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CMS-XML Dim9: PDIFF loading design parts get error: RELATE Design Part '' does no
PDIFF Exported the original design part structure for a product and updated user IDs (to dmsys) but on import design parts are created but the design part relationships don't get created, so you cannot drill down in the structure, even though the log indicates that the relationships are getting created.
CMS-XML Dim10: pdiff -load_item failed with memory error
Logged as DEF137510: pdiff -load_item failed with memory error
CMS-XML Dim10: VM2DM: dmImport's pdiff -load_chdocs fails for paths with spaces
The pdiff -load_items command line that is generated fails to quote the path to the chdoc POID file. The result is that pdiff -load_chdocs does not run and the chdocs are not created (data loss). The pdiff log includes the usage message for pdiff .
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Reported Defect DEF92567: PDIFF load with -d option fails
Logged as defect: DEF92567
CMS-XML DIM10: Failed to run utility to import replication log
C:\Program Files\Serena\Dimensions 10.1\CM\prog\ pdiff .exe
CMS-XML Dim2009R2: Airgap Replication: Load Logs for Baselines generates misleading / wrong output
Replication Log Status:: (0) replicated successfully, (1) failed Please delete PDIFF file . pdiff _2752 if not required Completed Load
CMS-XML Dim9: Problems with PDIFF for baselines
** Replication Error: Baseline failed to import POID log status: (0) imported successfully, (1) failed There were no success
CMS-XML KM-Dim10: Reported Defect DEF108746: Issue Fixed in Dimensions 10.1.1: Merged baseline does not work with PDIFF load
COR0004851E ** Replication Error: Baseline failed to import POID log status: (0) imported successfully, (1) failed There were no success
CMS-XML KM-DIM2009R2: Reported Bug: PDIFF import crashes with "Memory fault" or "Segmentation fault"
Steps to reproduce: 1. Log into a Linux console as a Dimensions user (i.e. dmsys) 2. Set DMDB to a basedb@db (i.e. cm_typical@dm0902)
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Reported Defect DEF55932: Partial Pdiff chdocs are being created
set DMDB=BASEDB@MACHINEA pdiff PTD_PA -load_chdocs -d -dont_cm_pend -dont_delete_parent_rels -gmt -l log .txt -f dump1.txt pdiff PTD_PA -dump_chdocs -chdoc PTD_PA_REMARK_1174 -gmt -f dump2.txt
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