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CMS-XML KM-Dim9: How to configure DMCLI auto login in UNIX box
Setting the DMDB variable to DMDB=< BaseDB >@<SID > should stop Dimensions prompting for a password. This has to be in a Dimensions server installation only and it doesn't work for Dimensions client installation. Also you can modify the dimensions.rc
CMS-XML Dim: Upgrade to CM - Baselines and projects in schema fails to upgrade because of path conflicts between directories and directory items
For projects: it is advised to removing the directory item in each case using u141check fix_conflicts and - if desired - adding it back with a different path afterwards using AIWS with the /WS_FILENAME qualifier in the DMCLI client.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Dimensions System Adminstrator vs. Dimensions Tool Administrator
When the Dimensions System Administrator (DSA) creates a Dimensions base database , an operating-system account is assigned to act as the initial Dimensions Tool Manager for that base database . A Tool Manager is essentially a normal Dimensions user to whom special privileges have been extended so as to enable them to perform base database specific tasks with respect to other Dimensions users.
CMS-XML Dim cm: how to do a mass update of an attribute value for a set of items?
Then it is possible to execute the output file containing all the UIA commands with dmcli as follow : dmcli -user <user-id> -pass <pswd> -host <server> -dbname < db -id> -dsn <dsn-name> -file c:\output.txt
CMS-XML DimCM: DMCLI: How to list existing credential sets
DimCM: DMCLI : How to list existing credential sets
CMS-XML Dim 10: How do you list the various Privileges and their meanings?
This can be done by using the LPRIV command through DMCLI . 1. Log into DMCLI as a valid user. 2. Type in: LPRIV
CMS-XML Dim12: Is there a way to list the users or members within a group?
There are two method of doing this ... one is through DMCLI and the other is with the usage of a SQL Query. 1. DMCLI.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: DMCLI: command not found
Which directories Unix checks depends on its configuration. Each Unix account can have its own configuration information and thus potentially its own unique list of directories in which to look for commands. Make sure the command's directory is listed in the environment's path.
CMS-XML Dim12: DMCLI: When invoking the LAST command, an error of "COR1615012E Area scanning structures cannot be initialised: MDHVDA3201019E - Invalid area UID" can occur
In the readme file of the patch, a new command called LAST is available and documented as follows in the readme file : The List Area Structure (LAST) Command
CMS-XML Dim12: Deployment Scripts: Is there a way to obtain a list of attribute values using a deployment script template?
1. Create a deployment area based upon your Global Stage Lifecycle (GSL) and assign it to a project or stream. This can be done either directly in Admin Console or by DMCLI using the command of CA, similar to the following:
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