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PDF Serena Builder for Professional User’s Guide
... provides a central repository of workfiles for ... * Can't find compiler Serena ... * Could not find any targets ... list Serena Builder cannot find any targets ... ... thus Serena Builder cannot find it. ... complains that it can't open a * ... ... Builder does a Get on the archives ... ... complains that it cannot create a * ... ... is that Builder cannot find bldmake in ... ... 538: om could not open translated pre ... ... and Builder is unable to delete it ... ... that Builder is not able to find a ... * Unable to get OPENMAKE_SERVER ... ... Builder will be unable to delete the ... part of command-line client 19, 24 build directory
PDF Getting Started
This document, as well as the software described in it, is furnished under license and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of such license. Except as permitted by such license, no part of this publication may be reproduced, photocopied, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Merant.
CMS-XML SLM: Certain clients sometimes/consistently cannot connect to the License Server, especially from remote locations
SLM 2.1.4 based clients were first shipped as part of: Serena Dimensions CM 10.1.0 and 10.1.1 Serena Dimensions RM 10.1.0 and 10.1.1
CMS-XML KM-Build8 How to use OMERRORRC variable in Builder 6.3.1
$OMERRORRC variable is not used in any of the Builder build scripts that are associated with specific build tasks within a Builder build. In order to use $OMERRORRC, you just call a Perl script as part of a pre- or post-build activity (run with either the -bp <script name> or -ap <script name> flags), and reference the $OMERRORRC variable as part of a routine you want to execute, based on the success or failure of a build.
CMS-XML KM-Build6: Example files pertaining to Pre and Post Build Commands
All of these are sample scripts that can be called as part of the build. That line in the documentation is merely stating that you can add your own custom action perl scripts to be called at different stages in the build. If you want to know more about how they operate, it might be worth opening them up and reading the commented sections that explain how they function.
CMS-XML Merant Build: Patch required for Installing Remote Build Server on Same Machine as Knowledge Base Server.
Again, see the instructions in the Merant Build Installation Guide. After installing the command-line client, stop and then restart the Knowledge Base server using the scripts supplied as part of the install.
CMS-XML Search Filters for SBM Reports and RegEX
abcd, abce, and abcf The ESCAPE clause The LIKE ESCAPE clause does not work as part of the report filter.
CMS-XML How to replace invalid license keys in Serena License Manager (SLM)
INCREMENT VersionManager_named merant 8.000 permanent 1 DUP_GROUP=U ISSUER=11134358101152008-123456789011-VSLM8 SN=123456789011 SIGN="00C6 23C6 5F07 4C9D E8FA 9C48 A42F 5700 02B4 16AE 2697 F7DD 7E2A 841D BFAA" PACKAGE Professional merant 8.000 COMPONENTS ="VersionManager Tracker \ Meritage build_windows" OPTIONS=SUITE SIGN="0027 3B7B 02B2 \
HTML Serena Builder Readme
2.1 Upgrading from Previous Versions of Builder ** IMPORTANT! ** The upgrade procedure varies depending upon which components you have installed. Read the following instructions carefully to determine which installation files you should use.
CMS-XML Serena License Manager 2.1.4 (SLM 2.1.4)
What pieces are needed to see the benefit from the fixes in this release? Below is information from the Release Notes about changes made to the Serena License Manager 2.1.4 including the associated Change Request ID and necessary component, in paranthesis. If the item shows "Server", the Serena License Server needs to be upgraded.

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Dimensions CM: Comparing files (demonstration)
This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to compare two item revisions in the repository, and compare an item revision in the repository with a file in a work area
Dimensions CM: Updating a work area from a stream (demonstration)
This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to update a work area from a stream, restrict the update to specific folders in the stream, and exclude files from the update.
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This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to copy item revisions to a work area using the Get and Update commands, deliver a modified file from a work area to a stream using the Deliver command, and action an item revision
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