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HTML Serena® Dimensions® Express 10.1.3 Readme File
7.3 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non-conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
HTML Serena® Dimensions® Express 10.1.3.1 Readme File
8.3 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non-conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
HTML Serena ChangeMan ZDD 6.1 Readme File Last updated on 14 November 2008
1.2 Drag and Drop Operations If you drag a data set (or PDS member) and drop it on another data set, the standard processing downloads the data set when the Explorer reads it and then uploads it back again when the Explorer writes it. The Serena Network namespace extension handles the drag and drop by copying directly from one data set to the other, avoiding the overhead of uploading and downloading.
HTML Serena ChangeMan ZDD 6.1.1.01 Readme File Last updated on 3 December 2009
3.2 Drag and Drop Operations If you drag a data set (or PDS member) and drop it on another data set, the standard processing downloads the data set when the Explorer reads it and then uploads it back again when the Explorer writes it. The Serena Network namespace extension handles the drag and drop by copying directly from one data set to the other, avoiding the overhead of uploading and downloading.
HTML Serena® Composer™ Version 2.3 Readme File Last updated on 20 December 2007
6.1 Installing the Prototype Composer Ready Process Template To get you up and running quickly with the Prototype Composer/VSTS integration, it is suggested that you install a Prototype Composer ready process template and create a new project based on it. To install the Prototype Composer ready process template, upload (import) the Serena specific process template from the \ Composer CMMI Process Improvement
HTML Serena® Collage® Version 5.1.3 Readme File
4.5 Component Issues Add or upload the empty file to the \WarContents deploy folder. Approve the file. The WAR file should now successfully deploy.
HTML Serena® Collage® Version 5.1.2 Readme File
5.5 Component Issues Add or upload the empty file to the \WarContents deploy folder. Approve the file. The WAR file should now successfully deploy.
HTML Serena® Dimensions® CM 10.1.1 Readme File
8.22 Web Client: Connection Timeout when Uploading Large Files over a Slow Connection
HTML Serena® Collage® Version 5.1.3 Release Notes
1.5 Database (DEF101076) You cannot copy a project from a Sybase database server to an MS SQL server when you upload a file greater than 256 megabytes before attempting to copy. The copy fails and an error like the following appears:
PDF Serena Asset Manager iScanner Guide
Where 02112013 stands for 02 November 2013 and 18545589 stands for 18 hours 54 minutes 55 seconds and 89 milliseconds. You can automatically upload the generated XML file to an FTP server by providing the connection parameters when you invoke the program. Error Logging
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