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CMS-XML Restart of JBOSS server sends out an old notification email
When we scan the ts_notificationevents table for the itemid and tableid, as specified in the notification subject, does a record exist for the item? If not then check the ts_notificationmessages table where the message subject is similar to that of the email. If there is not a record in ts_notificationevents or ts_notificationmessages then the rogue email is likely caught in the JBOSS Server cache .
CMS-XML Configuration report has incorrect Load Level and caching level information for notification server
Notification server Email server protocol: SMTP Connection timeout: 120
CMS-XML Database unavailability causes thousands of Notification Warning emails.
Running Oracle and a SBM instance which runs on Windows Server 2003, if the Database is shut down but application services left running, the Notification server sends a warning email every 10 seconds to the "Administrator" email address. This issued 20,000 emails from the Notification server and the Configuration Settings were overridden
CMS-XML New fields are missing from notification emails
This is due to cached information in the Notification Server . The cache is refreshed automatically (about every 20-30 minutes). If this does not pick up the change or you cannot wait, restarting JBOSS will also force the cache to refresh.
CMS-XML Mail Client process does not clean item cache after each cycle
Possible workarounds are to run the Mail Client and Notification Server on different servers or perform the following steps: - stop JBoss - edit ../Serena/SBM/Common/jboss405/server/default/deploy/notificationsrv.war/WEB-INF/classes/ns_ehcache_config.xml file
CMS-XML Randomly missing field content in notification emails, which may lead to confusion
build-in a delay of 1 minute (no more is necessary) into the affected notifications send only those fields that are necessary for easy identification of the item - the rest can be read by opening the item (this also keeps the size of the database and the emails to a minimum) set the Performance and Cache settings for the Notification Server in Configurator; experimentation may help in finding an acceptable value that minimises this problem.
CMS-XML Notification server not sending email - Error: Sender address rejected: Access denied
Notification server not sending email - Error: Sender address rejected: Access denied
CMS-XML E-mail submit fails with error: "Date has an invalid value" found in Notification Server log
E-mail submit fails with error: "Date has an invalid value" found in Notification Server log
CMS-XML SBM: Notification email are not sent. Log gives "java.net.NoRouteToHostException: No route to host: connect"
SBM: Notification email are not sent. Log gives "java.net.NoRouteToHostException: No route to host: connect"
CMS-XML Notification Server could not recover after SQL Server connection problem and causes shutdown in progress errors
Notification Server could not recover after SQL Server connection problem and causes shutdown in progress errors
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