7.0-dm_scnfg

DM_SCNFG


ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_INIT3]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: The type manager returned an error storing the server_config type.
CAUSE: Unknown.
ACTION: Look at the error logged by the type manager. Report this message and any parameters to your Documentum site representative.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_INIT4]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: The type manager returned an error converting the dm_server_config 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.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_INIT1]

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

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: I Failed to convert type dm_serverconfig to version %d.
CAUSE: Type conversion failed.
ACTION: Report the problem. Storage errors (c) Copyright Documentum, Inc., 1991 – 1995. All rights reserved
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_SYBASE_INIT1]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: I In-place conversion is not supported for the Sybase database with version stamp %d.
CAUSE: For Sybase database, in-place conversion is only supported for version 2.0.5 or upper
ACTION: You need to use dump and load method to upgrade your database.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_INIT2]

SEVERITY: FATAL
DESCRIPTION: II Version stamp %d was expected to be %d.
CAUSE: The version stamp that the dmServer_Config 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.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_F_INT1]

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

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: The value count of projection attributes (projection_targets,projection_proxval,projection_notes,projection_enable) are not consistent.
CAUSE: Fail to maintain same value count while editing these attributes.
ACTION: Add or remove attribute values to make them consistent.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_CANT_FETCH_INVALID_ID]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: D Cannot fetch a server_config – 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.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INCR_LENGTH_TOO_LONG]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: L While upgrading to version %d: Failed when trying to increase the length of a dm_server_config attribute because the attribute is too long.
CAUSE: The IncreaseLength function was called on an attribute which was too long. A previous upgrade step may have failed.
ACTION: Contact your Documentum Site Representative.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_CANT_SAVE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S Cannot save %s server_config.
CAUSE: One or more operations has failed during this save. Consult the following error message(s) for more help.
ACTION: Try again after fixing previous problems.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_CANT_CREATE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: Cannot create a server_config object.
CAUSE: Could not create a server_config object. Most likely the server is out of memory.
ACTION: Restart your session and talk to your sysadmin.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_REINIT]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S The current user (%s) needs to have superuser or sysadmin privilege to reinit the server.
CAUSE: Must have Superuser or SysAdmin privilege to reinit server.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_GETTOKEN]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: Superuser privilege is required to execute command gettoken
CAUSE: Must have Superuser privilege to issue gettoken,session,….
ACTION: try as a super-user. PARAMETER: None
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_GETLOGIN]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS The current user (%s) needs to have superuser privilege to login as user %s.
CAUSE: Must have Superuser privilege to issue getlogin,session,other_user.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NO_CONFIG_NAME]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: No configuration name is specified.
CAUSE: User has not specified a configuration object.
ACTION: Specify a unique name.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_MAX_TICKET_TIMEOUT_RANGE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: II Invalid value (%d) for max_login_ticket_timeout. It must be at least (%d).
CAUSE: Specified value for max_login_ticket_timeout is less than 1.
ACTION: Specify a value greater than 1. PARAMETER: User specified value for attribute max_login_ticket_time and the minimum value allowed for max_login_ticket_timeout.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_DUPLICATED_APP_SERVER_NAME]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S The repeating attribute app_server_name contains a duplicate for %s.
CAUSE: Failed to maintain unique app_server_name values while editing these attributes.
ACTION: Remove attribute values to make app_server_name unique.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_SESSC]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: I Concurrent session count %d must be positive.
CAUSE: User tried to specify an invalid concurrent session count.
ACTION: Specify a positive number.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_SECURE_MODE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S Invalid value (%s) specified for secure_connect_mode. Valid values are native, secure, and dual.
CAUSE: Specified value for secure_connect_mode is invalid. Valid values are native, secure, and dual.
ACTION: Reset secure_connect_mode to one of the valid values. PARAMETER: User specified value for attribute secute_connect_mode.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_DEFAULT_ACL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: IS Invalid value %d set for default_acl of the serverconfig %s.
CAUSE: Invalid value is set to default_acl.
ACTION: Provide a valid value (FOLDER: 1, TYPE: 2, USER: 3)
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_SRV_CONFIG]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS You have specified an invalid server config (%s) for the %s command.
CAUSE: If you specify a server config object name in the command, it must be an existing one.
ACTION: You must specify an existing server config object name.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_PROXVAL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: II The projection_proxval[%d] contains invalid value %d.
CAUSE: Invalid value is set for proximitity.
ACTION: Reset proxval value to the valid value.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_WRITE_PERMIT_FOR_LOCK]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SD The current user (%s) needs to have WRITE permit to lock the sysobject (%s).
CAUSE: Must have WRITE permit to lock the sysobject if the user doesnt have SysAdmin privilege.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator. Note that starting from 5.3 SP1, this error is replaced with NEED_VERSION_PERMIT_FOR_LOCK.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_VERSION_PERMIT_FOR_LOCK]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SD The current user (%s) needs to have VERSION permit to lock the sysobject (%s).
CAUSE: Must have VERSION permit to lock the sysobject if the user doesnt have SysAdmin privilege.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_TICKET_TIMEOUT_RANGE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: III Invalid value (%d) is specified for login_ticket_timeout. It must be between %d and %d.
CAUSE: Specified value for login_ticket_timeout is is out of range [1, max_login_ticket_timeout].
ACTION: Specify a value in the allowed range. PARAMETER: User specified value for attribute login_ticket_time, the minimum value allowed for login_ticket_timeout, and the current value of max_login_ticket_timeout.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_VALID_USER_FOR_GETLOGIN]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S The user (%s) needs to be a valid user.
CAUSE: Must have Superuser privilege to issue getlogin,session,other_user.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_LOCK]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SD The current user (%s) needs to have sysadmin privilege to lock a non-sysobject (%s).
CAUSE: Must have SysAdmin privilege to lock a non-sysobject.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_QRY_CACHE_FILE_NAME]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: A filename-generation error has occurred caching results of a cached query.
CAUSE: A filename could not be generated to hold your cached query results. This is an unlikely situation that could be caused by caching too many queries in a session.
ACTION: If you are an end user, you may be running an application that is caching too many queries. Try turning caching off for your session in your dmcl.ini. If you are an application programmer check all the queries in your application and make sure that the ones your are caching are good candidates for caching. Most queries should be run with readquery.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_MAX_TICKET_TIMEOUT_TOO_SMALL]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: II Value (%d) specififed for max_login_ticket_time is smaller than login_ticket_timeout (%d). Please first reset login_ticket_timeout to a smaller value and then try again.
CAUSE: this message is displayed when sysadmin tries to set max_login_ticket_timeout to a value that is smaller than the value of login_ticket_timeout. PARAMETER: The current value of login_ticket_timeout and the value specified for max_login_ticket_timeout.
ACTION: Set login_ticket_timeout to a smaller value first and try again.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INVALID_PORT]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: II The projection_port[%d] contains invalid value %d.
CAUSE: Invalid value is set for port.
ACTION: Reset port value to the valid value.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_DUPLICATED_TARGET_VALUES]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SI The projection attributes contain duplicated target %s with port %d.
CAUSE: Fail to maintain unique target value while editing these attributes.
ACTION: Remove attribute values to make target unique.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INCR_LENGTH_NONEXISTANT_ATTR]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: L While upgrading to version %d: Failed while trying to increase the length of a non-existant attribute in dm_server_config.
CAUSE: Attributes for which the length is being increased should already be in existence before they are lengthened. A previous upgrade step may have failed.
ACTION: Contact your Documentum Site Representative.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INCR_LENGTH_FAILED]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: L While upgrading to version %d: The upgrade failed on widening dm_server_configs attribute lengths.
CAUSE: The database server may have problems widening the column length
ACTION: Check database server log or use sql script(under dba) to upgrade.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_PRIV_FOR_CHANGE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: SS The current user (%s) needs to have superuser or sysadmin privilege to save or destroy %s server_config object.
CAUSE: Must have Superuser or SysAdmin privilege to save/destroy server_config objects.
ACTION: Consult your system administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_CANT_FIND]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S Cannot find %s server_config object.
CAUSE: Could not find the server_config object with the specified name.
ACTION: This is probably caused by invalid name.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_QRY_CACHE_FILE_WRITE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: A file write error has occurred caching results of a cached query.
CAUSE: A failure has occurred while writing your cached query results to the cache file.
ACTION: The probable cause is that your file system is full. You may be caching too many query results, or very large result sets. Try flushing your cache and starting over, or turn off caching in your dmcl.ini. Make sure all the queries that are being cached are appropriate candidates for caching.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_INCONSISTENT_APP_SERVER_ATTRS]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: The value count of app_server attributes (app_server_name, app_server_uri) is not consistent.
CAUSE: Failed to maintain same value count while editing these attributes.
ACTION: Add or remove attribute values to make them consistent.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_QRY_CACHE_FILE]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: A file error has occurred caching results of a cached query.
CAUSE: The file created to hold your cached query results could not be opened.
ACTION: This is an unexpected error that may be cause by a file system problem. Report this problem to your Documentum System Administrator. Meanwhile, to get past the immediate problem, turn caching off for your session in your dmcl.ini.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_MAX_WF_THREADS]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: II Invalid value (%d) is specified for wf_agent_worker_threads. It must be between 1 and %d.
CAUSE: Specified value for wf_agent_worker_threads is invalid. It must be between 0 and 1000
ACTION: Reset wf_agent_worker_threads to a value between 0 and 1000. PARAMETER: User specified value for attribute wf_agent_worker_threads and its maximum.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_E_NEED_VALID_USER_FOR_GETTOKEN]

SEVERITY: ERROR
DESCRIPTION: S The user (%s) must be a valid user or group.
CAUSE: A valid user or group must be specified. If a group, it must be prefixed with DM_GROUP=.
ACTION: Make sure that the specified user or group is valid in the docbase. If a group is specified, make sure it is prefixed with DM_GROUP=
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_W_QRY_CACHE_USER]

SEVERITY: WARNING
DESCRIPTION: S Query caching is disabled for your session. User %s is using your cache directory.
CAUSE: To create the directory name for your cache, your Documentum user name is turned into a string of length eight, followed by a dot, followed by a string of length three. Another users user name has be decomposed into the same directory name. You cannot share the same cache. Query caching is disabled for your session.
ACTION: Change your client local area to a directory that the other user (named in the message) will not use.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_W_QRY_CACHE_DIR]

SEVERITY: WARNING
DESCRIPTION: An error has occurred creating or validating your query cache path. Query caching is disabled for your session.
CAUSE: This is an unexpected error. The types of things that could cause it include: 1) Your client local area path is invalid. 2) There was an error creating or accessing the qrycache directory. 3) There was an error creating or accessing the directory, the directory, or the directory. 4) There was an error while accessing an existing query cache map file.
ACTION: Check your client local area. Look for the qrycache path and the , , and paths for your host, docbase, and user name. Make sure they all have accessible permissions. Check the cache.map file, if it exists. Consult your System Administrator. You may have to delete the directory structure up to the client local area to get the query cache to reinitialize. If the problem is with the client local area itself, see your System Administrator.
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ERROR: [DM_SCNFG_W_QRY_CACHE_QRY]

SEVERITY: WARNING
DESCRIPTION: An unexpected internal error has occurred while initializing your query cache. Query caching is disabled for your session.
CAUSE: An internally generated query required to validate your query cache has failed to run properly. There should be additional error messages that indicate the nature of that failure.
ACTION: Gather all error messages associated with this failure and consult your Documentum System Administrator. There may be a problem with the dm_docbase_config in your docbase. You could also ignore this error query caching is turned off for your session.
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