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CMS-XML Serena VM Web Application Server fails to start. Application Event Log shows "The RegQueryValueEx function failed for the following reason: The system cannot find the file specified."
Serena VM Web Application Server fails to start. Application Event Log shows "The RegQueryValueEx function failed for the following reason: The system cannot find the file specified."
CMS-XML How To: VM Sample Event Trigger for Email notification following promotion
Didn't do much error checking, since it is going to live on a server, it should be able to log on Exchange at all times.
CMS-XML The tomcat.log file on a File Server contains numerous entries stating "fs - Ending command with error" while referencing "writeOption: mkdir; path must be new"
file. A single mass-get type operation that involves many projects can cause numerous of these entries to get logged. The processing of the mkdir request as well as the logging of the failure for this event takes time.
CMS-XML How To: Send email notification with an Event Trigger in Version Manager
:: First create the file to attach to the email echo %1 was locked by %4 on %3 at %2 > temp. log :: Next send the email
CMS-XML How To: : Event Trigger with Version Manager GUI to ccMail: Sample Script
rm -f $(oneExportedMsg) +$(EXPORT_EXE) $(ccMailUser) $(ccMailPassword) $(ccMailData) NAME/1 \ MSGS/ALL MSG\# END/1 @$(oneExportedMsg) > export. log
CMS-XML How To: EVENT TRIGGERS : Description, Usage and Troubleshooting
EVENT TRIGGERS : Description, Usage and Troubleshooting When event triggers run in Version Manager they do not respect the effective user id. They will always run as the user who is currently logged in. Even if the script the trigger runs is owned by another user and is setuid for the owner, the script still runs as the user who is currently logged in.
CMS-XML What is the meaning of the DelPDBpswds entries in the change.log file?
Providing all users are running release 8.1.1 or later, this should be a one time event . However, if some users continue to run older VM releases, they can reintroduce cached passwords for their accounts. When a user of those accounts subsequently logs into an 8.1.1 or later release, the password eradicator kicks in again and adds another entry to the log.
CMS-XML VM 8.6.0 / 8.6.1 server randomly crashes
The Application Event logs shows an error similar to:
CMS-XML Error: VMINET 6.0 JWS "At least one service or driver failed during system startup. ..."
?At least one service or driver failed during system startup. Use Event Viewer to examine the event log for details.?
CMS-XML McAfee anti-virus update breaks Version Manager by incorrectly flagging it as containing the Exploit-CVE2012-0507 Trojan
The event logs will have an entry similar to: Event Type: Error Event Source: McLogEvent
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