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Morgan Patou

WebLogic – Update on the WLST monitoring

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A few years ago, I wrote this blog about a WLST script to monitor a WebLogic Server. At that time, we were managing a Documentum Platform with 115 servers and now, it’s more than 700 servers so I wanted to come back in this blog with an update on the WLST script. 1. Update of the WLST script needed Over the past two years, we installed a lot of new servers with a lot of…

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Cesare Cervini

How to stop Documentum processes in a docker container, and more (part I)

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How to stop Documentum processes in a docker container, and more Ideally, but not mandatorily, the management of Documentum processes is performed at the service level, e.g. by systemd. In my blog here, I showed how to configure init files for Documentum under systemd. But containers don’t have systemd, yet. They just run processes, often only one, sometimes more if they are closely related together (e.g. the docbroker, the method server and the content servers),…

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Stephane Biehler

OpenText Enterprise World Europe 2019 – Day 3

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Last but not least, today was mainly dedicated to demos and customer cases. It started with the global stream presenting some OpenText applications like Core for Quality: An application developed with AppWorks and integrated to Magellan. It was meant to manage quality issues and connected to Documentum in order to link issues with SOP documents. In the different demos we saw the integration of these SaaS applications in OT2 and their responsiveness (drag and drop…

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Stephane Biehler

OpenText Enterprise World Europe 2019 – Day 2

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Day 2 of OTEW, we followed the global stream this morning which was taking most of the points from yesterday. But we had the pleasure to have a session from Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist, Futurist and popularizer of science. He wrote several books about physics and how he sees the future. He sees us in the next 20 years ultra connected with internet lenses, the Moore’s law will collapse in 2025 where it will…

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Stephane Biehler

OpenText Enterprise World Europe 2019 – Partner Day

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First day of the #OTEW here at the Austria International Center in Vienna, Guillaume Fuchs and I where invited to assist to the Partner Global sessions. Welcome to OTEW Vienna 2019 Mark J. Barrenechea, the OpenText’s CEO & CTO, started the day with some generic topics concerning the global trends and achievements like: More and More partners and sponsors Cloud integration direction Strong security brought to customers AI & machine learning new trend New customer…

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David Diab

Documentum – MigrationUtil – 2 – Change Docbase Name

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You are attending the second episode of the MigrationUtil series, today we will change the Docbase Name. If you missed the first one, you can find it here. I did this change on Documentum CS 16.4 with Oracle database, on the same docbase I already used to change the docbase ID. My goal is to do both changes on the same docbase because that’s what I will need in the future.

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David Diab

Documentum – Process Builder Installation Fails

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A couple of weeks ago, at a customer I received an incident from the application team regarding an error occurred when installing Process Builder. The error message was: “The Process Engine license has not been enabled or is invalid in the ‘RADEV’ repository. The Process Engine license must be enabled to use the Process Builder. Please see your system administrator.”

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