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Messages - Darrell Bryant

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z/OS Server / Re: MAXMMAPAREA
« on: May 04, 2023, 08:13:27 AM »
The Content Manager OnDemand Best Practices Guide, found here:
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/content-manager-ondemand-best-practices-guide
recommends a setting of 120000.
Absent any newer information, I would start with that recommendation.

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Report Indexing / Re: Failure with special character
« on: March 03, 2023, 02:11:56 PM »
Any change to ARS.CFG requires a restart of arssockd.

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Report Indexing / Re: Failure with special character
« on: March 03, 2023, 06:10:41 AM »
If you have a test environment, you might experiment with the ARS_USE_OLD_STYLE_CASE parameter in the ARS.CFG file.

Use the following if upper casing expands the number of characters, for example the German Ezett () expands to SS with the new style (ICU) upper casing
In the ARS.CFG:
# Use old style upper casing to prevent character expansion
#
ARS_USE_OLD_STYLE_CASE=1

When value of ARS_USE_OLD_STYLE_CASE is:

(0) - then we do all upper/lower casing in UTF-16 (no change)
(1) - then we do all upper/lower casing in OS level codepage we are running under (no change)
this was really added just to prevent the german sharp s () character not expand to multiple bytes (which it does in UTF-8)
(2) - we now upper/lower case in UTF-16 (however we specifically prevent from being done).
We then convert this back to the native codepage (of the data) - then compare to the original string that was provided to us.
If we find any characters that are not found (e.g. ICU will change the char to be a substitution char),
we will put the original char back into the upper/lower case string. If for any reason this fails we will
default as if the ARS_USE_OLD_STYLE_CASE=1 for that string.

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Report Indexing / Re: Character removal question
« on: February 22, 2023, 09:49:44 AM »
Character removal on the Application Group > Field Information tab is used to 'cleanup' search values entered by the end user before querying the database.
From the Administrator Client help text:

String Embedded. You can define from one to eight characters that Content Manager OnDemand removes from search values typed by the user before querying the database. Content Manager OnDemand can remove embedded, leading, and trailing characters. For example, suppose you define a field to store index values that contain phone numbers. The values in the database contain only numbers. That is, the values do not include the dash character. However, when users query the database with a phone number, they typically type search strings such as 303-555-1212. Since the database values do not include the dash character, Content Manager OnDemand would not find a document to match the query. However, you can use the Embedded field to enable users to type values that include the dash character. Simply type a dash character in the Embedded field. That way, the user can type 303-555-1212 (or 3035551212) in the search field. Content Manager OnDemand removes all occurrences of the character specified in the Embedded field from the search string typed by the user before querying the database.


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z/OS Server / Re: z/OS CMOD Postprocessor documentation -- where is it?
« on: February 20, 2023, 01:46:13 PM »
The documentation for using postprocessor parameters with Content Manager OnDemand for i is available at:
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/318815

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Content Navigator / Re: ICN Architecture
« on: January 31, 2023, 06:06:15 AM »

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Report Indexing / Re: Posting date issue
« on: October 03, 2022, 10:59:13 AM »
Are you running ACIF on MP or z/OS? ACIF on MP supports regular expressions to locate triggers and fields. This provides additional flexibility in locating them in your report. As I recall, ACIF on MP also support specification of a column range for triggers, but I have not found documentation on that.

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Hi Helle,

The splash screen shows the major version (10.5) but not the fix pack level.
You need to create the product.inf file to prevent the standard About panel from displaying.
Also, when logged on the client displays the server version & fix pack on the Status bar at the bottom of the screen. This can be set on or off from the client. From the menu select Options > Display Server on Status Bar.


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It is possible to customize the About dialog box. See the 2Q214 OnDemand Newsletter, page 4. The newsletters are available here:
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/628001

It is also possible to not have the splash screen displayed when the client starts. See the OnDemand documentation for details:
https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/cmofm/10.5.0?topic=acsup-displaying-content-manager-ondemand-splash-screen-about-window

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MP Server / Re: log4j question within jars dir
« on: August 03, 2022, 10:20:16 AM »
Do you receive the OnDemand newsletter? The 2022Q1 newsletter contains details and links on the log4j issue and also lists which components of OnDemand are affected at each server version.  You can access the newsletters here:
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/628001

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Announcements & News / Re: SECURITY - IBM FLASH update on Log4j
« on: July 21, 2022, 11:56:54 AM »
Server level 10.5.0.4 is the fixing level. As is 10.1.0.10. Or any higher levels.
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/6602955

Or you can patch it manually if you don't want to run the current server level.

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Application group query information is captured in the system log only if it has been turned in the Application Group, the default is that query activity is not logged. The message numbers are 65 (before the query is run) and 226 (after the query is run, contains the number of hits returned).
Document retrieval information is logged by default, but can be turned off. The message number is 66.
All loading activity is logged. The message number is 87. This can also be determined from the System Load facility.

If this is a small customer with only one System Log table (SL2) then you can use SQL to analyze the activity. If they have multiple System Log tables then I think is easier to perform the analysis by searching the System Log using the client.

Using the client you could pick a date range, specify an In search for Msg Num with value 65 66 87, and a Like search for Message with value %<name of AG>%.

I don't know enough SQL to only return one row per AG per activity (query, retrieve, load), which is what you want.

As for leaving the Document Activity Tracking turned on in the AG permanently, I would say it depends on the existing workload on the system. Having the current information might be valuable to some customers, justifying the overhead.

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MP Server / Re: Successful Load Fails to Unload
« on: June 22, 2022, 04:12:43 AM »
When specifying the load id you can always specify the dates as 0.  The application id is also optional.

For example, you could use either of these formats:

13031-46-0-57FAA-0-0-0
or
13031-46-0-57FAA-0-0

See the documentation of arsadmin parameters here:
https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/cmofm/10.5.0?topic=arsadmin-parameters

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At v7.5 the Add Report (ADDRPTOND) command now supports the ability to convert an input spooled file from SCS or AFPDS to PDF before indexing and loading into Content Manager OnDemand. Subsequent retrievals of the archived data are displayed and printed as PDF.

This support uses the PDF Indexer, and requires the full Adobe Acrobat product on the workstation of any administrator that is using the graphical indexer to create parameters for the PDF Indexer.

The new support requires IBM Transform Services for i licensed program product (5770-TS1).

More details will be in the 2Q2022 OnDemand Newsletter.

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Other / Re: ARSDOC Delete - Can a file be 'Undeleted'?
« on: May 27, 2022, 09:36:49 AM »
The document is not actually deleted, just the indexes.  You could try to recover that one index from a backup of the AG index table.  Or you could try to recreate the indexes based on the offsets and sizes from the other documents in that specific load.

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