Xense Session Manager 1.1 beta

November 8, 2007 at 2:38 pm | Posted in Architecture, Performance, Xense Session Manager | Leave a comment

I completed coding on this a while ago but have been too busy to get the documentation finished and complete the final testing. I thought it would be a good idea to make this available to the wider world as a beta release.

The major feature change is that Xense Session Manager supports connecting to multiple content servers for a single docbase. The idea is you select the docbase from the docbase configuration dialog (one day I’ll have to change the application to refer to ‘repositories’ – thank you EMC marketing ) and then select all the servers that serve the docbase and login. The display now shows sessions for users connected to all content servers. There are a number of bug fixes as well.

You can get the beta from here. Just unzip the file, double-click SessionManager.exe and away you go. You’ll need an installation of DFC 5.2.5 or 5.3 to run SessionManager but it won’t currently run against DFC6. Of course it will still work against a D6 repository.

If you want to send feed-back you can do so by email to robin.east@xense.co.uk or even better by commenting on this post.


Xense Session Manager and D6

September 19, 2007 at 1:24 pm | Posted in Xense Session Manager | Leave a comment

I’ve just been testing Xense Session Manager version 1.0.2 against Documentum 6 and it appears that it doesn’t work with DFC 6. Xense Session Manager will happily connect to a D6 repository when running with a pre-D6 DFC but of course don’t go installing an old DFC directly onto the Content Server (or any other machine that has DFC 6 installed). I’ll get Xense Session Manager working against DFC6 at some point – I’ll post the details here as they arise.

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