/2009 by: pjgeutjens
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What I want to say is,
Right now, there are 10 packages showing in all applications, and now I can generate reports. But my SPOC is saying that, he is having database of around 600 apps, which he got from client. So is it possible to generate conflict reports with those applications as well?
Answered 10/29/2009 by: abking99
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