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IBM BPM - Process Designer and the Mysterious Case of the Hostname
Mon, Dec 5th 2016 202
Encrypting WebSphere Application Server system passwords
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WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook
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IBM BPM - Upgrading and Adding Java 1.7.1 in one fell swoop - the latest BPM
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IBM BPM - Upgrading and Adding Java 1.7.1 in one fell swoop - the latest BPM
Fri, Dec 9th 2016 7:36p   Dave Hay
Added to this: -IBM BPM - Upgrading and Adding Java 1.7.1 in one fell swoopAnd, as promised, here's a similar set of steps, but with the the latest BPM 8.5.7 code: -Starting Position/opt/ibm/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackagescom.ibm.cic.agent_1.8.5000.20160506_1125com.ibm.bpm.ADV.v85_8.5.5000.20140604_1130com.ibm.websphere.ND.v85_8.5.5010.20160721_0036com.ibm.websphere.odm.ds.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151006_2017com.ibm.websphere.odm.pt.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151007_0005com.i
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IBM BPM - Upgrading and Adding Java 1.7.1 in one fell swoop
Fri, Dec 9th 2016 2:51p   Dave Hay
From my earlier post: -Tinkering with Java 1.7 in the context of IBM BPM 8.5Starting Position/opt/ibm/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackagescom.ibm.cic.agent_1.8.5000.20160506_1125com.ibm.bpm.ADV.v85_8.5.5000.20140604_1130com.ibm.websphere.ND.v85_8.5.5010.20160721_0036com.ibm.websphere.odm.ds.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151006_2017com.ibm.websphere.odm.pt.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151007_0005com.ibm.websphere.IHS.v85_8.5.5010.20160721_0036com.ibm.websphere.PLG.v85_8.5.5010.20160721_003
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BPM Upgrades - Which comes first - Process Center or Process Server ?
Thu, Dec 8th 2016 12:35p   Dave Hay
This question arises from time to time, so I thought I'd capture the official IBM position from the IBM Support Page: -Upgrading profiles from IBM Business Process Manager Version 8.5.x to IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.7 Cumulative Fix 2016.06The Process Center and Process Server versions do not need to match, and Process Server V8.5.7.201606 can connect to an earlier version of Process Center V8.5.x. You can upgrade Process Server first and test your applications to make sure that they sti
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Tinkering with Java 1.7 in the context of IBM BPM 8.5
Thu, Dec 8th 2016 12:21p   Dave Hay
This is part 1 of a WIP about moving from BPM 8.5.5 ( which requires Java 1.6 ) to BPM 8.5.7 ( which can tolerate Java 1.6 or 1.7 or 1.7.1 )Starting Position/opt/ibm/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackagescom.ibm.cic.agent_1.8.5000.20160506_1125com.ibm.bpm.ADV.v85_8.5.5000.20140604_1130com.ibm.websphere.ND.v85_8.5.5010.20160721_0036com.ibm.websphere.odm.ds.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151006_2017com.ibm.websphere.odm.pt.rules.v87_8.7.1001.20151007_0005com.ibm.websphere.IHS.v85_8.5.5
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WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook
Wed, Dec 7th 2016 7:25a   Dave Hay
I'm not sure if I've posted this before, but it's worth a read, either way: -The WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook covers performance tuning for WebSphere Application Server (WAS), although there is also a very strong focus on Java, Operating Systems, and theory which can be applied to other products and environments. The cookbook is designed to be read in a few different ways: • On the go: Readers short on time should skip to the Recipes chapter at the end of the book. In t
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Encrypting WebSphere Application Server system passwords
Tue, Dec 6th 2016 7:51a   Dave Hay
This from one of my IBM colleagues, Martin Lansche: -...It seems that every day we are bombarded with stories in the technical and mainstream press of attacks of computer systems where passwords are stolen, after which these passwords are then available to attackers. The press frequently points out that one reason that this password data was retrievable is because "it was not encrypted." In this situation, it's important to recognize that the passwords in question are user passwords, those us
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IBM BPM - Process Designer and the Mysterious Case of the Hostname
Mon, Dec 5th 2016 8:20p   Dave Hay
I saw this: -and this: -[05/12/16 19:29:23:233 GMT] 0000024b HttpProtocolH W com.ibm.bpm.endpoint.impl.strategies.HttpProtocolHostStrategy getEndpointUrl Unable to construct URL because servlet request argument was null[05/12/16 19:29:23:274 GMT] 0000024b HttpProtocolH W com.ibm.bpm.endpoint.impl.strategies.HttpProtocolHostStrategy getEndpointUrl Unable to construct URL because servlet request argument was null[05/12/16 19:29:23:335 GMT] 0000024b HttpProtocolH W com.ibm.bpm.endpoint.impl.strateg
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Troubleshooting Web Services Performance Problems In IBM WebSphere Application Server With Web Services Performance (WSPerf) Trace
Mon, Dec 5th 2016 6:38p   Dave Hay
This is my current "think" as I'm digging into some BPM performance challenges: -Troubleshooting Web Services Performance Problems In IBM WebSphere Application Server With Web Services Performance (WSPerf) TraceThe WSPerf trace is a feature of IBM WebSphere Application Server. The WSPerf is a troubleshooting aid to assist analysts to resolve web services problems, especially performance problems. WSPerf trace can be used to analyze the speed of web services message traffic in IBM's WebSphere
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IBM BPM and the Bootstrap Process - Sigh, one day I'll get this right
Mon, Dec 5th 2016 4:57p   Dave Hay
So, again, *IF* I ever see this again: -/opt/IBM/WebSphereProfiles/Dmgr01/bin/bootstrapProcessServerData.sh -clusterName AppClusterBootstraping data into cluster AppClusterWASX7357I: By request, this scripting client is not connected to any server process. Certain configuration and application operations will be available in local mode.java.lang.Exception: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException at com.ibm.bpm.bootstrap.BootstrapProcessServerDataHelper.loadInstallationGuid(BootstrapProcessSe
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Note to self - monitoring User Limits in GNU Linux
Mon, Nov 28th 2016 9:01a   Dave Hay
This came up last week, and is something that I need to keep an eye on.These are some of the commands that one can/should use to monitor ulimit use on a Linux box: -ps -eLfps -eTfps -Tp `pidof java`top -H -p `pidof java`pstree -p `pidof java`for pid in $(pgrep java); do ls /proc/$pid/fd | wc -l; done




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