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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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Diawo Mayaki

How To Deploy Office Web Apps Server 2013

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The 4 Steps Of Office Web Apps Server 2013 Installation Office Web Apps provides browser-based versions of Excel, One Note, Word and PowerPoint. It also helps users who access files through SharePoint 2013. The objective of this topic is to define the steps to install office web apps 2013, create the farm and the binding so that it can be used within SharePoint 2013 test environment. For this example, we have the following systems in…

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Diawo Mayaki

SharePoint Application Server Role, Web Server IIS Role Error

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Bypassing SharePoint Server 2013 Prerequisites Installation Error On Windows Server 2016   SYMPTOMS Before running the setup of SharePoint 2013 on Windows Server 2016, the prerequisites as the application server role and the web server role have to be installed and during that process, the following error message appears: ROOT CAUSE This error occurs when one or more of the following conditions is true: The product preparation tool does not progress past the configuring application…

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Cesare Cervini

systemd configurations for Documentum

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systemd configurations for Documentum systemd has been with us for several years now and has slowly made its way into most Linux distributions. While it has generated much controversy among sysV init hard core, the fact is that it is here to stay and we, Documentum administrators, don’t have our say in this topic. In effect, it does not impact us very much, except that a little translation work is necessary to switch to it,…

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Guillaume Fuchs

Documentum – xPlore – How to Improve the Search results in DA or D2

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When supporting Documentum, we often got complaining from users like “The search is not working” or “I cannot find my document”. The first reflex is to verify if the xPlore is working properly. The second reflex is to perform a search test but all is working correctly. Then we contact user to get more details about his search. Sometimes the only problem is that user does not use the search properly. Indeed the Documentum search…

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Cesare Cervini

Two techniques for cloning a repository filestore, part II

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This is part II of a two-part article. In part I, we introduced the Documentum repository file structure and saw a first way to transfer content files from one filesystem to another using the repository to get their full path on disk. We saw how to generate an easy to parallelize set of rsync commands to completely or partially copy a repository’s content files. Here, we’ll show another way to do that which does not…

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Cesare Cervini

Two techniques for cloning a repository filestore, part I

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I must confess that my initial thought for the title was “An optimal repository filestore copy”. Optimal, really ? Relatively to what ? Which variable(s) define(s) the optimality ? Speed/time to clone ? Too dependent on the installed hardware and software, and the available resources and execution constraints. Simplicity to do it ? Too simple a method can result in a very long execution time while complexity can give a faster solution but be fragile,…

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