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CMS-XML Merant Build:UNIX and Linux-Install Patch on Knowledge Base Server and on Local Build Machines
On UNIX and Linux platforms, you must install the <platform >_libmlclient.zip patch in order to resolve a problem with a licensing library failure .
CMS-XML BUILD: Incorrect Calls to gcc linker
The build is successful until I add the -e option to om to get footprinting. Then, while the .fp file is created, the build fails when trying to run the ld linker.
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.
HTML Serena Builder Readme
3.2 Install Fails if JAVA_HOME Not Set Properly
PDF Getting Started
Regardless of the development tool or the operating system used by the development group, these three components remain the same. It does not matter if you are developing using a C compiler or if you are developing a COBOL program, the process of performing the build is broken down into these three areas. Taking control over your enterprise build effort boils down to taking control over these three basic build components.
PDF Serena Builder for Professional User’s Guide
Converting Merant Build TGT Files to Serena Builder TGT File Format If you try to execute a build job from a project that has been migrated to the new Knowledge Base server, the build job will likely fail to execute, and you will see a build log similar to this: User's Guide 39
CMS-XML How to replace invalid license keys in Serena License Manager (SLM)
To remove a key, open the license file in a text editor. On Windows platforms you may want to use WordPad instead of Notepad, as the license file may contain line breaks that look mangled in Notepad. Remove all the lines that make up a single key, from the INCREMENT

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