7.0-dm_containment

DM_CONTAINMENT


ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_INIT3]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: The type manager returned an error storing the dmContainment type.
CAUSE: Unknown.
ACTION: Look at the error logged by the type manager. Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum site representative.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_INIT4]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: The type manager returned an error converting the dm_containment type.
CAUSE: Unknown.
ACTION: Look at the error message logged by the type manager. Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum Site Representative.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_INIT1]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: The dmContainment type was found in the database without a version stamp.
CAUSE: Unknown.
ACTION: Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum site representative.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_TYPE_CONVERSION]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: I Failed to convert type dm_containment to version %d.
CAUSE: Type conversion failed.
ACTION: Report the problem. $Id: dmcompos.e,v 5.0 1998/01/10 02:07:31 sol_ora Exp $ dmComposite class errors
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ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_INIT2]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: II Version stamp %d was expected to be %d.
CAUSE: The version stamp that the dmContainment object software expected was different from the actual version stamp in the database.
ACTION: You must upgrade your DocuServer database to conform to the software that you are running. If your software and data are consistent, then report a bug. Also, Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum site representative.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_F_INT1]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: S The following database query %s could not be executed.
CAUSE: Inconsistency between the server and the sysobject type.
ACTION: Look at the error logged by the database. Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum Site
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_UPDATE_FAIL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS Database update on the following table %s generated the following database %s error.
CAUSE: Used for internal purpose.
ACTION: Report to your sys admin.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_BAD_PARAM]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S Invalid object id %s specified.
CAUSE: Used for internal purpose.
ACTION: Report to Docuemtum.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_CHANGE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS The current user %s has insufficient privileges to save or destroy %s containment.
CAUSE: A user with insufficient privileges tried to save or destroy a containment object.
ACTION: See your sysadmin.
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ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_INVALID_COMPONENT]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: D Component object with id %s does not exist.
CAUSE: The component could be destroyed by another user.
ACTION: Please make sure that the chosen component object is still in the docbase.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_CANT_FETCH]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: D Cannot fetch – Invalid object ID %s
CAUSE: Could not fetch an object with the given id.
ACTION: This is probably caused by a bad ID. Or, possibly, a connection to the Documentum server could not be established.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_FETCH_FAIL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS Database fetching on the following table %s generated the following database %s error.
CAUSE: Used for internal purpose.
ACTION: Report to your sys admin.
PARAMS:

ERROR: [DM_CONTAINMENT_E_CURSOR_FAIL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS The following query %s generated the following database %s error
CAUSE: Used for internal purpose.
ACTION: Report to your sys admin.
PARAMS:

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