Idea ID: 2873748

Prevent the user to check in files when File size not more than XXXMB

Status: New Idea

Hi Team,

It would be great if dimensions CM have an option to Prevent the user to check in files when File size not more than XXXMB!

Thanks,

Arun.

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  • Hello Arun,

    I though about using event callout interface to build a custom DLL trigger for this verification purpose. However my colleague has checked and a file size arrives into events only after the file or new revision has been already added under source control.

    Another possible solution can be doing such post-commit checks using PulseUno Chain or Jenkins job (integrated with Dimensions CM). There file size can be analyzed and chain/job failed notifying via email or MS Teams a committer, other necessary people that there were delivered potentially unexpected file(s).

    Can you describe in more details - where does the requirement about file size come from? Is that to prevent temporary files being mistakenly delivered or anything else?

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    Thanks,
    Alex

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    Alex Shevchenko
    Sr Development Manager
    Although I work for OpenText, I am speaking for myself and not for OpenText.
    If you found this post useful, give it a “Like” or click on "Verify Answer" under the "More" button.

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  • Hello Arun,

    I though about using event callout interface to build a custom DLL trigger for this verification purpose. However my colleague has checked and a file size arrives into events only after the file or new revision has been already added under source control.

    Another possible solution can be doing such post-commit checks using PulseUno Chain or Jenkins job (integrated with Dimensions CM). There file size can be analyzed and chain/job failed notifying via email or MS Teams a committer, other necessary people that there were delivered potentially unexpected file(s).

    Can you describe in more details - where does the requirement about file size come from? Is that to prevent temporary files being mistakenly delivered or anything else?

    --
    Thanks,
    Alex

    --
    Alex Shevchenko
    Sr Development Manager
    Although I work for OpenText, I am speaking for myself and not for OpenText.
    If you found this post useful, give it a “Like” or click on "Verify Answer" under the "More" button.

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