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HTML Serena® Dimensions® CM 10.1.2 Release Notes
Using dmcli to connect to remote UNIX Dimensions CM servers without specifying a password file on the server. Furthermore, the client environment must have the same variable defined, either as an environment variable or in the dm.cfg
HTML Serena® Dimensions® CM 10.1.1 Readme File
8.23 Turning off SCC Server Confirmation Pop-up Messages To turn off SCC server confirmation pop-up messages add the following line to the client dm.cfg file: DM_SCC_CONFIRMWARNINGS N Warnings are still displayed in the console or output window.
PDF Serena Dimensions CM: Optimizing WAN Development
Each Dimensions CM server or client installation contains a dm.cfg file, located in the %DM_ROOT% (Windows) or $DM_ROOT (UNIX) directory. If the installation is part of a larger network of Dimensions CM installations, ensure that configuration settings that affect communication with other installations are the same for all installations.
PDF Dimensions CM Scaling and Optimization Guide
 Each Dimensions CM server or client installation contains a dm.cfg file, located in the %DM_ROOT%(Windows) or $DM_ROOT(UNIX) directory. If the installation is part of a larger network of Dimensions CM installations, check that configuration settings that affect communication with other installations are the same for all installations.
PDF Scaling and Optimization Guide
Each Dimensions CM server or client installation contains a dm.cfg file, located in the %DM_ROOT% (Windows) or $DM_ROOT (UNIX) directory. If the installation is part of a larger network of Dimensions CM installations, ensure that configuration settings that affect communication with other installations are the same for all installations.
PDF Dimensions CM Scaling and Optimization Guide
Each Dimensions CM server or client installation contains a dm.cfg file, located in the %DM_ROOT% (Windows) or $DM_ROOT (UNIX) directory. If the installation is part of a larger network of Dimensions CM installations, ensure that configuration settings that affect communication with other installations are the same for all installations.
PDF Dimensions CM IDE User's Guide
The solution is to change the metadata directory used by Dimensions using the following client dm.cfg symbols. The following example uses _dmmeta as the metadata directory name. These should be applied to all clients where file share Web projects are controlled by Dimensions SCC.
PDF Dimensions CM Integrated Products Guide
The solution is to change the metadata directory used by Dimensions using the following client dm.cfg symbols. The following example uses _dmmeta as the metadata directory name. These should be applied to all clients where file share Web projects are controlled by Dimensions SCC.
PDF Administrator’s Guide
The solution is to change the metadata directory used by Dimensions Express using the following client dm.cfg symbols. The following example uses _dmmeta as the metadata directory name. These changes should be applied to all clients where file share Web projects are controlled by Dimensions Express SCC.
PDF Administrator’s Guide
Setting Dimensions CM Windows Client Symbols All Windows Client Nodes 66 Modifying dm.cfg Entries 66 Installation and File Location Symbols 67 Printing Data 67 Configuring Other Merge/Compare Tools 67 Administrator's Guide 65
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