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CMS-XML After upgrading to PPM 2009 R1, task plan takes a long time to load and asks if I want to save changes, even if no changes were made
After upgrading to PPM 2009 R1, the first time a user with permission to lock/unlock a task plan clicks on a task plan, the task plan goes through a one time migration process behind the scenes. The migration process includes checking the plan out to that user and migrating the task plan to the new task plan style. The more timesheets are associated to the task plan, the longer the one time migration process takes.
CMS-XML Notification server taking a long time to process a cycle
Development Manager 1.1Development Manager 1.2Release Control 3.2Release Control 3.3Release Manager 2.0 Requirements Manager 1.0SBM 10.1Service Manager 3.0
CMS-XML SRA: How to define a property value that will be set at request time but readable by the component process.
In this case in Request Process dialog user will be prompted comp_proc_prop value. So, it is the way of using property, defining by user during application process request, within component steps.
CMS-XML Started task looping processing release checkin requests
A customer has recently encountered several loops in their started task. Monitoring suggests that they are being encountered in the release checkin function, both package-to-area and area-to-area. A sample Strobe report taken during one occurrence shows the release component locking routine (CMN$RCLK) to be the most intensively executed procedure at the time of failure.
CMS-XML CMN050 report takes excessive time to flush after CPU timeout.
If cust runs same job in CLASS=5 (unlimited CPU time) job runs to completion in approximately 13+ minutes wall clock and 6+ minutes CPU time. So cust knows that running the job in CLASS=3 (1 minute CPU time ) is insufficient CPU time to process the amount of data being requested .
CMS-XML S0C7 SERDATES+222 in started task delay file processing component history aging request
896 SYSTEM COMPLETION CODE=0C7 REASON CODE=00000000 896 TIME =04.33.58 SEQ=03988 CPU=0000 ASID=0185 896 PSW AT TIME OF ERROR 078D2000 957296EA ILC 6 INTC 07
CMS-XML S0C4-10 in unknown module apparently processing CMPONENT.HISTORY.LISTBASE request
563 SYSTEM COMPLETION CODE=0C4 REASON CODE=00000010 563 TIME =09.30.23 SEQ=22796 CPU=0000 ASID=0639 563 PSW AT TIME OF ERROR 078D1000 F1F94040 ILC 2 INTC 10
CMS-XML S32E-11C abend in ZMF Server started task when multiple HSM recall requests are processed simultaneously
179 TIME =07.16.42 SEQ
CMS-XML Inconsistent timing of CMNEX019 call in batch checkout processing
As can be seen above, CMNEX019 is always called for its post execution processing after the staging library member and associated entities (e.g. component description) have been updated EXCEPT when a batch checkout is executed. For batch checkout the post execution call is executed before the library and associated updates are complete. The sequence of events for batch checkout processing needs to be made consistent with the other three options regardless of whether the requests are issued online, in batch or via XML/other interfaces.
CMS-XML Dim12: Timestamp in history of an Attachment of a Request is showing the incorrect time.
You will want to determine what the TZ variable is currently set to on your AIX Server using the export $TZ command. Change the above to suit your environment. 5. After modifying, a stop/restart of all Services will be needed. Make sure that there are no rogue processes before restarting.
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