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CMS-XML Deploying a process app from an older version of SBM into the repository should warn user that the Process App should be upgraded in Composer first
Deploying a process app from an older version of SBM into the repository should warn user that the Process App should be upgraded in Composer first
CMS-XML SDA: Deleting old component versions
The ultimate goal is to save space and deleting the old component version from the file system. When attempting to delete a version through the UI, it is disallowed due to the fact that the version has been used as part of a deployment . When a user tries to delete this version, they will get an error such as:
CMS-XML DIM: No longer works following the release of Java 7 Update 51 (on January 14th 2014) if an older version of the Java plug-in is installed
To be able to continue using the older JRE installation, you must disable run-time checking of newer JRE versions. This can be done by editing the file %LocalAppData%Low\Sun\Java\ Deployment \deployment.properties while no JRE is running.
CMS-XML VM I-Net no longer works following the release of Java 7 Update 51 (on January 14th 2014) if an older version of the Java plug-in is installed
Disable run-time checking of newer JRE versions. This can be done by editing the file %LocalAppData%Low\Sun\Java\ Deployment \deployment.properties
CMS-XML The SBM Composer is using an old label when deploying
The SBM Composer is using an old label when deploying
CMS-XML Cannot deploy from patch context
In Composer 1, open tip of Process App. In Composer 2, open older version of same PA, select 'Use Patch Context'. In Composer 2 [Patch], add new Transition and new Application Variable.
CMS-XML SBM Composer - getting exceptions error on older APPs when deploying
SBM Composer - getting exceptions error on older APPs when deploying
CMS-XML Error on deploy : Cannot schedule a development deploy since the mashup blueprint doesn't have development content.
If you clear up your old versions of your Process Apps from the Application Repository and delete the very first one you can no longer do a development deploy (with create versions of Process App Elements unchecked) from Composer. You get the following error in Composer:
CMS-XML MCLG: 5.1.2.5 Hot fix: Deploy, AssetQuery, Styles, Links, and FireFox
Click "Upgrade Project" when you receive this message. Also remember that once a project is upgraded, you can no longer roll back the installation to an older version . Because of this, as with any upgrade, be sure you have a good backup of the database prior to upgrading the projects.
CMS-XML SBM: When checkin or deploy from Composer, get error: Cannot restore an asset that has not been deleted
On the Deployments tab, find the process app which needs to be re-synced, and choose to do a "Get" (called "Get from Application Engine" in older versions ).
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