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CMS-XML User gets: Unable to access. The filename may be illegal, the filename may already exist as a directory, part of the directory path may already exist as a file, the TEMP directory may not exist, or there may be insufficient privileges.
If the problem only happens during an Add Files operation, and the repository is located on a PVCS VM File Server, check both the Project DB path directory and
CMS-XML "Application Repository !Unable to load relation "import". Method not allowed (405) when importing SSM / SRC solutions
This can occur if SBM is setup to Use IIS to proxy all connections and the WebDav component is installed.
CMS-XML "Unexpected exception while creating deployment backup - Could not find a part of the path" error in Composer
To resolve the issue, edit the environment in the Application Repository and remove the trailing space after the name.
CMS-XML After upgrade to SBM 10.1 and above, I am getting an "Authentication Error" when connecting to the Application Repository
You must ensure that all of the SBM components are installed on one or more servers prior to upgrading. This includes SSO and SBM Common Services. You can choose to enable or disable SSO once it is installed; however you still must install the SSO component for SBM to function properly.
CMS-XML About the Application Repository component and database (How to manually remove the Application Repository component)
Connection attempt failed. Could not connect to the Repository . Please check that the Repository Machine Name and Port are connect.
CMS-XML Login attempt to SBM 10.1 Application Repository fails with no error message
You must use a POST request to get answer from gsoap ! see WebWare gsoap ISAPI module documentation. If the URL cannot be reached because it is incorrect or needs a fully-qualified domain name, the server name can be changed in the Host field on the Component Servers tab in SBM Configurator in most cases.
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{ "entityType": " Component ", " ... ": " repository ", "value": "888dd4a3-44a4-4294-8dfd-fd4335f50bdc", "description": "", "secure": false }] }, { "name": "custom", "properties": [] }, { "name": "template", "properties": [] } ]}, "processes": [ ...
CMS-XML Troubleshooting communication among SBM Components using Wireshark
SBM consists of components which can be installed on one or more servers. For example, SBM components include the Application Engine (or IIS component ), the Orchestration Engine, Application Repository and Common Services the last three components all running under JBOSS and Java. At times, it is necessary to capture communications between these components for troubleshooting purposes.
CMS-XML SRA: Performance impact on Dimensions CM when SRA polls for data from the Dimensions CM repository
A Component was defined in SRA with a "Source Config Type" of Dimensions. The "Import Versions Automatically" option was checked so that SRA could poll Dimensions for new Baseline data to be downloaded as new Versions. Once this Component was saved it was noted that CPU usage increased markedly on the Dimensions server with two or three dmappsrv.exe
CMS-XML Why does SSM installer need to be run on Application Engine, Application Repository and Common Services if on different servers?
SSM installer lays down different parts of SSM depending on what is installed on the server. It is therefore important that the SSM installer is run on each of the servers if they are not installed on the same one.
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Dimensions CM: Comparing files (demonstration)
This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to compare two item revisions in the repository, and compare an item revision in the repository with a file in a work area
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This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to update a work area from a stream, restrict the update to specific folders in the stream, and exclude files from the update.
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