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CMS-XML Cross-Platform Transfers Increment Versions / Create 1K Archive Files
Checking out files from a Windows "production" server to a Unix development area can cause version incrementation as well as create a 1 k byte archive files even though the files are identical.
CMS-XML CVS conversion For Windows Server using DS convert utility
1 . Make sure CVS is visible in the command line. CD to the directory where cvs is installed and do 'CVS'. This will show all CVS usage
CMS-XML Internal Solution Windows Main Server: problem retrieving archives.
The transfer is considered to be off-line in one of the following cases: target area is pending, transfer has been scheduled for the future,
6. You will then see the SCC Project Path window . It should have the path of the Development area where you saved the project.
7. From the “eChange Man Tree of Area” window . Select the development area where the project is saved. Make sure you highlight the subdirectory and click <OK>.
CMS-XML Documentation incorrect for Supported Java Client Platforms on Windows
Windows 2000 Server Supported Windows 2000 Professional SP 1 Supported Windows 2000 Server SP1 Supported
CMS-XML P44 -Promote from AS400 (Dev area) to QA (Windows) adds additonal information on file
Instructions on applying patch: 1 . Copy in binary mode the files 'as400instaler' and 'changeman.tar'to the /serena directory 2. Modify 'vcs_serv.cfg' and set variable volume 'as400mbr2stmAttr= 0'if you do not want to preserve header information during transfer
CMS-XML DS - filenames like ---test1.txt causing problems with cmnxfer listfiles
b) Windows Clients - Copy the contents of the .\client directory
CMS-XML P20 - Area scripts losing random script lines after every exit
Windows Servers - Copy contents of the .\Server directory to your DS server directory.
CMS-XML VCS_NT_Service is not a valid windows application
VCS_NT_Service is not a valid windows application
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