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Documentum : Execution CMD/PowerShell Via Job/Method
Hello, Sometimes, the execution of a job/method Documentum via Java Method Server (JMS) can generate a Core dump error for various reasons : content file protected, document corrupted, ...etc...especially when using IRM protection which produces the stopping of DCTM job. Here, an example of error: So, I will try to expose a simple solution in order to avoid the stopping of JMS ...more»
Documentum : Audit trail entries dm_audittrail / SessionConfig / application_code
Hi, After my previous posts concerning the Documentum audit trail entries (dm_audittrail) http://www.javablog.fr/documentum-creation-of-audit-trail-entries-dm_audittrail.html and http://www.javablog.fr/deleting-of-audit-trail-entries-dm_audittrail.html, here, I would like to expose a solution in order to force content server to store some extra information in dm_audittrail.application_code. This information stored in the SessionConfig allows the identification of dm_audittrail / dm_audittrail_acl created through the current session. Here, DQL example: Here, JAVA DFC example: Best ...more»
Documentum : Deleting of audit trail entries dm_audittrail
Hi, After the post on creation of audittrail (http://www.javablog.fr/documentum-creation-of-audit-trail-entries-dm_audittrail.html), I would like to present the purge of audittrail because "DELL ECM/OpenTxt" advises to purge/archive the audittrail data in order to improve the system's performances.   So, several solutions are possibles: archiving the audittrail in external database, then, deleting these events in audittrail via custom jobs, deleting the useless audittrail of technical events (custom indexation,...) ...more»
Documentum : Principal-Mode Authentication : Use of IDfPrincipalSupport
Hi, After the post concerning the Documentum : Ticketed Authentication, Generation Of DM_TICKET, I would expose in this post the principal-mode authentication via the use of IDfPrincipalSupport interface. The DFC javadoc describes this interface: An interface supported by classes that can establish sessions using principal-mode authentication. Principal-mode authentication is a form of authentication in which the caller has already established the ...more»
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