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Why do I receive a "Last Transaction may be incomplete...." after inserting an image in to a requirement description?

Why do I receive a "Last Transaction may be incomplete...." after inserting an image in to a requirement description?

Problem:

Why do I receive a "Last Transaction may be incomplete...." after inserting an image in to a requirement description?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: All
  • Platform/OS Version: All

This could be due to the CaliberRM Database running out of volume space when trying to commit changes to the database.

  1. Check the CaliberRM Database for Free Space. To check the remaining space in the database, launch a command prompt and run the following command to check the remaining space.

    dbmgr -free

    dbmgr free

  2. If the free space in the database is less than 20 % you will need to add a new volume.

  3. Add Volumes / Space to the CaliberRM Database if required

To add space / volumes to the CaliberRM, launch a command prompt and run the following command

dbmgr -addvol

Add volume
This should resolve the "Last Transaction may be incomplete...." error.


Old KB# 16391

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