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CMS-XML How To: #578 Oracle forms require directives to be set in Unix
Make sure that the following directives are set for Oracle forms : NoExpandKeywords is good practice for binary type files. Use Translate if that doesn't resolve the error then try NoTranslate.
CMS-XML About: VM6.5 Permissions required on Version Manager 6.5 directories.
Directories and Files Default LocationRightsRights Program files PVCS\vm\win32\ bin Read, All Execute
CMS-XML VM: WebDAV Server Error 'Dpvcs.daemons.useDaemons=true Cannot find the file '-Dpvcs.daemons.useDaemons=true' (or one of its components) Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are available'
<VM_WebDAV_install_dir>\WebDAV\tomcat\ bin \tomcat.bat As of VM 6.8.10, the WebDAV and I-Net servers will correctly detect the 'OS' value that is modified by the Novell Netware client.
CMS-XML Required Operating System packages to run VM 8.6.x on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES)
make sure that you have execute privileges on the file VM_Install_Dir /vm/linux/ bin /mlcproxy If that is not the problem, install glibc.i686
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 Desktop Client shows error: pvcsvmnt.exe - Bad Image ...\bin\client\jvm.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error
are installed. These types of problems can be avoided altogether by using Local VM installations instead of running a workstations installation from a Network install, as that prevents a discrepancy between the requirements on the local PC and the remotely installed binaries .
CMS-XML Problem: INT APPROVED: #1042 Workgroups menu does not show up in Borland Delphi 2.0/C++ 5.0
The VCSManager directive (shown in the example above) should specify the directory in which you installed Delphi. If necessary, replace C:\Program Files\Borland\Delphi\ Bin (the default) with the path required by your system. The PVCS runtime DLLs will also need to be in your path in order for Delphi to find them.
MS-WORD PVCS VM Server
A compiler that does not have this issue is the GNU C/C++ compiler from the Free Software Foundation ( http://www.gnu.ai.mit.edu/software/gcc/gcc.html ). If the user has a binary distribution of Apache, which is setup for Distributed Shared Object (DSO) support (the default), then there is no requirement for a compiler to use DSO.
TEXT VM 6.8.00 Readme.txt
All relevant VM executables will be taken out of setuid mode. Setuid mode can easily be re-enabled by executing the command: <install_location>/vm/<OS>/ bin /vmsetsuid -set HP-UX does not require these links to run in setuid mode. See the Administrator's Guide for an explanation of the reasons for running Version Manager in setuid mode.
CMS-XML VMINET: PVCS Version Manager Server 6.7.11 Service Pack 1 for Windows
vminet/html/useroptions.jsp vminet/html/vmi660ie.cab vminet/html/vmi660n4.jar vminet/html/vminet.jsp vminet/pvcsprop/V183.jar vminet/tomcat/ bin /tomcat.bat vminet/tomcat/conf/wrapper.properties 1.2 Prerequisites VM Server 6.7.11 (V182) must be installed before applying this patch. 1.3 Installing this patch release 1.
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