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  • I know this can be achieved by D2 dictionary but that needs to be managed, instead I was thinking if we can get years through DQL ? Don't do that - it has poor performance.
  • Opentext says is Documentum 16.4 not unsupported with RHEL 7.6. Any successful installation on RHEL 7.5 or above ?. Sounds odd: I always thought expression like "RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX 7.X(7.3) X64 OS" means "we support RHEL 7.3 and later"…
  • Though there is no built-in length function, you can take advantage of substr function to figure out whether your repository contains problematic objects or not, e.g. query like: select r_object_id, object_name from dm_document where substr(objec…
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version - all other thoughts are wrong. To determine whether external logic creates brand new object you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (in ca…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version - all other thoughts are wrong. To determine whether external logic creates brand new object you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (in ca…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version - all other thoughts are wrong. To determine whether external logic creates brand new object you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (in ca…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version - all other thoughts are wrong. To determine whether external logic creates brand new object you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (in ca…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version - all other thoughts are wrong. To determine whether external logic creates brand new object you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (in ca…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • The only point you are correct is checkin may either produce new version or save to the same version. to determine whether external logic creates brand new sysobject you need to override both doSave and doSaveEx (overriding only doSave is wrong b…
    in TBO Info Comment by PanfilovAB May 2018
  • How much would you like to spend on your monitoring project?