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HTML Solutions Business Manager 11.4.2 Security Bulletin
General Information Access control weaknesses OS and SQL injection flaws Cross site request forgery (CSRF)
CMS-XML SBM: How to upgrade SBM and move to a new Windows server at the same time
SBM Servers: Install SBM . ... NOT to install SQL Express. ... such as " SBM -DEV" ... ... such as " SBM -QA" ... ... such as " SBM -PROD" ... ... current version of SBM . ... suggest setting up SBM without using HTTPS ... ... \Serena\ SBM \Application Engine ... Open SBM Configurator on the ... ... to a new SQL /Oracle machine ... Open SBM Configurator on the ... ... to upgrade to SBM 10.1 ... upgrade again to SBM 11.4.2 (or higher ... ... , this is SBM 10.1 ...
CMS-XML Minimum privileges required for the Microsoft SQL user to the SBM database
What are the minimal set of Microsoft SQL permissions the database user needs in order to be able to do all one needs for the end users of SBM? For information about Oracle permissions , see KB S133641 .
CMS-XML Minimum privileges required for the Oracle user connecting to an SBM schema
What are the minimum set of Oracle permissions needed for the schema in order to use SBM? For information about Microsoft SQL permissions , see KB S138590 .
CMS-XML UUU gets stuck if MSSQL database has user-defined statistics on columns it needs
SBM 2009 R4
CMS-XML User with Create/Modify Advanced SQL reports can't see the "Advanced SQL" checkbox
SBM 11.6.1
CMS-XML Error "You do not have permission to create a search specification beginning with @WHERE" when running SQL Pass-thru reports
SBM 2009 R4.03
CMS-XML Try to sort by memo field for users in the Admin tool when database is Oracle - you get the error "Error in SQL statement reading TS_USERS table."
SBM 10.1.2.2
CMS-XML Example for using SLA details in SBM reports via Advanced SQL Conditions
There is often a need to use Advanced Query to show listing or distribution reports than utilitise the SLA information: SQL SERVER Example: Items that violated their SLAs in the last 30 days by user To achieve this you can create a distribution report with the row by the necessary user field and using the Advanced SQL Conditions for SQL Server to filter similar to below:
CMS-XML Switching to store attachments in the database from the filesystem is broken - error in event viewer - SQL Error Accessing 'ATTACHMENT'
The workaround is to set valid user name and password for Attachment Directory Access Account. Create some local user on Application Engine server, give this user permissions to access folder (...\ SBM \Application Engine\attachments) and provide its credentials in System Administrator (press OK once you've done editing)
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