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CMS-XML ChangeMan DS Should Not Allow For Approval Of Linked Package
ChangeMan DS Should Not Allow For Approval Of Linked Package
CMS-XML Unable to delete Change Packages once unlinked through ECP
DS Change Packages once linked through ECP cannot be deleted even after the packages are unlinked. When selecting a package within ChangeMan DS and clicking the delete button, a prompt with the message "Deletion of this package is allowed from ChangeMan ECP only". If a package is unlinked, ChangeMan DS should allow successful deletion.
CMS-XML eRM Bundle:How many SQL licenses are required for eCM and ERM by Serena Software?
eCM installation requires one SQL user with multiple connections . In case of eCM/eRM bundle, both processes accessing database under the same name, so we still need only one user.
CMS-XML Fix Log for version 5.6.1
13377 VSS Conversion Does Not Have "Ignore" and "Ignore All" Buttons 13379 ChangeMan DS Should Not Allow For Approval Of Linked Package 13387 Transfer to UNIX agent results in directory permissions set to 000
CMS-XML POA: Cannot Remove Approver Group
Using the web client, if you setup an approval group and add users and groups to this approval group and add then add this approval group to an application and you create a package and then move the package through the various stages of the approval process and then it finally gets installed, you are not allowed to remove an approver user/group from the approval group as a message comes up and says, "Approver Has Approval Assignment".
CMS-XML Multiple Batch Files/Dos Commands Do Not Work On Make Procedures
Even configuring from both the Global Compile tab and the Target's build command box results are the same. Also, the Post Compile commands results in the same. All scenarios end with the same result.
CMS-XML Installation on Linux - Open Link error
Installation on Linux - Open Link error
CMS-XML Web connection no areas displayed
Web connection no areas displayed
CMS-XML Global Compile command does not function
Global Compile command does not function
CMS-XML Web Server dies when connection from Web Client
Web Server dies when connection from Web Client
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