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CMS-XML KM-Dim7: How to export a control plan from the command line on a Unix server.
How to perform a commandline export of a control plan.
CMS-XML About: Required Fonts For VM GUI ON UNIX
value XVT_STR_30410 : exported "-misc-fixed-medium-r-normal--*-*-75-75-c-*-iso8859-1,-b&h-lu" & "cida sans typewriter-medium-r-normal-sans-*-*-72-72-m-*-iso8" &
CMS-XML KM-Dim7: Migrating Dimensions from one UNIX server to another
There are two methods of migrating a Dimensions installation from one UNIX server to another. The first involves installing Dimensions on the new server and importing the database via a full system export . The second involves a "cold-copy" of the Dimensions and Oracle files.
CMS-XML How To: Configure the UNIX command-line to read the nfsmap file.
or export PVCS_BINDIR=/usr/pvcs The nfsmap
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Running dmcli or dmdba from UNIX / Linux
3) DMDB=<base_database>@<sid> 4) export DMDB 5) cd prog
CMS-XML How To: #1516 Configuring Version Manager to share projects in a Heterogeneous Environment (Unix-PC)
U/usr/pvcs ... to specify the U: drive maps to the Unix /usr/pvcs NFS exported directory. 2)Make sure that all
HTML How to Migrate Dimensions from one UNIX server to another
Once these figures are noted, take a full system export of the source database as follows: % exp system/manager file= full=y where is a user-specified filename for the export file.
CMS-XML KM-Dim9:42994-CM_EXPORT_ABORTEDError: Export aborted
Event logs (Windows OS only) /var/adm/messages file ( Unix Only) Oracle alert log
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Running Reports through Dimensions (UNIX/Linux)
At the end of the file, add the following line: PCMS_REPORTDB=<report_login>/<report_passwd>; export PCMS_REPORTDB c)
CMS-XML KM-Dim9:42991-CM_XML_MANY_EXPORTSError: More than one export definition was found in "%s"
Event logs (Windows OS only) /var/adm/messages file ( Unix Only) Oracle alert log
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