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CMS-XML Builder 6.41 Version Information
Builder 6.41 Version Information
CMS-XML Product Lifecycle and Platform Matrix
On the bottom half of the screen, click the + for one of the items in the list.
MS-WORD build_a_java_code.doc
After setting up the Search Path we will now define the Targets for the Java Project. To do this select “Setup Build” menu item and select “DEVELOPMENT” under the “HELLOWORLD” project.
CMS-XML Serena License Manager 2.1.4 (SLM 2.1.4)
to address item 1.3). Where that is not possible, for example if you are using Tracker or Meritage, you can use the attached client libraries to replacement the ones that are currently installed with your product.
HTML Serena Builder Readme
4.2 Use Sun's JRE, Not jview.exe During the installation of the Serena Builder Knowledge Base server, you are asked to select a Java runtime executable. In the dialog provided for selecting this item , you may see jview.exe selected by default, but you should NOT select jview.exe. If you do, the install of a needed Serena Builder service (the "Openmake" service) may fail.
PDF Serena Builder for Professional User’s Guide
brackets [] Indicates optional items . For example, in the following statement:
CMS-XML BUILD: How to redirect license server for build (see KB 70442 for full instructions)
From my test you can modify where to point to different license server by modifying "<Build INSTALL PATH>\Merant\Build\tomcat\webapps\ROOT\openmake\license\license.ini" UPDATE:
CMS-XML KM-Build: Builder: Migrating Ant build scripts to Builder projects
Further detail on setting up builds that use Ant as a compiler can be found in the Development Guide under the header, "Defining Java Targets" (page 58 of the 6.3.1 Development Guide).
MS-EXCEL slm_214_Supported_Platform_Matrix.xls
The supported platform matrix is divided into several worksheets, each designed to give an appropriate level of detail . The "Server OS" worksheet describes the Server operating systems The "Client OS" worksheet describes the Client operating systems
CMS-XML KM-Build6: Evaluation of Builder results in directory listing of files being displayed when trying to connect to Builder
The license must be pasted into the License Manager GUI and the license.ini file, located in the installation directory tomcat\webapps\openmake.ear\openmake.war\license, must be modified to point to the license server.
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