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CMS-XML Problems working with ZMF in Java perspective
Problems working with ZMF in Java perspective
CMS-XML Memory not released when browsing large LST files which results in Java Heap Space error.
Memory not released when browsing large LST files which results in Java Heap Space error.
CMS-XML Browse baseline : java.lang.NullPointerException for one application.
at java .util.TimSort.countRunAndMakeAscending(Unknown Source)
CMS-XML java.lang.NullPointerException when editing a component using Eclipse 3.7.
java .lang.NullPointerException when editing a component using Eclipse 3.7.
CMS-XML Double clicking on a member for browse causes "java.lang.NullPointerException".
Double clicking on a member for browse causes " java .lang.NullPointerException".
CMS-XML "java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "SER43"" is issued when attempting to expand an empty baseline or promotion library
" java .lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "SER43"" is issued when attempting to expand an empty baseline or promotion library
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL Team checkout of hfs component fails
When working within the Java perspective, any attempt to checkout a hfs component fails with the following error: Exception in ZmfServer: ; nested exception is:java.io.IOException: java.io.IOException: java.io.IOException: Non nillable element 'componentType' is null. Checkout of 'standard' MVS component types works fine.
CMS-XML Team option ZMF Checkin failures
A customer has shared their ZMF application using the ‘Add to Workspace’ option within the Serena perspective in ZMF4ECL/Eclipse. When subsequently attempting to checkin an edited component from the Java perspective using the Team – ZMF Checkin... option the request fails with either of the following messages:
CMS-XML Installing ZMF4ECL in batch or via script
The answer is by use of the Eclipse Equinox P2 Installer. A very simple sample script follows that will install the ZMF4ECL plugin from the website to the eclipse environment located in “C:\3.7.2 Java EE\eclipse-jee-indigo-SR2-win32-x86_64\eclipse”:
CMS-XML CMN ZMF Web Services Sample Code
The challenge here is that these web services cannot be used asis. They must be implemented within a programming language to manage session state. You must write an application (e.g. using Java ) to perform a logical unit of work (LUW), understanding that you are responsible for managing session state for the LUW. Customers using the base ZMF web services must code an application to perform the ZMF function of interest (e.g. logon to ZMF, run the package approve web service, receive the response
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