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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  • I did a test using CP 5.8 and CM 9.4 and it worked. I was able to click the link shortcut and it launched the CM web client and took me to the file.

    Try the following:

    Open the link shortcut file created using notepad.

    Then copy the full http reference and paste into a browser.

    Check if you see a RELOCATED ITEM page

    e.g. 

    RELOCATED ITEM
    Redirect to relocated item
    This item has been moved. You will automatically be redirected to the new location in 3 seconds.
    To access this item at its new location, please click the link below:
    http://<CMServer>/contentmanager?uri=5031&t=record&lang=ln_english&mbd=false

     

    This automatically redirected within a few seconds to display my file in the web client.

    If you are still having issues I would recommend you raise a support call.

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  • I did a test using CP 5.8 and CM 9.4 and it worked. I was able to click the link shortcut and it launched the CM web client and took me to the file.

    Try the following:

    Open the link shortcut file created using notepad.

    Then copy the full http reference and paste into a browser.

    Check if you see a RELOCATED ITEM page

    e.g. 

    RELOCATED ITEM
    Redirect to relocated item
    This item has been moved. You will automatically be redirected to the new location in 3 seconds.
    To access this item at its new location, please click the link below:
    http://<CMServer>/contentmanager?uri=5031&t=record&lang=ln_english&mbd=false

     

    This automatically redirected within a few seconds to display my file in the web client.

    If you are still having issues I would recommend you raise a support call.

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