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CMS-XML KM-Dim7: Is there a size limitation on change documents or maximum number of change docs Dimensions will handle?
KM-Dim7: Is there a size limitation on change documents or maximum number of change docs Dimensions will handle?
CMS-XML Attachment with a file size of 0 being generated when creating a request
Attachment with a file size of 0 being generated when creating a request
CMS-XML Sending unformatted dumps to Serena, which are read using IPCS. Size verification required.
Sending unformatted dumps to Serena, which are read using IPCS. Size verification required .
CMS-XML The XML request exceeded the elementcount, recommend 256
The SERXMLxx routines all have an artificial limit on the size of XMLIN. The XML input data stream is limited to 32,000 bytes. This applies to SERXMLRC (REXX), SERXMLBC (Batch), SERXMLCC (COBOL) and SERXMLAC (Assembler).
CMS-XML Popup for component version selection after Request Process is not scrollable and cannot be paged.
If a an application process utilizes more components than can fit on one screen (perhaps two dozen components or more), when the user selects Request Process and the user gets the popup for version selection, the list on the popup exceeds the display size and cannot be paged nor scrolled. This problem has been observed in SRA 4.0.1 through 4.5.1.
CMS-XML Classic UI, Navigation Pane ( LEFT or RIGHT ), resizing to infinity may overload tmtrack with requests.
If you double-click the small sizing arrows in the Navigation pane of the classic User Workspace (now that the slider has been removed), it is possible to cause the client to go into a loop. You will see that the divider between the navigation pane and the main pane shifts either left or right and continues to do so. Clicking on either of the arrows will stop the process.
CMS-XML DIm12: Are file attachments to a request compressed when added to the database?
The only data conversion is uuencode that applies to all attachments, both binary files and text files. That is why actual size consumed by the "data" field of the CM_DBFILES table can be about 30% more than the original size of the file. Thus, it can be reasonable to attach big files already compressed with ZIP/RAR/7-Zip to save database space.
CMS-XML DMCM: Database sizing calculator
Each item revision takes about 5kB Each request takes about 13kB (including a detailed description of approximately 5kB) Each time an item revision appears in a stream/project it takes about 512 extra bytes
CMS-XML TSO regions sizes unchanged due to missing TSONVRGN parameter in global table
JOBNAME: ITS9333 DISPLAY VMAP: _ < 16MB > 16MB REGION REQUESTED : 8192K REGION LIMIT 8256K 32768K DISPLAY FORMAT: K (K=KBYTES P=PERCENT) REGION SIZE 6976K 12100K
CMS-XML 12.x / 14.x : Trying to relate a request to several design parts, got the error : AFFECTED_PARTS specified should be no more than 16383 characters long
the reason is the size of the string which contains the list of all design parts to relate to the request is greater to the max size (16383) of the parameter AFFECTED_PARTS Workaround is to retry the relate operation with a smaller number of design parts until the error no longer occurs and then split the relate operation in several pieces
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