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CMS-XML In Japanese locale Windows OS, import of msd file which contains orchestration fails in SBM Composer
In Japanese locale Windows OS, SBM Composer fails to import msd file which has an orchestration. If msd file has only application, SBM Composer can import it even in Japanese locale OS.
CMS-XML When importing a .msd file into Composer you may see the following error. Failed to import process app because of the following issues: The Application Definition entry is not valid
When importing a .msd file into Composer you may see the following error. Failed to import process app because of the following issues: The Application Definition entry is not valid
CMS-XML WSDL definition files using the duration data type fail to be imported into Mashup Composer
At importing a WSDL containing a "duration" restriction definition with min/max values, the import will fail with the error message "(somevalue) is not a valid value for TimeSpan".
CMS-XML Restarting Serena Business Mashups fails after the import of a language XML file
Looking at the folder c:\Program Files \Serena\Business Mashups\Application Engine\bin\resourcetmp\TTResourcePackage\ the administrator will notice a subfolder and within pairs of .txt and .res files. One or more .txt
CMS-XML "Make" Import Error - "Failed to parse make file at line 19#5"
When importing an exported make file, the error message 'Failed to parse make file at line 19#5' is received. The actual line number will vary depending on the actual make file , but the general message is always the same.
CMS-XML Deploy stays in waiting when TLS 1.0 is removed from server.xml - Invoking import callback failed: Error observed by underlying SSL/TLS BIO: No such file or directory
As of SBM 11.3, it doesn't look possible to remove TLS 1.0 from both the Server.xml ( Tomcat ) and the SChannel Registry key ( IIS ) and have deploys reach the "Completed" status. The deploy itself will succeed and your changes will get deployed. It is just the callback from the Application Engine to the Repository telling the system the deploy completed that fails so the status stays in "Waiting" forever.
CMS-XML On some SBM installations the import of XML language files fails
On Windows 7, 64 Bit OS the error message appears as follows: Faulting application path: C:\Program Files \Serena\SBM\Application Engine\bin\ttadmin.exe Faulting module path: C:\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft.vc90.crt_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4926_none_08e1a05ba83fe554\MSVCR90.dll
CMS-XML SDA Components with Source Type PVCS may fail to import files with long patnames
To determine how many characters may be in your pathname, first count the number of characters in the Tomcat TMPDIR (by default, the TMPDIR is set to something similar to this: C:\Program Files \Serena\Dimensions\12.2\Common\Tomcat\7.0\temp The above is 62 characters long.
CMS-XML Deploys are failing with result=12 in the import log and errors in the Event Viewer C:/Program Files/Serena/SBM/Application Engine/bin/design/a5cc553c-f6f4-4fb6-9316-e5acfbf319f0/c2ee0d3e-c3e8-4349-bbc8-daa15913ebd9.xml contains an incorrect path.
If you run out of space on the file system for the Application Engine then the deploy will fail as there is not enough room for the temporay files. You will get errors in the import log similar to below:
CMS-XML Composer crashes with message: Failed to import process app. Name 'EventDefinitionSource' is already used
4) Add new web service created from the external event WSDL 5) Export the process app into the MSD file 6) Import this MSD file back to Composer
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