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CMS-XML Unable to execute a command line using Ext.CmdLineWait() function
When using Ext.CmdLineWait() in App Script, commands are executed in the context of the Internet Information Services (IIS) application pool. If the script is called from a transition or URL, the script runs under the application pool for the TMTrack virtual directory which defaults to DefaultAppPool. If the script is called from a notification in 10.1+, it will run under the gsoap_pool.
CMS-XML How to test a SOAP web service call from the server
Right-click on the script and chose to Run Powershell script .
CMS-XML Client-side browser requirements
Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting ... You should check the platform matrix for the supported JRE versions for the version of PPM you are running .
CMS-XML Internet Explorer randomly hangs and/or the reports can no longer be run, and IIS must be reset
If you are running Mariner 6.2, separate the Report Server into its own application pool. NOTE
CMS-XML Execution '...' cannot be found (rsExecutionNotFound) when running a Mariner report
Execution '...' cannot be found (rsExecutionNotFound) when running a Mariner report
CMS-XML Exporting Excel Document from a Report Creates a Corrupt Document
There is no current limitation on the amount of text users may enter into a Mariner text attribute. However, when a report is run that is based on the attribute with large amounts of text, the Excel file is corrupted because the content exceeds the SQL Report Services 2000 (SRS) limit of 4060 characters for exporting text into an Excel cell.
CMS-XML ADM 2008 R1.03 Patch Release
DEF166559 Bad performance on large database when rendering the investment tree browser DEF165281 Investment Setup view causes a script error. DEF165259 Slow performance when creating investments and changing modules.
CMS-XML Configuring Mariner to use its own application pool
All .NET web applications use application pools in IIS. By using a separate application pool for each web application, you can isolate the applications, thereby increasing the reliability of the application. To take advantage of this feature with Mariner, you can configure Mariner to run in its own application pool.
CMS-XML Application Development Management (ADM) On Demand Supported Platform Matrix
NOTE: If you are running ADM on-premise, refer to the platform matrix for the version you have installed.
CMS-XML Adobe Reader could not open "filename.pdf" because it is either not supported or because the file has been damaged
Open a command prompt and navigate to the C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts folder Run the following command where "1" represents the web site.
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