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CMS-XML ERROR -- Failed to send notification email to recipient < email address >: Could not connect to SMTP host: localhost, port: 25
Select the Application Repository and Event Manager tab Check the box to 'Use SMTP Mail Server for the Event Manager and Application Repository'. Enter the connection information for the SMTP server used by the Event Manager and Application Repository.
CMS-XML More Actions button shows duplicate entries for "Printable View", "Click to Send Email" and "Copy URL to Clipboard"
Replace the wizard.js file attached below with the one in the following directory on the SBM server .
CMS-XML MCLG: How to recover a Collage installation
On the Create Admin Database screen, choose to "Use Existing Admin Database". On the Machine Name and Port screen, enter the correct server and port information where the admin database is currently located.
CMS-XML How to get a copy of the certificate chain and copy it to the certificate trust store ("PKIX path building failed" or similar SSL connection errors.)
Open Edge or Chrome and specify the https url you are attempting to use. As example if you are connecting to a mail server enter the url and port being accessed, e.g. or an orchestration endpoint url.
CMS-XML Adding External Web Server Links to E-Mail Notifications
... from two different web servers --one ... you may want e-mail notifications to have ... accessible from both web servers . ... to modify the server's registry files. ... regedit and press Enter or OK. ... click in the right pane and select ... 5.) Name the new string value LinkAddressExternal (must be exact and is case sensitive). 6.) Double-click on the LinkAddressExternal entry that you just created. 7.) In the Value box add the name or IP address of the external web server . 8.) Stop and start your web server services.
CMS-XML VMINET: VM Server 6.7.11 Readme with Release Highlights
... MERANT PVCS VM SERVER Version 6. ... 1 Supported VM Server Platforms 1. ... Server on Windows 2000 ... .9 iPlanet Web Server on Pentium IV servers . ... Be Purged from Server 4.4 ... ... when Accessing iPlanet Web Server from Netscape 5 ... Error if the Server Has No Domain ... of PVCS VM Server Configuration Dialog Box ... ... 1 Supported VM Server Platforms VM Server is now supported ... ... 2000 Server Supported Web Servers : - iPlanet ... ... and 8 Supported Web Servers : - iPlanet ... VM Server now includes IBM's ... ... Netscape with VM Server . ... This has been corrected .
CMS-XML SBM Notification Server, Outlook 365 and OAuth 2.0
Sending notifications via SMTP will continue to function. It will be necessary to upgrade to SBM 11.7.1 if you use the Email Recorder and/or Email Submit mailboxes on Office 365.
CMS-XML Dim cm 14.4 : installation on Centos with local postgres fails with this message "dm_psql: could not connect to server: Connection refused"
Please enter PostgreSQL connection parameters. ... PostgreSQL port : [5432] ... dm_psql: could not connect to server : Connection refused Is the server running on host "<hostname>" (<ip address>) and accepting TCP/IP connections on port 5432? ... file is set correctly following installation requirements described page 60 of unix installation guide
PDF Using WSO2 Data Services Server with Serena Business Mashups
... names, and enter it as a ... ... 2 Data Services Server with Serena Business ... ... name=" email " column=" email "/> ... 6. Set the JDBC URL to jdbc:jtds:sqlserver:// server : port /database, where server , port , and database match your SQL Server installation. Note: SQL Server typically uses port 1433.
CMS-XML Notification Server sends out duplicate notification emails
See your email administrator for more information.
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