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CMS-XML Problem Exporting and Importing Make Files
Problem Exporting and Importing Make Files
CMS-XML How are Seats counted for new license schema
How are Seats counted for new license schema
CMS-XML "No history" on build - Oracle dB only.
"No history" on build - Oracle dB only.
CMS-XML vcs_document and vcs_schedule crash after Hot Backup of Oracle DB
vcs_document and vcs_schedule crash after Hot Backup of Oracle DB
CMS-XML Unix w/Oracle DB Installation Failure Causes odbc.ini File To Populate With Default Information
Unix w/Oracle DB Installation Failure Causes odbc.ini File To Populate With Default Information
CMS-XML POA DB Retains Old Data And Associates It With New Application
POA DB Retains Old Data And Associates It With New Application
CMS-XML "Make" Import Error - "Failed to parse make file at line 19#5"
When importing an exported make file, the error message 'Failed to parse make file at line 19#5' is received. The actual line number will vary depending on the actual make file, but the general message is always the same.
CMS-XML VAJava 3.5 does not show visual information when checking out file.
In order for the information to display after check out, it is important to set the 'generate meta data method' check box to enabled. This is found under Window --> Options, select Visual Composition, then select Code Generation. Enabling this option will allow you to export as .java files and maintain the visual information by generating a getBuilderData() method.
CMS-XML RCS/CVS error - Unable to transfer file to Development area
1. Check to make sure RCS is installed by doing 'which rcs' 2. If the comm agent is running under root then 'which rcs' should show the path where RCS is installed or export the path to point to RCS location
CMS-XML Message file not found
export PATH=$PATH:/Path you want to add export ORACLE_HOME=/Your Oracle Home $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9
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