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CMS-XML Problem: VM6.5 - files and directories that contain a "Euro" symbol cannot be selected, added, or checked in.
The workfile will, however, be subsequently displayed correctly in the VM6.5 GUI (in the upper right "contents" area), implying that all is well. This is misleading, because attempting further operations on the archive will reveal that no revisions were ever checked in: the archive is empty . It is not possible to check into these archives because the workfile name is not recignised by VM6.5
CMS-XML Unable to get empty folders when opening a project from source control using the RIDE (Rich IDE) interface
When opening a Project Database (PDB) from source control, empty projects (= projects not containing any files) will be skipped and are not included in the list of folder that can be seen in the IDE.
CMS-XML Get / Checkout should not create empty directories for projects with files that do not match the label or group
Users of PCLI can use the newly added option -ce -ce Create an (empty) workfile directory for every (sub)project that is processed, even if that project contains no files
CMS-XML PCLI: How to get files by label or promotion group without seeing warnings for files that do not match and/or empty directories being created for projects without matching files
The Get command is only executed on files that are known to have the label or group. This avoids warning messages for files without a match, as well as empty directories being created for projects containing no matched files. The exit code of the script will be zero (0) if the only problem is that labels / groups do not exist on some files.
CMS-XML User gets: Unable to access. The filename may be illegal, the filename may already exist as a directory, part of the directory path may already exist as a file, the TEMP directory may not exist, or there may be insufficient privileges.
User gets: Unable to access. The filename may be illegal, the filename may already exist as a directory , part of the directory path may already exist as a file, the TEMP directory may not exist, or there may be insufficient privileges.
CMS-XML Problem: Keyword Expansion produces unexpected results if the archive directory contains a Dollar character
Problem: Keyword Expansion produces unexpected results if the archive directory contains a Dollar character
CMS-XML Reference file is not placed into specified Reference directory / contains too many levels of the archive path
Reference file is not placed into specified Reference directory / contains too many levels of the archive path
CMS-XML "libpvcsldap.so open failed - no such file or directory" when running CLI commands (including vsplit)
When running CLI commands ( including vsplit), errors of the following type are thrown: libpvcsldap.so open failed - no such file or directory
CMS-XML The PCLI VmCopy command would fail to work if the destination directory specified using the -d option contained one or more of the PCLI wildcard character "*", "?" or "[".
The PCLI VmCopy command would fail to work if the destination directory specified using the -d option contained one or more of the PCLI wildcard character "*", "?" or "[".
CMS-XML Using VM Eclipse plugin fail to import file name or folder name contains 5c code Japanese chars
Reference to 5c character, http://or-dev-web3/tiki/tiki-index.php?page=0x5c+Character+issue&highlight=unused%20archive%20files The symptom is varied to Server side processing or not. If server side processing, it fait to import if contain 5c char.
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