How to Use Reposcan to Repair CMS and FRS

This post describes the steps to repair CMS database and Filestore using SAP BusinessObjects reposcan.exe.

Note that this may delete some items from CMS or Filestore if the dependencies are not found. Make sure that you have made necessary backups before applying reposcan.

You can run the tool without repairing option (or with -repair off). This will scan the environment and make the report of inconsistencies which will be saved to the output folder.

1. Create folder C:\Reposcan
2. Create file reposcan.ini in the folder

-dbdriver sqlanywheredatabasesubsystem 
-connect "UID=dba;PWD=1-Password;DSN=BI4_CMS_DSN"
-dbkey "[[qoNXDD3yCYuHLyTpqyj9Cw]]"
-inputfrsdir "C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\FileStore\Input"
-outputfrsdir "C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\FileStore\Output"
-outputdir "C:\Reposcan"
-repair on

For Oracle, the first two line should be:

-dbdriver oracledatabasesubsystem 
-connect "UID=<user>;PWD=<password>;DSN=<dsn>"

For SQL Server:

-dbdriver sqlserverdatabasesubsystem 
-connect "UID=<user>;PWD=<password>;DSN=<dsn>"

The value for dbkey can be found in Central Configuration Manager under CMS Cluster Key Configuration:
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Here you can also see DNS under CMS System Database Configuration.

3. Create file reposcan.bat

"C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\win64_x64\reposcan.exe" -optionsfile "C:\Reposcan\reposcan.ini"
pause

4. Run the file reposcan.bat
reposcan