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Pinned topic FMC22595W in fmcsys.log

‏2006-08-13T06:56:39Z |
Hi
I'm running MQ Workflow V3.6 with SP2 on AIX 3.6 ML4
I'm checking the fmcsys.log and I keep getting the following messages which I want to know if it's serious, and how to get rid of it?!!
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min6: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[5].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min6: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[5].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min7: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[6].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26154, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min7: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[6].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min7: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[6].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26154, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min8: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[7].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min8: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[7].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26154, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min8: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[7].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min8: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[7].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26154, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min9: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[8].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min9: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[8].sequence is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26154, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min9: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[8].automaticApproval is not set.
08/13/06 10:52:13 FMC22595W Process Approve_26148, connector from Ministry_Blocks.Initiator to Ministry_Blocks.Min9: Member Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData[8].automaticApproval is not set.
Updated on 2009-01-20T15:44:25Z at 2009-01-20T15:44:25Z by jmac_EmeriCon
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: FMC22595W in fmcsys.log

    ‏2006-08-14T06:38:45Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Yousef,

    you should do some reading. I have answered this question over and over
    again.
    Although it is only a warning, you should fix the root cause of this
    problem. Otherwise
    you will run into resource and performance problems sooner or later.

    Make sure that Ministry_Blocks.Initiator:ActivityData??.sequence
    always has a meaningful value. Use default values in the Buildtime or fix
    your
    program implementation so that it makes sure that all container values are
    set that
    are referred in a connector.

    Volker Hoss
    IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow Development
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: FMC22595W in fmcsys.log

    ‏2009-01-20T08:10:17Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Hi,
    I am getting below logs continuously in my fmcsys.log. Can you please help me, if you have got solution for your problem?
    FMC22590W Process CSE_G_DEL_DG00017992_GDGL00005106, activity CustomerServiceLoop: Member CustomerServiceLoop:DECISION is not set
    • jmac_EmeriCon
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      Re: FMC22595W in fmcsys.log

      ‏2009-01-20T15:44:25Z  in response to SystemAdmin
      The solution you seek is given in the post above yours.

      Make sure that the member being tested in the Control connector always has a meaningful value. Use default values in the Buildtime or fix your program implementation so that it makes sure that all container values are set that are referred in a connector.


      Regards


      John McDonald

      EmeriCon, LLC