Create CFS notifications to scan Content Manager with ControlPoint

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When you scan Content Manager with ControlPoint, don’t forget to activate CFS notifications on Content Manager side.

This populates the TSNOTIFICA table in Content Manager that is used by ControlPoint connector to get the files.

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  • Thanks Colin, It seems ACI API call happening during this action and I can see some error in the event viewer as below. Does anyone experienced this behaviour? If not, I will log a call for this.

    Details:
    Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciResponseException: URI not available ---> Autonomy.Aci.ResponseException: Error returned from server.
    at Autonomy.Aci.Response.CheckForAciErrors(XmlDocument document)
    at Autonomy.Aci.Response.Create(String xmlData)
    at Autonomy.Aci.Connection.Execute(Command command)
    at Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciNetExtensions.ConnectionExtension.ExecuteWithRetries(IConnection connection, Command command, Int32 maximumAttempts)
    at Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciServer.Execute(IActionCommand command)

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  • Thanks Colin, It seems ACI API call happening during this action and I can see some error in the event viewer as below. Does anyone experienced this behaviour? If not, I will log a call for this.

    Details:
    Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciResponseException: URI not available ---> Autonomy.Aci.ResponseException: Error returned from server.
    at Autonomy.Aci.Response.CheckForAciErrors(XmlDocument document)
    at Autonomy.Aci.Response.Create(String xmlData)
    at Autonomy.Aci.Connection.Execute(Command command)
    at Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciNetExtensions.ConnectionExtension.ExecuteWithRetries(IConnection connection, Command command, Int32 maximumAttempts)
    at Autonomy.Idol.Framework.AciServer.Execute(IActionCommand command)

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