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CMS-XML User unable to see particpating packages listed under the complex package for applications they do not have access to
Prior to upgrade to ZMF 8.2 Patch 1, a user on ZMF v8.1.1.01 or v8.1.4 was able to display a complex package and see all the participating packages, even those participating packages for application packages the user did not have access to (ex: AUTHORIZATION FAILED and CMN1090A - Application access denied.).
CMS-XML Privileges for selected user in Application Repository, save button is saving to all users
In Application Administrator, in the Process Apps tab and the Privileges tab at the bottom. You can give users privileges for View Component, Edit Component, Publish Component, and Deploy Component. There are “Save to all users” and “Save” buttons to save those privileges.
CMS-XML User with View All attachments privilege doesn't see unrestricted attachments
Steps to Reproduce: Login as another user that can add attachments and set unrestricted option. Add note/url/file attachment to any item in the application 1 and set Unrestricted checkbox to these attachments
CMS-XML Application unresponsiive when a user access non permissable views
Application unresponsiive when a user access non permissable views
CMS-XML ECP cannot see applications or packages when DS user uses 'Advanced' properties
When a ChangeMan DS user uses the Advanced properties to validate user against an operating system, ECP does not display any applications or packages when successfully connected to DS server. Connection to the DS server through ECP is successful, but when searching, no applications are listed within the drop down box. No results found when searching wild cards.
CMS-XML Activity view for application group returns No data found even though on feed preview, items are returned
User one sees the Activity View correctly, user two however sees a message in the Activity "No data found" Interestingly, if user two edits the Activity View the feed preview shows the correct results. A possible workaround is to grant all users the relevant View Field privileges for all the fields used in the Activity View .
CMS-XML Updating home page report on multiple users or a group in Application Administrator updates for all applications
Updating home page report on multiple users or a group in Application Administrator updates for all applications
CMS-XML Set home page by user gets copied to second application tab
2) Create a new user who has privileges to see both workflows. 3) Login as this user . 4) Verify that for both mashups (tabs) the user sees the default 'no home page' message with the list of actions that the user may want to do. 5) Set the ' All Items I Own' report for Mashup A as the home page ... 7) Notice that the ' All Items I Own' report for Mashup A is now also the home page on Mashup B.
CMS-XML KM-Dim10: Install patch 10.1.0.2 and receives Install Shield error "1063: Error installing Windows Installer engine. A file which needs to be replaced may be held in use. Close all applications and try again."
In Windows 2003 Server SP1 environment, when the user try to install Dimensions 10.1.0.2 patch, they get Install shield error "1063: Error installing Windows Installer engine. ... Close all applications and try again." ... See
CMS-XML Modifications to the view by the user persist across databases
The state of the application is per user , not per database. For example, if a user logs onto the Portfolio Edge product and hides the Portfolios and Actions panes, and then logs onto the Portfolio Edge product using a different database but the same user name, the Portfolios and Actions panes will be hidden in the second database as well."
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