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Demise of communities.opentext.com

RIP communities.opentext.com Years of developer activity retired…. Just like that How would a developer who does not have access to KB find anything informative? Is that intentional? Why wouldn’t  OT give out a fair warning to migrate content for content owners? … Continue reading

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General Help Series 7 -Upgrading a Livelink System The 10.5 Part

Start with my first article in this series BTW this is kind of a cookery show kind where they put the main course in the oven and take another finished one .I did not accomplish any of this in one … Continue reading

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General Help Series 3-Privileges (Am I allowed something)

Privileges Privileges apply to you as the “user” versus permissions are what the Object allows a “user” to do.There are differences.For e.g for installing something in windows you need to be part of the “administrators” group similarly to install something … Continue reading

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Oscript what is it what and would I use it?

Oscript is  a 4GL that is the basis of the application that the OpenText company adopted when they chose to market Livelink the Document Management System.It is safe to say that anything  the Livelink product lacks and  is a valid requirement can … Continue reading

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