|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Release Notes
11g Release 1 (11.1.1) for Microsoft Windows x64 (64-Bit)
Part Number E14774-30
This chapter describes issues associated with Oracle Universal Records Management. It includes the following topics:
In addition to the information discussed here, see the chapter in this release note documentation concerning Oracle Universal Content Management. Issues which affect Oracle UCM may also affect Oracle Universal Records Management.
This section describes general issues and workarounds. It contains the following sections:
A role report can be generated by choosing Records then Reports then Role from the Main menu. Note that the output of the report may not show all data for all roles. The output is dependent on the user who is generating the report and the permissions given to that user.
It should be noted that screening is a retention feature that only returns content items with a life cycle or items that are frozen.
When using Oracle Text Search, an incompatibility existed with the options to exclude report templates and reports in search results. These options appear on the Configure Report Settings Page.
It is now possible to exclude reports in search results by selecting the Exclude Reports in Search Results checkbox. However, if the Exclude Report Template in Search Results checkbox is selected, templates are still included in searches. Oracle is aware of this issue and is working to fix it in a future release.
When upgrading Oracle URM from release version 10g to release version 11g, the complete audit trail dates are not available. The audit periods from 2001 to 2010 should be present after upgrading, but only periods between 2001 to 2006 are present. The missing years can be added manually. Oracle is aware of this issue and is working to fix it in a future release.
Due to the size of the database used with the Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act (FOIA/PA) functionality, the FOIA/PA option is not supported for those sites using DB2 for their database.
When retention categories are sorted then listed, they are listed on a per-source basis. For example, if three sources are used (Source1, Source2, Source3), all items from Source1 are sorted as a separate group, items from Source2 are sorted as a separate group, and items from Source3 are sorted as a separate group. Then items from each source are displayed in a "round robin" style with the first item of Source1, the first item from Source2, and the first item from Source3, followed by the second item of each source.
This section describes configuration issues and workarounds. It contains the following sections:
Importing the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) archive from the Setup Checklist page may display a spurious error message stating Archiver is already running, please try again later.
This error may be safely ignored. It is generated because the click to initiate the archive is registered twice. Ignore the warning, wait fifteen minutes and then see if the alert notification for that task is removed. The import of the archive can also be confirmed by opening the Archiver and verifying that the FOIAPrivacyAct archive is present.
After performance monitoring is selected and enabled, the content server must be restarted in order for monitoring to commence. Note that a restart is also required after configuration of Oracle URM in order for all report options to appear on the appropriate menus.
When sorting the audit trail using Oracle DB, the output depends on the type of sort being performed.
When sorting with Database Fulltext Search, sorting is case-sensitive, meaning that upper case items will always appear first in a list. When sorting with Oracle Text Search, a case-insensitive search is performed.
If offsite storage functionality is enabled on the system, the total size allowed for the content ID for a physical item is 11 characters. When setting up offsite storage, verify if automatic assignment of IDs is enabled and if so, make sure the content prefix is set to 5 characters or less.
If the EmailMetadata component is installed for use with Oracle Universal Content Management, a configuration variable must be set in order for the user interface to be made available in Oracle Universal Records Management.
ShowEmailMetadataMenu variable to TRUE in the emailmetadata_environment.cfg file in the /components/EmailMetadata directory.
Restart Oracle Content Server after setting the variable then refresh or reload the browser. Options become available to map email fields to metadata fields. To use those options, choose Administration then Configure Email Metadata from the Main menu.
When upgrading Oracle URM from the 10g version, the
HttpRelativeWebRoot configuration parameter must be changed in the config.cfg file to the following:
It is critical to change the parameter exactly as shown.
A connection address must be changed to enable 10g adapters to work with Oracle URM 11g.
Previous connection strings were similar to the following example:
The new connection string should be similar to the following example:
The addition of the
_dav string is all that changes.
This section describes changes in the documentation. It contains the following section:
The External Performance Monitoring menu listed in documentation should be changed to Performance Monitoring. This is accessed by choosing Records then Audit then Performance Monitoring from the Top menu.