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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Deploying snapshots to an offline clustered Process Server

There are a lot of articles about deploying to PS for standalone environments.

But I couldn't find the same for clustered environments.
Also IBM writes that old way (install, retrieve, import) was deprecated.
I had to pass along this way myself.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Groundhog Day: CWSIT0088E: There are currently no messaging engines

Again and again:

javax.jms.JMSException: CWSIA0241E: An exception was received during the call to the method JmsManagedConnectionFactoryImpl.createConnection: CWSIT0008E: A successful connection was made to the bootstrap server at yourserver:7278:BootstrapBasicMessaging but the server returned an error condition: CWSIT0088E: There are currently no messaging engines in bus PROCSVR.yourserverNode03Cell.Bus running. Additional failure information: CWSIT0103E: No messaging engine was found that matched the following parameters: bus=PROCSVR.yourserverNode03Cell.Bus, targetGroup=null, targetType=BusMember, targetSignificance=Preferred, transportChain=InboundSecureMessaging, proximity=Bus..

Friday, December 14, 2012

How to restore WAS BPM administration password?

You are coming to office on Monday and finding the note from your Senior Administrator:
«I hate this job. Departed to Goa. Don’t search me».
But you don’t know any administrative passwords.
What to do?

Action 1. You want to know password of WAS BPM administrator and tw_admin password

How to create the service for BPM (or another WAS profile) in Red Hat EL?

You have already installed your BPM environment and you need to start and stop it with OS.
Or you don’t like to use startServer command every time.
RHEL (or Centos, Fedora) permits to use services for these actions.

Surely, the standart installation creates this service but it is better to create it yourself.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Help yourself or the bugtracking in WebSphere products for Dummies (Part 1)

I seek and tired to fight with vendor’s Support Team. Don’t hope to it.
Either your problem will be solved next century or never.
So in this article I show an example of a self-bugtracking in WebSphere products.

The introduction

Hello, how are you today?

If you want to see cats' pictures here - please, close this page. It is not for you.

I am a specialist in IBM BPM/Lombardi and other WebSphere products installation, updating, tuning, configuration, sizing, clustering, deployment and problem resolution. I've got the three-year experience in this area.

And my blog (I hope) will help to beginners.

Vladlen Litvinov, Russia