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CMS-XML Modify installation to add CLIENT wipes out existing SERVER components
Modify installation to add CLIENT wipes out existing SERVER components
CMS-XML Local Status of component not displaying when viewing with 98 client
DS Server : Windows NT Dbase: SQL 2000 Client: Win 98
CMS-XML Server Sizing Guidelines
Regardless of the operating system selected eChange Man must run as either as Administrator or root on the respective platform. eChange Man’s Main Server component is supported on the following operating systems:
CMS-XML working with IDEs where development area is on central server
Note: Service must be restarted under local user account, not system account. User must have permissions to 'log on as a service' and 'act as part of an operating system'.
CMS-XML P14 (v2) - CLI error -32: file in requested status if execute as part of an area script
********* INSTRUCTION FOR APPLYING PATCH ********** 1. Shut down any running servers 2. Exit from ChangeMan DS clients or development IDEs
CMS-XML Change Area Parameters - Name, Host, Path
These scripts have not been tested or verified by Serena Quality Assurance. Serena Technical Support does not support these utilities as part of the ChangeMan Distributed product line. They should be used by experienced database administrators only.
CMS-XML UNIX ODBC Installation
- Name < use a descriptive name for the datasource like, 'eCM data on Oracle' - Hostname < use hostname of machine running the ODBC server components - Database name < use Tablespace name from above
CMS-XML What type of access to area directories is needed for user IDs
* If you are using a Windows server and Windows Communication Agents, the server and Communication Agents must be started with user IDs that have rights to Act as part of the operating system and Log on as a service. The user IDs must also have read and write access to the directories that are pointed to by ChangeMan DS areas.
CMS-XML Mail Server Troubleshooting
Mail Server Troubleshooting
CMS-XML Starting Server Services
Starting Server Services
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