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18 Jun, 2019 Commented It will only 'break' dashboards if you remove the old ones totally - there is 'new old' ones that can sit along side the 'new new' one while you migrate over It is not that hard with the info I have provided to re-point dashboards to the correct objects in any case I have just made new version agnostic perspectives for SQL server, SQL DB, SQL Engine in the last couple of hours - which I can share We have a new environment being built - what is the impact on VADA?
18 Jun, 2019 Commented Can we make them? how do we do that?
18 Jun, 2019 Commented I should probably add - if you put it in and remove all the old MPs it will have an effect on everything that is scoped or overridden using the old classes - so you want to plan that They do offer updated versions of the old MPs I think that essentially mark things as 'old' so they can work side by side but not tried these However, moving forward it will make things vastly simpler - a single monitor for Buffer hit cache ratio to override - instead of one per version and views per version - it had got a bit messy
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