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CMS-XML MVR: Getting Mover Agent ready for the new USA 2007 Daylight Saving Time rules
Beginning in 2007, the start and end date of Daylight Savings Time (DST) will change in the United States (see http://aa.usno.navy.mil/faq/ docs /daylight_time.html ). Daylight Savings Time will begin March 11, 2007 (the second Sunday in March) instead of April 1 (the first Sunday of April). Daylight Savings Time will end November 4, 2007 (the first Sunday of November) instead of October 28 (the last Sunday in October).
CMS-XML MVR 2.0.0 - 2.2.1: Getting Mover ready for the new USA 2007 Daylight Saving Time rules.
Beginning in 2007, the start and end date of Daylight Savings Time (DST) will change in the United States (see http://aa.usno.navy.mil/faq/ docs /daylight_time.html ). Daylight Savings Time will begin March 11, 2007 (the second Sunday in March) instead of April 1 (the first Sunday of April). Daylight Savings Time will end November 4, 2007 (the first Sunday of November) instead of October 28 (the last Sunday in October).
CMS-XML Get "The syntax of the command is incorrect." error after upgrade.
In our evaluation of the problem the issue may be the result of how we are manipulating the system environment variables. According to this kb doc from microsoft the envrionment variables need to be in alphabetical order but the output of the "Set" command shows the variables in all kinds of order after patching to 2.3.0.4 which consequently means you can't override one of the variables with your own set command in a script. The variable that seems to be hurting us most is this one.
CMS-XML MVR: How does the VM login source affect Mover?
The username specified in the VM source in mover needs to match the username that the Mover tomcat service runs as and the password specified in VM for that user must match the password entered in the VM source in Mover. The password used by the VM user and the Mover source user can but doesn't have to match the password used for the NT account that runs the tomcat service. For more information on how to change the service account that Collage runs as see the following kb doc .
CMS-XML MVR: How to rebuild the admin and project databases
This document contains instructions on how to rebuild the admin and project databases for Mover. The admin database contains items such as the list of loaded project databases and the list of system level login names. The project databases contain the deploy source, target, and package information.
CMS-XML MVR: Mover 2.3 new feature requirements to integate with Dimensions and Version Manager.
The following document describes the version requirements for Dimensions and Version Manager in order to take advantage of some of the new features available in Mover 2.3
CMS-XML MVR: Where are the Mover server logs located?
For diagnosing various Mover related issues, it is sometimes helpful to look at the Mover log files. The files are located in different directories depending on the operating system where Mover is installed. The following document helps locate these files for troubleshooting purposes.
CMS-XML MVR: How to delete a Mover project so it can be re-created
If a project in Mover needs to be re-created, the project must be deleted from Mover and then re-added. NOTE: This document is only relavent to Mover installations that interface with Version Manager and/or Dimensions.
CMS-XML MVR: Error ''Login Failed. Merant:login failed.'' for all users other than Admin
This error will occur if the Mover server cannot connect to the VM project database. NOTE: This document only applies to Mover installations that interface with Version Manager.
CMS-XML MVR: Is there any way to switch Mover1.0 FTP transfer mode binary and ASCII by file extension.
If the document is a text file, it is transferred in ASCII mode. Otherwise, it is transferred in binary mode. If the customer feels this is not happening, we would need to know the file extension he is using, so we can check the list of built-in Asset Types to see if Mover thinks this is binary or text.
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