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CMS-XML How-To Configure the Attachment Directory Access Account Logon Privilege
SBM 11.4.1
CMS-XML SBM is not HTTP/2 compatible -- Submit failure - Duplicate attachments
How-To disable HTTP/2 on Windows Server 2016 and 2019 Logon to the Windows Server Start the Windows Registry Editor.
CMS-XML How to make a listing report show attachment icons instead of the attachment link.
Setup the report: Login to SBM and create a Listing Report In the report "Additional Options" section add any "Include Linked xxx" options.
CMS-XML SBM Upgrades from Versions Prior to 2009 R4
Note : You can store attachments in a directory on a server other than the SBM Application Engine Web server as long as you set correct network permissions for that directory, and then specify a SBM login ID and password for a user who can access that directory.
CMS-XML Readme for SBM 10.1 as of 9th February 2012
* Attachments added to a primary item that create a notification are now sent with the e-mail message if the $ATTACHMENTS() tag has been added to the e-mail template in use. This means that users do not have to log in to the User Workspace to view the item's attachments . The Maximum attachment size setting limits the size of the attachments that are included with the message that is sent.
PDF SBM System Administrator Guide
You can store attachments in a directory on a server other than the SBM Application Engine Web Server as long as you set correct network permissions for that directory, and then specify an SBM login ID and password for a user who can access that directory. SBM System Administrator Guide 87 Chapter 7: Customizing SBM Settings
PDF SBM System Administrator Guide
You can store attachments in a directory on a server other than the SBM Application Engine Web Server as long as you set correct network permissions for that directory, and then specify an SBM login ID and password for a user who can access that directory. SBM System Administrator Guide 89 Chapter 7: Customizing SBM Settings
PDF SBM System Administrator Guide
For best results, only grant this privilege to administrators who may need to view user accounts as users see them for testing or troubleshooting purposes. When logged on as another user, an administrator can perform all actions as the user they are logged in as, including transition items, add attachments to items, and create reports. Any changes made to items as another user are recorded in the Change History section for each item.
CMS-XML Scripts or WS do not run in notification context without a user with login ID of admin
The sso-sts.log will also have messages that say that authentication failed for user "admin". Errors may also appear in the Notification Server log. This issue affects not just Appscripts, but also Web Services and Note attachment for non- SBM users.
PDF Moving to Serena Business Manager
To change the path of the attachments directory to a new location: 1. Copy the contents of the previous location to the new directory (installationDirectory\Serena\SBM\Application Engine\attachments) or to a network location of your choice. Note: You can store attachments in a directory on a server other than the SBM Application Engine Web server as long as you set correct network permissions for that directory, and then specify an SBM login ID and password for a user who can access that directory 2. Launch SBM System Administrator.
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