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CMS-XML VM does not sort files alphabetically like Windows
VM does not sort files alphabetically like Windows
CMS-XML Locale-specific collation sequence can make projects inaccessible
If you use multiple locales or Regional Options such that their collation sequences ( sort orders) differ, you may see errors when attempting to access projects via PCLI or the VM I-Net web client. GUI access to such projects is not normally affected.
CMS-XML Does PVCS Version Manager have an audit feature?
Customer is trying to find out if a project folder was moved, deleted or otherwise modified in a certain time frame. Does PVCS VM track these sorts of changes?
CMS-XML How To: INT APPROVED: How to set the editor to bring up a Show History report in VB:
A user had a problem when doing a Show History through VB. It should be bringing up an editor of some sort to view the report. Instead, getting the VB splash screen, and then it hangs.
CMS-XML Support: Understanding Novell Case Sensitivity
sorting tables, upper case tables, and legal filename characters. This configuration is done
CMS-XML Using View as HTML from the VM I-Net web client may result in the error "The system cannot find the path specified"
When a file is (accidentally) assigned a specific workfile location, different from the project, attempts to use the View as Html feature from the VM I-Net web client will fail with an error of the sort : <VM_Install_Dir>\vm\common\bin\..\tomcat\temp\<FileName> (The system cannot find the path specified) Example:
CMS-XML VM: GUI: where is the View Modified Files option in VM 6.5 (Obj Id: 5901)
#1 The VM 6.5 GUI has a Sort by Date option. This should provide the same functionality.
CMS-XML About: - Archive space requirements Guidelines
be created from any sort of file (binary, text, etc...). If a file can be created, it can be archived by Version Manager.
CMS-XML VM File Server: vtransfer -c -z (copy directory) and vtransfer -r -z (rename / move directory) do not retain directories with no files
Example: F:\PDBs\One\archives>dir /s/b Empty | sort F:\PDBs\One\archives\Empty\Directory
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