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CMS-XML Notification emails text fields all lower case when using .htm template and database Oracle
Notification emails text fields all lower case when using .htm template and database Oracle
CMS-XML Dim2009R2: Oracle 11: Case Sensitivity of Passwords and Schema
With Oracle 11, case sensitivity for passwords and schema owners is enabled by default. If using the Oracle Runtime provided by Serena, this will automatically turned off by the templates provided.
CMS-XML Logging into workcenter and there is no content other than the shell of the UI when using Oracle as the database.
If you use Oracle as your database and you login to workcenter and you don't see any applications or any SBM items at all take a look in the following log. C:\Program Files\Serena\SBM\Common\jboss405\server\default\log\workCenter.log You may see errors like the following:
CMS-XML Dim2009R2: Is the Oracle database collection name of Arabic_CI_AI supported?
For Dimensions, the collation needs to be case - insensitive . Therefore, since Arabic_CI_AI is case-insensitive then it should be fine.
CMS-XML List of Reserved Words for Oracle
or class name is not accepted (the test is case insensitive ) However, words that do not
CMS-XML Dim: What Oracle Privileges are needed for DMDBA
In some cases , the usage of the Oracle SYSTEM user is not allowed by non-DBA's. This usually occurs when using a 'locked down' Oracle Enterprise server. Can we set up another Oracle account to use instead of SYSTEM? What Oracle privileges are needed to use DMDBA?
CMS-XML CPU going to 100% - Oracle 10g Client
A number of TeamTrack customers running with their database as Oracle 10g have experienced CPU spiking up to 100%. The majority of these cases were resolved by upgrading their Oracle driver to the latest on the appropriate level.
CMS-XML "sqlerrm = ORA-20000: Unable to set values for index [index name]" errors during Data Pump import.
When users import Dimensions CM data into an Oracle 19 database via IMPDP, it may return the following messages: Processing object type DATABASE_EXPORT/STATISTICS/MARKER [index name] : sqlerrm = ORA-20000: Unable to set values for index [index name]: does not exist or insufficient privileges
CMS-XML Dim: Oracle: Account is locked, password has expired, or password will expire in x days
With newer versions of Oracle, Oracle has changed the DEFAULT profile to be a bit stricter in password policies. In some cases , the following errors can occur when attempting to log into the various Dimensions Clients, log files, and /or DMDBA: ORA-28000: The account is locked
CMS-XML KM-Dim10: Installation stop on oracle process and update configuration file
User installed Dimensions CM Server on Windows 2003 Stanrdard Edition SP1.The installation stop on Oracle Process Stop and update configuration file.The process just hang as unusual. In this case , Oracle was installed properly and it was connected via SQLPLUS before install Dimensions CM
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