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Notes on variables (You will replace the entire variable placeholder including the “< >” symbols):
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If you have installed IBM Tririga with WebSphere Liberty Profile, you may find a need in the future to update the JAVA version you are running in WebSphere Liberty Profile. If you need guidance on how to do so, please refer to the following documentation:
If you need additional assistance please contact support.
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This is for those of you who have more than 1 application server setup!
After spinning off the TRIRIGA application server into 2 separate application servers you are checking all to see if the second application server is set as the original one, the Licenses in the second application server show 'No' in the Licensed column in Administration > System > License, but the licenses have not expired.
First thing you try is to use a user id to log into this application server. There is no problem in the front-end application, any users can log into both application servers.
This was observed before as a cache issue. Sometimes during installation of a second application server the licenses at first have a problem fetching the correct status from the database and this information gets stuck into there.
What you need to do is to go to the Administration Console and Clear the Global Cache. Log back into the application and check the Licenses again. In most cases this is resolved as it is just a misalignment from the actual database information and what is cached.
If not, contact IBM support.
More information about cache clearing: How