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CMS-XML KM-Dim7: Error when exporting Process Model ERROR: "ORA-00904: Invalid Column Name"
KM-Dim7: Error when exporting Process Model ERROR: "ORA-00904: Invalid Column Name"
CMS-XML DIM CM: Export Process Model fails when target dir contains spaces
DIM CM: Export Process Model fails when target dir contains spaces
CMS-XML KM-Dim10: To create a new base database or export a process model you must issue the CRDB or EXPM commands in DMDBA
EXPM <exportfilename> <product-id> /basedb=<basedbname> To create a new base database with the recently exported process model , the command is a follows: dmdba system/<password>@<SID>
CMS-XML KM-Dim9: Data Formats and Mime Type lost using EXPM and CRDB
KM-Dim9: Data Formats and Mime Type lost using EXPM and CRDB
CMS-XML Dim12: DMDBA and SQLServer: Running EXPM gets error - you do not have sufficient database privileges
Dim12: DMDBA and SQLServer: Running EXPM gets error - you do not have sufficient database privileges
CMS-XML Dim10: DMDBA command EXPM based on product fails on UNIX
Dim10: DMDBA command EXPM based on product fails on UNIX
CMS-XML Dim12: EXPM: EXPM fails at line 86 of $dm_root/dbms/common/expm.sql
Dim12: EXPM : EXPM fails at line 86 of $dm_root/dbms/common/expm.sql
CMS-XML Dim12: EXPM: The expm command successfully runs but the generated export file has a size of 0 bytes on the disk
Dim12: EXPM : The expm command successfully runs but the generated export file has a size of 0 bytes on the disk
CMS-XML Dim14: EXPM: Problem when EXPM is done in Dimensions CM 12.2.2.3 and CRDB in 14.0.1.2
Dim14: EXPM : Problem when EXPM is done in Dimensions CM 12.2.2.3 and CRDB in 14.0.1.2
CMS-XML Dim10: Log file is not generated when using the EXPM command as noted in Admin Guide on Unix machines
Dim10: Log file is not generated when using the EXPM command as noted in Admin Guide on Unix machines
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