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CMS-XML Dim10: VM2DIM: Error:8024:Exception while processing file_name.cmd:
The Migration Console encountered a system exception while processing one of the migration assistance scripts. The Migration console allows for the execution of a number of user-created scripts with predefined command-file names at various points during the migration process:
CMS-XML Dim10: How to edit the CM Phase Usage ?
If changes are required in this area it must be done with consultancy assistance. This is because the altering of these rules may have unforeseen consequences in other areas if the complete process is not verified. We would therefore suggest that you request consultancy assistance via your account manager if you wish to continue with this exercise.
CMS-XML im10: Dimensions Server has had a name change or IP Address change, what do we need to do?
1. A new license will be needed along with updating the current Serena.lic file. Contact Serena Renewal Sales for assistance in deactivating your current key. New keys can then be obtained directly from the Support website for Dimensions 10.1.x and 9.1.x. 2.
CMS-XML DimCM14.5.2: AdminConsole: Last login date does not display in the published views
The current workaround is to create a new view in the database so that the data can be pulled from the database directly. Please contact Support if assistance is needed on how to create the view.
CMS-XML Dim12: During dmdba upgrade get ORA-01450: maximum key length exceeded
Dimensions CM 12.x requires a database block size of 16K. Please export the data and use the Oracle database creation assistance (dbca ) to recreate a new database. Please use the template provided with Dimensions CM for the creation of the new database. To correct this problem, the new database must be created with a block size of 16K (or larger).
CMS-XML KM-Dim7: ORA-09782 sfifi: another instance has the same database mounted
Correct the share point and run pcms_startup again. Any errors generated should be investigated. Call the PVCS Dimensions Answerline for further assistance if necessary .
CMS-XML DIM10: Changing the SDP Port number (671) used by Dimensions Build 10.x
This document assumes that you have already made the changes necessary for the Admin Console and Web Client to work with the alternate port number and just need to make the additional changes to get Build to also use the alternate port number. If you need assistance making changes to Dimensions SDP please see document S133283 "DIM10: What files must be modified if port 671 is not available for the SDP connector in Dimensions 10.x?"
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: How can we move the PCMS_TEMP.dbf file?
3. create tablespace pcms_temp datafile '<newpath/filename>' ... Use the same parameters that are on the current tablespace. If you are unsure of what the current parameters are on your tablespace, it is recommended that you contact your Oracle DBA for further assistance on retrieving this information.
CMS-XML KM-Dim7: Error: cannot find license file (-1,73:2 'No such file or directory')
Then run 'pcms' on the server. If that does not correct the error, please set the environment variable FLEXLM_DIAGNOSTICS to 3. This will generate output which can be diagnosed. Forward those findings to Dimensions Answerline if assistance is required in correcting.
CMS-XML SBM 2009 R4 (and prior): How to generate new signed certificate trust keys for SBM and copy them to additional servers as needed (Renew SSO certificates)
If you encounter this error message prior to September 21st, 2010 (19:12:17 GMT), please contact Support for further assistance (the cause of the error is not related to SSO certificate expiration). Do I Need to Replace My Certificates? -------------------------------------
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