I am using IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services as following configuration:
Data Center: Raleigh, USA
Service: IBM SCAWS v1.0 Beta3
Service ID: 2615
Storage ID: N/A
Server ID: 252514
Server IP: (I can tell you, if needed)
Now I can sign-in to IWD, and created some script-packages and configured pattern.
But when I add "DB2 Express-C" virtual image into my pattern, I can't avoid warning message "At least one part in the pattern is not defined by the selected virtual image.".
I can't deploy this pattern as instances. Because "deploy" icon can't be active, maybe because of this warning, I guess.
I embedded screenshot image(scaws_error.png) of that warning message.
Do I miss any process before using this DB2 Express-C virtual image?
Are there any way to avoid it?
Or can't we use this DB2 Express-C image in this environment yet?
Thanks for advance. Regards.
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Updated on 2012-06-28T23:48:15Z at 2012-06-28T23:48:15Z by pi314
Re: Can we use DB2 Express-C image for VSP?2012-06-28T15:42:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Pi314,
Can you detail all your steps to this point, or would you prefer a Lotus Live session (at no charge) where I can watch you build it?
Re: Can we use DB2 Express-C image for VSP?2012-06-28T20:16:10ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
Just a follow-up. We tried the patterns and it is working, can we get a copy of your scripts?
BTW, weI had configured the Cloud Group already and it deployed using the defaults.
Please let us know if you found something on your own.
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Re: Can we use DB2 Express-C image for VSP?2012-06-28T23:48:15ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- morganri 270005AQCE
When I tried to reproduce this problem again, I don't see any warning message this time...
I don't understand why, but it seems fine and to be worked as expected.
I will mark this question as resolved. Thanks.