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CMS-XML Agents don't appear online after a server upgrade to Deployment Automation version 6.1.1 or higher
6.1.1, Serena Deployment Automation (SDA) has enhanced security to connect through TLS1.2,TLS1.1, or TLS1.0 protocols supported by Java 6 and above, and rejects connection through earlier SSL protocols such as SSLv3 and SSLv2Hello. If you have agents that have been connecting using one of the rejected protocols, your agents may try to connect through the unsupported protocol and the connection will be rejected.
CMS-XML WebSocket console error, can't connect to Deployment Automation using proxy HTTP protocol
Use these to determine if you may need to configure your proxy server to resolve any WebSocket issues when connecting to Deployment Automation through a proxy server. Explicit Proxy Servers with Unencrypted WebSocket Connections
CMS-XML Readme for SBM 10.1 as of 9th February 2012
... * If you have not yet upgraded to ... No longer supported: No longer supported for SBM ... No longer supported: Oracle ODBC connections that use the Oracle driver are no longer supported. No longer supported: ... been deprecated and will not contain any of ... ... before Promotion or Deployment ... the Flash Player is not installed or enabled ... ... SBM Application Administrator does not use an ODBC connection , so administrators ... ... " and " Is Not (None) ... ... for creating escalations has not changed, however ... ... to those that do not have subscribers.
PDF Managing CICS Resources with ChangeMan ZMF
The CICS transaction CEDA, which updates the CSD, can be secured with RACF® but access is all or nothing; there is no break down by application group. ... Both of these restrictions limit best practice change management processes, as well as the deployment of CICS development operations. ... The editor recognizes models based on the right-most node of the data set name being edited. ...  03 CONNection  26 Sessions  28 TDqueue  33 Typeterm  34 Urimap
HTML Serena Deployment Automation 6.1.1 Security Bulletin
General Information Therefore, only POODLE vulnerabilities are mitigated in the default configuration. This is to allow connection from agents and agent relays that use versions of Java that do not support TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1. It is recommended that you upgrade any existing agents and agent relays to use a version of Java that supports these protocols, and then follow the instructions in this security bulletin to limit SSL-enabled protocols to TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1 only.
HTML Serena Deployment Automation 6.1.2 Security Bulletin
General Information Therefore, only POODLE vulnerabilities are mitigated in the default configuration. This is to allow connection from agents and agent relays that use versions of Java that do not support TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1. It is recommended that you upgrade any existing agents and agent relays to use a version of Java that supports these protocols, and then follow the instructions in this security bulletin to limit SSL-enabled protocols to TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1 only.
HTML Serena Deployment Automation 6.1.3 Security Bulletin
POODLE and BEAST Therefore, only POODLE vulnerabilities are mitigated in the default configuration. This is to allow connection from agents and agent relays that use versions of Java that do not support TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1. It is recommended that you upgrade any existing agents and agent relays to use a version of Java that supports these protocols, and then follow the instructions in this security bulletin to limit SSL-enabled protocols to TLSv1.2 and TLSv1.1 only.
CMS-XML SDA/SRA: Tutorial: Creating Your First Serena Deployment Automation Plug-in
The <integration> tag indicates where the plug-in fits into the process. Accepted types are: SCM, Build, Artifact, Automation and Deploy . Admittedly, the plug-in we are creating has nothing to do with deploying, but I have put it there for completeness.
CMS-XML What are the Repository Connection Settings for Composer to connect to the On Demand ITSM environments.
If you are an On Demand customer that uses the ITSM environment the following settings can be used in Composer to connect to the repository and make changes to your deployed applications. On the Repository tab in the SBM Composer Options screen the following settings will be used in the Repository Connection Settings area. If you login to itsm.serena.com
CMS-XML Dim12: Get error when deploying: PRG4500325E Error: User authentication failed
2 PRG4500325E Error: User authentication failed NET4502575E Failed to obtain a connection to database basedb@dsn on host server as user username. Launching DEPLOY job 12143328
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