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CMS-XML Configuration Files, Web Interface Templates, JavaScript Files, and String Changes That Have Changed in 2009 R4
... Template and JavaScript Changes in 2009 R ... Modified files under the template ... New files under the template ... Removed files under the template ... Modified files under the template ... Modified files under the \ ... Modified files under the \ ... New files under the \ ... New files under the template ... which contains javascript files for JQuery 1 ... Modified files under the \ ... Modified files under the \ ... New files under the \ ... ... III. String Changes in 2009 R ... ... MODIFIED"> Modified </string ... ... group id or name ''{ ... ... group id or name ''{ ...
PDF SBM Application Repository Guide
• Merge conflicts For best results ... ... If the Merge conflicts check box is ... ... , see Merging Conflicts [page 32 ... ... snapshot to a file provides a means of exchanging process apps and ... the same Application Repository . Prerequisites: To export a process app snapshot to a file , you must have the Export Process Apps privilege (set in SBM Application Administrator). To export a snapshot to a file : ... 3. Enter a name for the snapshot and navigate to the location where you want to save the process app. ... SBM Application Repository Guide 49
PDF SBM Application Repository Guide
• Merge conflicts For best results ... ... If the Merge conflicts check box is ... ... , see Merging Conflicts [page 35 ... Exporting a snapshot to a file provides a means of exchanging process apps and a variety of configuration entities between users without access to the same Application Repository . ... Prerequisites: To export a process app snapshot to a file , you must have the Export Process Apps privilege (set in SBM Application Administrator). To export a snapshot to a file : ... 3. Enter a name for the snapshot and navigate to the location where you want to save the process app.
CMS-XML DM12.1 - Windows Synchronise->Supported Conflicts - Local deleted and moved in repository
src are delivered) 1)In WorkArea2 move inc\foo.c to src\foo.c 2)Deliver changes to STREAM2 3)In WorkArea1 delete file inc\foo.c 4)Deliver changes to STREAM1 5)Update from STREAM2 to WorkArea1 Actual Result: addition accepted Expected Result: conflict
CMS-XML Custom Endpoint gives "The name 'XXXX' is invalid because it exceeds 32 characters in length"
Then, TEST and PROD share a repository. To get changes from DEV to TEST, they export snapshots from DEV repository , move the mss file , import the snapshot into the TEST repository . However, during this process something happens to the custom endpoints.
CMS-XML Dim12: Deliver: What are the types of conflicts reported when doing a deliver ?
The lesser well known where actions conflict but not file content. For instance, where the file was modified locally yet deleted in the repository , or the file was renamed from "a" to "b" locally, but from "a" to "c" in the repository . In such cases, merge may not be not possible, and the user must decide which change to accept, "use local" or "use repository".
HTML Serena® Dimensions® Express 10.1.3 Readme File
7.3 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non- conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
HTML Serena® Dimensions® Express 10.1.3.1 Readme File
8.3 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non- conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
HTML Serena® Dimensions® CM 10.1.2 Readme File
7.5 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non- conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
HTML Serena® Dimensions® CM 10.1.3 Readme File
7.6 Synchronize Wizard In this case, the change type is incorrect, as the item has not changed in the repository. This means that you cannot use the Synchronize wizard to synchronize that particular change when in upload mode, forcing you to ignore it. In order for the change to be shown correctly as a non- conflicting local rename and modification, you will need to run the Synchronize wizard in full synchronize mode, and ignore any downloads from the repository that the Synchronize wizard will have selected if you do not want them.
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Dimensions CM: Delivering changes from a work area to a stream (demonstration)
This demonstration shows you how to deliver changes from a work area to a stream in Dimensions CM, restrict the deliver to specific folders in the work area, and relate a new item to the correct design part.
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
Dimensions CM: Viewing work area and repository changes (demonstration)
This Dimensions CM demonstration shows you how to use the Windows Explorer integration to view the changes made to a work area and a repository.
Dimensions CM: Resolving conflicts (demonstration)
This demonstration shows you how to resolve conflicts between your work area files and the item tip revisions in a stream in Dimensions CM

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