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CLM 4.0.4 server rename documentation

Pierre Friend (191915) | asked Nov 28 '13, 11:20 a.m.

I was reading the CLMHELP 4.0.4 contents wrt Changing the public URL by using server rename.


I noticed something that I think should be clarified.


In the 2 topics

– Scenario: Moving a pilot or full production deployment using server rename

– Scenario: Setting up a test staging environment with production data


If you look under Procedure

Step 5. Log into the Jazz Team Server at https:// new host : port /jts/serverRenameStatus. This starts the actual renaming process. When the rename is complete, you will be able to verify the rename and take any corrective action that is necessary. See Verifying URLs and links after a server rename for details.


My comments are as follows:

The procedure is asking to log into https:// newhost : port /jts/serverRenameStatus.


In my opnion, this URL is misleading because in the rename scenarios, you have the option to rename JTS and/or any of the CLM applications.


Now, if you only need to rename one or all of CLM applications but NOT the JTS server, then you obviously will not be logging into https:// new host : port /jts/serverRenameStatus but rather logging into the source JTS URL because this URL has not changed.


This being said, if the JTS URL does not change, the procedure should note this.

The unchanged JTS URL will be something like this

https://source JTS host:port/jts/serverRenameStatus



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Piotr Aniola (3.7k11738) | answered Nov 28 '13, 11:49 a.m.
I see what you mean.
Please file an enhancement request on, Jazz Foundation project against "User Assistance - Documentation"
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N Z (36212127) | answered Nov 28 '13, 6:02 p.m.
At the completion of running the server rename mapping, it will display the url to go to to complete the server rename. I imagine this will be correct.

Still, you are correct, since everyone refers to the documentation before running it, you would expect the documentation to be accurate.

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