Date: Monday, November 14th, 2011
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The Dependency Manager is now active. Dependency Manager is a service that manages links in files to other pages or directories under management of OU Campus™. Dependency Manager will maintain the correct link association when files or directories are moved or renamed. All the files that link to a moved or renamed file or directory will be automatically republished to maintain the correct link. In the case of deleting a directory or file, the Dependency Manager will create a Fix Dependencies notification under the Dashboard Tab.
Dependency Manager does not track binaries (e.g. images, documents, pdf's). Therefore, if these are moved or renamed, the linked pages will need to be updated manually, it will not automatically update them.
Dependency Manager does not look in Assets either. Therefore links that you have within Assets will not be checked. You will have to manually check those links.
All of your links have already been converted when the scan was ran this morning.
Please visit the Self-Help Page for more information about the Dependency Manager.
There will be a planned maintenance window for OU Campus on Friday, October 30th from 11 pm - 1 am.
Currently there is a known bug that will not allow you to add a page within OU Campus or publish a page. We have submitted this to OmniUpdate and as soon as it is corrected, we will let you know.
Support for OU Campus will no longer cover IE 9. If you are using IE 9, please make sure you switch browsers.
UPDATE: As of 3:30 Thursday the slowness in OU Campus has been corrected
Tonight (May 19th) OU Campus will be unavailable for Maintenance from 10pm until midnight.
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