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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

‏2012-08-20T16:52:19Z |
Hello,
I just installed WSRR 8, created a DM, and a WSRR server node profile successfully. In the IBM tech-notes on WSRR configuration process, it mentions a link "WSRR Definitions" under Service Integration. I don’t see that link. Also, I tried to create a cluster including a WSRR type member, but there is no such a "WSRR" template inthe drop down list. In fact, there is no mention of anything WSRR on the admin console. I recreated the DM profile in case if I missed anything during the profile creation, and other than selecting the WSRR DM type for profile, there is nothing else that enforces an additional reference in the admin console.
Thanks for your response.
AB
Updated on 2012-08-21T09:27:32Z at 2012-08-21T09:27:32Z by AnnaMaciejkowicz
  • M2H2_Andrew_Leonard
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    Re: No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

    ‏2012-08-20T17:21:52Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    I think "Service Integration bus->WSRR Definitions" is a WPS extension, (although i'm not a WPS expert), and not provided as part of a WSRR install. Have you installed and configured WPS?
    • SystemAdmin
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      Re: No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

      ‏2012-08-20T17:31:32Z  in response to M2H2_Andrew_Leonard
      Hi Andrew,
      Thanks for your response. I have installed/WPS in the past, but not during this process. Essentially, I don’t even see a WSRR ear application under Enterprise Applications to begin with. There are no applications under Enterprise Applications. The node profile I created for the member is of type an empty node (Custom Node). There was no other choice to select a different type of WSRR node during the installation. I used PMT.sh.
      Thanks
      AB
      • M2H2_Andrew_Leonard
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        Re: No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

        ‏2012-08-20T17:39:21Z  in response to SystemAdmin
        Which tech note or instructions are you following?
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          Re: No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

          ‏2012-08-20T18:10:01Z  in response to M2H2_Andrew_Leonard
          I saw this link from WESB technotes...You are right...it may not be applicable here since it requires an installation of WESB and/or WPS here...
          http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/esbsoa/wesbv7r5/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.websphere.wesb.main.doc%2Ftaghubs%2Fwsrr.html

          I went back and augmented an existing (WAS) DM profile with WSRR. Restarted DM, but still don’t see any reference to WSRR nor any WSRR apps under Enterprise Applications in admin console.

          I have successfully installed an StandAlone WSRR. No issues.
          I want to do the same but in a clustered environment.

          Thanks Andrew.
  • AnnaMaciejkowicz
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    Re: No "Service Integration-->WSRR Definitions" link on Admin Console

    ‏2012-08-21T09:27:32Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    When installing to an ND environment, it is the deploy WSRR step which installs the WSRR EAR. Use the dynamic installation guide to obtain a full set of instructions detailing all the necessary steps to install using this topology:

    http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/sr/v8r0/topic/com.ibm.sr.intinst.doc/roadmap_form_wsrr.html
    http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/sr/v8r0/topic/com.ibm.sr.doc/cwsr_deployingwsrrtoclusters.html