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  • Latest Post - ‏2008-12-17T14:23:52Z by devjhumpa
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Pinned topic <message id="EJPPF0181E">com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExceptio

‏2008-06-05T15:37:38Z |
i am using the following xml to deploy portles using xmlaccess, the fresh deployment works perfect but when i make changes and deploy again it throws exception

====== START EXCEPTION =====

<status element="web-app" result="failed">
<message id="EJPXA0043E">com.ibm.wps.command.xml.XmlCommandException: EJPXA0043E: An error occurred while creating or updating the resource. web-app</message>
<message id="EJPPF0181E">com.ibm.wps.command.applications.AppAlreadyExistsException: EJPPF0181E: Error occurred. The id=com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 already exists for stored standard portlet application com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 in the XML element portlet-app LoginPortlet.war.
WrappedException is: com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppException: EJPPF0181E: Error occurred. The id=com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 already exists for stored standard portlet application com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 in the XML element portlet-app LoginPortlet.war.</message>
<message id="EJPPF0181E">com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppException: EJPPF0181E: Error occurred. The id=com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 already exists for stored standard portlet application com.corp.portlet.LoginPortlet.feb5cea4a1 in the XML element portlet-app LoginPortlet.war.</message>
</status>

===== END EXCEPITON ===

====== XML used =======<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<request xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="PortalConfig_1.4.xsd"
type="update">

<!-- Sample for deploying portlets ( JSR 168 Portlet) and creating a page with these portlets. -->
<portal action="locate">

<!-- Sample Standard Portlets -->
<!-- uid attribute must match the uid attribute of the tag portlet-app subelement with a .webmod suffix. -->
<web-app action="update" active="true" uid="LoginPortlet.war.webmod">
<url>file:///C:/LoginPortlet.war</url>
<!-- The referenceid attribute must match the portlet-name element from the portlet.xml appended
with the .servlet suffix. -->
<servlet action="update" active="true" objectid="myServlet" referenceid="LoginPortlet.servlet"/>
<!-- The uid attribute must match the id attribute of the portlet-app element from the portlet.xml.
If this value has not been specified, specify the WAR file name of the portlet application in its place.
For portlet updates, the WAR file name must be the original name of the WAR file used to install
the portlet application. That is, the WAR file name can be changed,
but the uid must indicate the original uid used during portlet installation. -->
<portlet-app action="update" active="true" uid="com.corp.portlet.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91">
<!-- The name attribute must match the portlet-name element from the portlet.xml. -->
<portlet action="update" active="true" objectid="theStandardPortlet" name="LoginPortlet"
servletref="myServlet"/>
</portlet-app>
</web-app>

</portal>
</request>
can any one tell...what's going wrong..with this....
Updated on 2008-12-17T14:23:52Z at 2008-12-17T14:23:52Z by devjhumpa
  • jwbarnes
    jwbarnes
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T16:12:08Z  
    try adding the create-oids="true" in the request line


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T16:30:19Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T16:12:08Z
    try adding the create-oids="true" in the request line


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    same exception is throwing while updating, i made the following changes as per your reply

    <request xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="PortalConfig_1.4.xsd"
    type="update" create-oids="true">
  • jwbarnes
    jwbarnes
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T16:33:58Z  
    same exception is throwing while updating, i made the following changes as per your reply

    <request xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="PortalConfig_1.4.xsd"
    type="update" create-oids="true">
    have you tried exporting the web app, and seeing what the differences are?


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T16:44:51Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T16:33:58Z
    have you tried exporting the web app, and seeing what the differences are?


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    sorry, but i didn't get what you are asking.

    exporting the web app, means ? using xmlaccess ?
  • jwbarnes
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T16:48:13Z  
    sorry, but i didn't get what you are asking.

    exporting the web app, means ? using xmlaccess ?
    yes, easiest to just do a full export
    jim


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T18:51:26Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T16:48:13Z
    yes, easiest to just do a full export
    jim


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    here is the result of the full export

    i m copying only part of my login portlet from resulting xml

    ========= starts ========

    <web-app action="update" active="true" domain="rel" objectid="1_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3082" removable="true" uid="com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91.webmod">
    <url>file://localhost/$server_root$/deployed/archive/com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91.webmod/LoginPortlet.war</url>
    <access-control externalized="false" owner="undefined" private="false"/>
    <servlet action="update" active="true" cache-expiration="0" domain="rel" objectid="V_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3081" referenceid="LoginPortlet.servlet" remote-cache-dynamic="false" remote-cache-scope-private="false"/>
    <portlet-app action="update" active="true" defaultlocale="en" domain="rel" name="com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91" objectid="2_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3086" uid="com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91">
    <localedata locale="ar">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ca">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="cs">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="da">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="de">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="el">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="en">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="es">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="fi">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="fr">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="hu">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="it">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="iw">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ja">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ko">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="nl">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="no">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pl">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pt">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pt_BR">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ro">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ru">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sk">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sl">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sv">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="th">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="tr">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="uk">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="zh">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="zh_TW">
    <title>com.corp.loginportlet.LoginPortlet.e26c934c91</title>
    </localedata>
    <access-control externalized="false" owner="undefined" private="false"/>
    <portlet action="update" active="true" defaultlocale="en" domain="rel" name="LoginPortlet" objectid="3_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3085" provided="false" servletref="V_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3081">
    <localedata locale="ar">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ca">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="cs">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="da">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="de">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="el">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="en">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    <keywords/>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="es">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="fi">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="fr">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="hu">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="it">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="iw">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ja">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ko">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="nl">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="no">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pl">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pt">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="pt_BR">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ro">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="ru">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sk">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sl">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="sv">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="th">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="tr">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="uk">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="zh">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <localedata locale="zh_TW">
    <title>LoginPortlet</title>
    </localedata>
    <access-control externalized="false" owner="undefined" private="false"/>
    </portlet>
    </portlet-app>
    </web-app>

    === end ====
    is that write...output....
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T18:52:29Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T16:48:13Z
    yes, easiest to just do a full export
    jim


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    ohh you are asking to compare diff of export before update and after update, right ?
  • jwbarnes
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    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T18:55:56Z  
    ohh you are asking to compare diff of export before update and after update, right ?
    the problem is this in your import
    <portlet action="update" active="true" objectid="theStandardPortlet" name="LoginPortlet"

    needs top match
    <portlet action="update" active="true" defaultlocale="en" domain="rel" name="LoginPortlet" objectid="3_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3085" provided="false" servletref="V_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3081">

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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T19:16:33Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T18:55:56Z
    the problem is this in your import
    <portlet action="update" active="true" objectid="theStandardPortlet" name="LoginPortlet"

    needs top match
    <portlet action="update" active="true" defaultlocale="en" domain="rel" name="LoginPortlet" objectid="3_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3085" provided="false" servletref="V_77AFITS30090802BQC83HK3081">

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    The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of IBM
    but how can i specify objectid and servletref value in advance, i mean while deploying. And how it will solve the duplicateAppException... while updating ?

    may be i am not getting what you said ? could you please detailed a bit.

    thanks again.....
  • jwbarnes
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    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T19:18:51Z  
    but how can i specify objectid and servletref value in advance, i mean while deploying. And how it will solve the duplicateAppException... while updating ?

    may be i am not getting what you said ? could you please detailed a bit.

    thanks again.....
    Well,

    the object id you gave in the initial is fine, but after that you need to make sure it matches so that you tell portal what to correctly update


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T19:30:48Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T19:18:51Z
    Well,

    the object id you gave in the initial is fine, but after that you need to make sure it matches so that you tell portal what to correctly update


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    ya that's right...
    but i m using the same xml for fresh deploy and also for updating, so it should take the same object id.

    how the object id is changing automatically while updating ?
  • jwbarnes
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    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T19:34:12Z  
    ya that's right...
    but i m using the same xml for fresh deploy and also for updating, so it should take the same object id.

    how the object id is changing automatically while updating ?
    because objectids have a specific form in portal, when you specify them like my servlet or standardportlet portal uses them as linkage only(like if you put the portlet on the page and referred to the portletref for the portlet insance to point to that fake objectid. Portal will create real object ids that match portals format.


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T19:39:16Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T19:34:12Z
    because objectids have a specific form in portal, when you specify them like my servlet or standardportlet portal uses them as linkage only(like if you put the portlet on the page and referred to the portletref for the portlet insance to point to that fake objectid. Portal will create real object ids that match portals format.


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    ok got you...

    so in my case, how can i make sure it should take the same object id for fresh deploy and update also ?
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-05T20:19:06Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T19:34:12Z
    because objectids have a specific form in portal, when you specify them like my servlet or standardportlet portal uses them as linkage only(like if you put the portlet on the page and referred to the portletref for the portlet insance to point to that fake objectid. Portal will create real object ids that match portals format.


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    and also that is what the whole idea for writing this xml is to get rid of the object id.

    what we used to do before is, after deploying the portlet app manually we then export the id from portal and use that id into the build process.

    we just wanted to get rid of this object id and also first time manual deployment of portlet app.

    if this is the case that i need to have that object id defined manually in xml, then i am again back to square.. :-(
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T14:50:23Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-05T19:34:12Z
    because objectids have a specific form in portal, when you specify them like my servlet or standardportlet portal uses them as linkage only(like if you put the portlet on the page and referred to the portletref for the portlet insance to point to that fake objectid. Portal will create real object ids that match portals format.


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    what if i call delete and then update, everytime while updating. I know this won't be a good approach.
    will this delete call, deletes all the access permissions for that portlet as well ?

    could you please suggest me any solution...so that upadte can work....
  • jwbarnes
    jwbarnes
    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T14:54:31Z  
    what if i call delete and then update, everytime while updating. I know this won't be a good approach.
    will this delete call, deletes all the access permissions for that portlet as well ?

    could you please suggest me any solution...so that upadte can work....
    it deletes it and all instances of the page as well as any preferences associated with that


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  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T15:06:29Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-06T14:54:31Z
    it deletes it and all instances of the page as well as any preferences associated with that


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    thanks....

    so could you please suggest me any workaround so that i can update portlet app without manually copying object id into my xml ?
    thanks again
  • jwbarnes
    jwbarnes
    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T17:49:33Z  
    thanks....

    so could you please suggest me any workaround so that i can update portlet app without manually copying object id into my xml ?
    thanks again
    I am not sure, I would call in a PMR to talk with the xmlaccess team


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  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    1569 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T17:54:18Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-06T17:49:33Z
    I am not sure, I would call in a PMR to talk with the xmlaccess team


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    that would be really great...

    Thanks a lot Jim......

    i will be waiting to hear from you.....

    thanks again....
  • jwbarnes
    jwbarnes
    872 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T17:55:39Z  
    that would be really great...

    Thanks a lot Jim......

    i will be waiting to hear from you.....

    thanks again....
    I think you miss understand me, you need to call in a PMR


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  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    1569 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-06-06T17:59:46Z  
    • jwbarnes
    • ‏2008-06-06T17:55:39Z
    I think you miss understand me, you need to call in a PMR


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    ohhh sorry it was my bad...

    thanks....i will update thread once i have something....
  • devjhumpa
    devjhumpa
    19 Posts

    Re: &lt;message id="EJPPF0181E"&gt;com.ibm.wps.pe.mgr.exceptions.DuplicateAppExce

    ‏2008-12-17T14:23:52Z  
    ohhh sorry it was my bad...

    thanks....i will update thread once i have something....
    Hi ,

    Did you find an answer to your problem.... If yes can you please share it.
    I need a solution too.

    Thanks
    Jhumps