Release script behavior – Kofax Ascen 7.5 Release Script for FileNet Content Manager 4.5 User Manual
Ascent® 7.5 Release Script for FileNet Content Manager 4.5 Release Notes
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Release Script Behavior
The FileNet Content Manager permissions may behave differently in this release script than in the
FileNet Content Manager Workplace Thin client. For example, if you give access permissions to
the User-defined Document Class node (as shown in Figure 5) and do not give access to the
Document Class node (also known as the system class node in FileNet Content Manager), the
release will fail with an error.
Figure 5. FileNet Content Manager Domain
When permissions are denied to the Document Class node, the FileNet Content Manager system
will deny access to all the subclasses below the Document Class node in the hierarchy. This
problem occurs because the release script uses a different API set then FileNet Content Manager.
Notice that you will not see this behavior in the FileNet Content Manager Workplace Thin client.
If information is changed in FileNet Content Manager while release setup is open, the
release script will not see the latest changes. Therefore, you must log out of the release script and
log back in for the changes to take effect. When adding and/or removing domain users, you may
need to stop and restart the “Content Engine Object Store” service on the Content Engine Server to
see the latest changes.