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CMS-XML Creating a Notification for a Due Date
If it does, it sends an email (if that's the action required for the notification). In a "Due Date" scenario, there is no change being made to the item; the only change happening is time passing, which doesn't cause anything to be written to the Change History table. If a change is made to the item, the rule will then check the date and send email if the date is passed, but the change to the item may not happen until long after the due date .
CMS-XML "Due Date event was removed as deprecated" message in ns.log
The following info message in the ns.log means that a delay is set on a notification to send when the interval between [some field] and current date becomes less than some value and the date value that is stored in [some field] on the item is already in the past: [DueDateService] -- Due Date event was removed as deprecated
CMS-XML DueDateProcess in Notification Server may freeze after database connection issues causing delay notifications to not send
In some cases, the DueDateProcess in Notification Server may freeze after database connection issues which can cause delay notifications not to send until the SBM Tomcat service is restarted. If the DueDateProcess has been frozen for a period of time and delay notification emails were not sent, you will see a series of messages in the ns.log that say "[DueDateService] -- Due Date event was removed as deprecated : NotificationEvent" which means that the delay time has already passed and the event is being removed without sending the email.
CMS-XML Creating Delayed Notifications
For example, you may want to send a notification to employees when the due date for a work item has passed. If the item has been closed before the due date, the notification is not sent. In this case, the timer for the delay is started when the work item is assigned to the user, the delay parameter is " Due Date Is Greater Than 1 Day," and the Termination
CMS-XML How to automatically transition an item with a delay
If you wish to have an item automatically transition based upon comparing the current date and time with a value stored in a date/time field on the item (e.g. for approaching a deadline or after a certain amount of time has elapsed), you can do so by setting up a notification configured to run a transition with a delay.
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Solution: Consider assigning each functional component of the application to its own release package, all of which share the same release calendar. The same deadline dates and notifications will then apply to all packages that must be synchronized. Moreover, workgroups responsible for a downstream lifecycle phase (such as construction or testing) can check the release calendar associated with any package that transitions into their area of responsibility.
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For example, you may want to send a notification to employees when the due date for a work item has passed. If the item has been closed before the due date , the notification is not sent. In this case, the timer for the delay is started when the work item is assigned to the user, the delay parameter is "Due Date Is Greater Than 1 Day," and the Termination rule is "Item Is Closed."
CMS-XML Start Date for notification server is UTC and not timezone of server
Start Date for notification server is UTC and not timezone of server
CMS-XML Notification Server Start Date Shows Unreadable Character
Notification Server Start Date Shows Unreadable Character
CMS-XML Notification history uses event date instead of message date
Notification history appears to have duplicate recipient entries for repeat or escalated notifications . The notification date and time is shown with a list of recipients that is duplicated.
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