Reports are not populated in the System Center 2012 Operations Manager Reporting Pane

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Symptoms

Reports do not populate in the System Center 2012 Operations Manager Reporting Pane, or Report data does not seem to be updating.

Cause

This can occur if the Data Warehouse Synchronization server entry is deleted.

Resolution

To confirm this issue in the Operations Console, go to the Monitoring View and click on discovered inventory. Then change the Target type to Data Warehouse Synchronization server by completing the following:

1. Click Change Target Type on the right-hand task pane of the Operations Console
2. In the dialog that opens select View all targets
3. Locate and select Data Warehouse Synchronization Server in the list
4. Click OK

If this returns blank you are experiencing this issue.

To resolve the issue run the script below:

Note: You will have to edit the script and enter the Operations Manager Database server name, Data Warehouse servername and console path in the script . This is a PowerShell script which needs to copied to text and rename to .ps1 after entering the required information to run under PowerShell.


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#Populate these fields with Operational Database and Data Warehouse Information

#Note: change these values appropriately
$OperationalDbSqlServerInstance = "<OpsMgrDB server instance. If its default instance, only server name is required>"
$OperationalDbDatabaseName = "OperationsManager"
$DataWarehouseSqlServerInstance = "<OpsMgrDW server instance. If its default instance, only server name is required>"
$DataWarehouseDatabaseName = "OperationsManagerDW"

$ConsoleDirectory = "<OpsMgr Console Location by default it will be C:\Program Files\System Center 2012\Operations Manager\Console"

##########################################

$dataWarehouseClass = get-SCOMClass -name:Microsoft.SystemCenter.DataWarehouse
$seviewerClass = get-SCOMClass -name:Microsoft.SystemCenter.OpsMgrDB.AppMonitoring
$advisorClass = get-SCOMClass -name:Microsoft.SystemCenter.DataWarehouse.AppMonitoring

$dwInstance = $dataWarehouseClass | Get-SCOMClassInstance
$seviewerInstance = $seviewerClass | Get-SCOMClassInstance
$advisorInstance = $advisorClass | Get-SCOMClassInstance

#Update the singleton property values
$dwInstance.Item($dataWarehouseClass.Item("MainDatabaseServerName")).Value = $DataWarehouseSqlServerInstance
$dwInstance.Item($dataWarehouseClass.Item("MainDatabaseName")).Value = $DataWarehouseDatabaseName

$seviewerInstance.Item($seviewerClass.item("MainDatabaseServerName")).Value = $OperationalDbSqlServerInstance
$seviewerInstance.Item($seviewerClass.item("MainDatabaseName")).Value = $OperationalDbDatabaseName

$advisorInstance.Item($advisorClass.item("MainDatabaseServerName")).Value = $DataWarehouseSqlServerInstance
$advisorInstance.Item($advisorClass.item("MainDatabaseName")).Value = $DataWarehouseDatabaseName

$dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceClass = get-SCOMClass -name:Microsoft.SystemCenter.DataWarehouseSynchronizationService
#$dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceInstance = $dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceClass | Get-SCOMClassInstance

$mg = New-Object Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.ManagementGroup -ArgumentList localhost
$dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceInstance = New-Object Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Common.CreatableEnterpriseManagementObject -ArgumentList $mg,$dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceClass

$dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceInstance.Item($dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceClass.Item("Id")).Value = [guid]::NewGuid().ToString()

#Add the properties to discovery data
$discoveryData = new-object Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.ConnectorFramework.IncrementalDiscoveryData

$discoveryData.Add($dwInstance)
$discoveryData.Add($dataWarehouseSynchronizationServiceInstance)
$discoveryData.Add($seviewerInstance)
$discoveryData.Add($advisorInstance)

#$connector = Get-ScomConnector -name:"Operations Manager Internal Connector"
$momConnectorId = New-Object System.Guid("7431E155-3D9E-4724-895E-C03BA951A352")
$connector = $mg.ConnectorFramework.GetConnector($momConnectorId)

$discoveryData.Overwrite($connector)

#Update Global Settings. Needs to be done with PS V1 cmdlets
Add-pssnapin microsoft.enterprisemanagement.operationsmanager.client

cd $ConsoleDirectory

.\Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.OperationsManager.ClientShell.NonInteractiveStartup.ps1

Set-DefaultSetting ManagementGroup\DataWarehouse\DataWarehouseDatabaseName $DataWarehouseDatabaseName
Set-DefaultSetting ManagementGroup\DataWarehouse\DataWarehouseServerName $DataWarehouseSqlServerInstance

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More information

If the script completes successfully you should see a message like below:

PS C:\> .\AddDWInstance.ps1

Name  : ManagementGroup\DataWarehouse\DataWarehouseDatabaseName
Value : OperationsManagerDW
Name  : ManagementGroup\DataWarehouse\DataWarehouseServerName
Value : scsqlv
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Article ID: 2771934 - Last Review: October 23, 2012 - Revision: 1.0
Applies to
  • Microsoft System Center 2012 Operations Manager
Keywords: 
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