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  • Latest Post - ‏2014-04-27T02:29:29Z by Liu ZP
Liu ZP
Liu ZP
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Pinned topic How to config the instancePK in a clustered environment?

‏2014-04-23T11:53:02Z |

Hi all,

Now I'm going to deploy my MDM.ear into a clustered WebLogic server environment. 

 

From the MDMDevelopersGuide-Platform, I saw it said we can update the /IBM/DWLCommonServices/KeyGeneration/instancePKIdentifier to decide the last 2 digits of the key.

 

But in my environment. I only have one database and 3 application server in NodeManager for the cluster. 

And there is only one /IBM/DWLCommonServices/KeyGeneration/instancePKIdentifier in configment table. 

 

How can I implement this configuration?

for AppSrv1, the key generated would be xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx01

for AppSrv2, the key generated would be xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx02

for AppSrv3, the key generated would be xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx03

  • jtonline
    jtonline
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    Re: How to config the instancePK in a clustered environment?

    ‏2014-04-25T17:08:48Z  

    Hi,

    I've just been chatting with Nick Kanellos and his Achieving high availability and scalability with IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Server article should cover exactly what you need from page 24.

    I think that corresponds to the version of MDM you're using but for information, setting the instance name is done using an APPINSTANCE WebSphere variable instead of a properties file from version 11.

    Hope that helps.

  • Liu ZP
    Liu ZP
    5 Posts

    Re: How to config the instancePK in a clustered environment?

    ‏2014-04-27T02:29:29Z  
    • jtonline
    • ‏2014-04-25T17:08:48Z

    Hi,

    I've just been chatting with Nick Kanellos and his Achieving high availability and scalability with IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Server article should cover exactly what you need from page 24.

    I think that corresponds to the version of MDM you're using but for information, setting the instance name is done using an APPINSTANCE WebSphere variable instead of a properties file from version 11.

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks for your help. James.