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CMS-XML VM: PCLI - The project root could not be loaded: "ProjectDBPath" -or- The project root could not be loaded: ""
" to it. If the Project Database is using Windows-style paths and PCLI is running on Linux/UNIX, replace all backslash characters (\) with forward slash ones (/) to avoid the shell for treating them as escape characters and mangling the path before it gets to PCLI . If the Version Manager File Server is used to access your project databases, and other users of that File Server can access the identical ProjectDBPath
CMS-XML Using PCLI commands in an UNIX Environment (Slashes or Backslashes, which do I use?)
08:24:22 Apr.23.10 [Error] The project root could not be loaded : "\applescript".
CMS-XML Open PDB - File Server list is empty
This affects all VM clients. Lacking a correct servers.ini configuration, PCLI clients will report "The project root could not be loaded " error when trying to pass a File Server based PDB path.
CMS-XML PCLI: The entity (or entities) for "..." could not be loaded.
PCLI commands that require an entity path to operate (e.g. ListVersionedFiles, Get, Put, etc...) will fail if the specified entity path does not exist. A common reason for this error is that the entity path is mistakenly specified as a directory path, or backslashes (\) are being used on Windows platforms to separate the projects in the entity path. Example:
CMS-XML Windows GUI and PCLI launchers should dump stack if they cannot launch the Java application
". Even if you launch the GUI in console mode (the first thing someone in support will ask the customer to do), the answer still isn't shown. The win32 launcher should display the root cause if there is an exception loading the GUI or PCLI .
PDF Microsoft PowerPoint - 574-BOM4 - Track4 - Richard Gering - Leveraging PCLI [Read-Only]
The PCLI script ran faster because the PCLI interpreter did not have to be invoked two more times, avoiding: 1. Raw PCLI startup time 2. The time it takes to load and parse the PDB meta-data ( root file structure, Config file, Access Control Database file)
MS-POWERPOINT Leveraging PCLI to extend the use of Version Manager
Raw PCLI startup time The time it takes to load and parse the PDB meta-data ( root file structure, Config file, Access Control Database file) The performance advantages of using PCLI scripts become even more prevalent when a File Server is used, because files read from a File Server are locally cached for the duration of the PCLI session (File Server Client Cache).
CMS-XML PCLI get command on UNIX client throws "could not read the information stored in the archive" error, but the desktop client GUI running on the same system has no problems getting this file
This problem may be caused by having a Version Manager installation running in setuid (& setgid) mode, with end-users not being a member of the setgid group the VM executables are running with. When setuid mode is enabled, all users are expected to be a member of this group, and use a umask setting that allows group reading (the second to last digit that is returned by the command "umask" should be 0 or 2).
CMS-XML VM 8.2.x - VM desktop client GUI does not start, PCLI shows error Could not load NSLDAPSSL32V60.dll
over ones found in %PATH%. Once the incompatible libraries get loaded into memory, the VM applications fail to start and pass the error to the user.
CMS-XML VM: CAC Login Error: Unable to load pkcs11 provider for CAC null
PCLI users using the login ID CAC_LOGIN get : CAC Login Error: Unable to load pkcs11 provider for CAC null VM 8.5.x users might also get:
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