Hello to everybody!
I have a problem.
My JDBC inbound adapter works perfect on test process server in WID 6.2.
But it doesn’t on production Process Server 6.2.
Adapter connects to DB2 Universal.
Please help me!
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Updated on 2010-05-06T08:22:21Z at 2010-05-06T08:22:21Z by SvetlanaD
Jens.Engelke 120000BG0J5 Posts
Re: inbound adapter doesn work on production process server2010-05-04T15:00:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
if you have an urgent production problem, the best approach is to contact IBM support by opening a PMR.
I think you need to somehow elaborate on "is not working".
Is there anything in the log
- when starting the server
- when starting the application
- when triggering an action from which you'd expect an event in WPS.
With your current description, there are thousands of possible causes
- connected to the wrong DB
- not connected to a DB (maybe incorrect user credentials)
- different JNDI names
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK67 Posts
Re: inbound adapter doesn work on production process server2010-05-04T15:38:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hello,
I agree with Jens, you need to open a PMR with IBM Support if this issue is impacting a production environment.
Once you open the pmr, please take a look at the following TechNote. It outlines a problem in the core WAS were a manual JVM property must be enabled before an inbound JCA Adapter will start polling.
Technote: WebSphere Adapters do not poll for events on WebSphere Process Server 6.1/6.2 with WebSphere Application Server 184.108.40.206/220.127.116.11
SvetlanaD 2700034CM03 Posts
Re: inbound adapter doesn work on production process server2010-05-06T08:22:21ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Thanx Jens and David.
about log files there are no mistakes...
May be it cause of integrated Process server and Portal? it works on cluster...