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This blog is intended to provide self-help tips working with the Recovery component in WebSphere Process Server. I will write a few lines on the component first and how it works on a Network Deployment (ND) environment. Then we will see what can go wrong and how to perform basic troubleshooting before engaging IBM Support. A primer on Recovery (Failed Event Manager component): Failed Event Manager (Recovery) component is a mechanism by which failed asynchronous SCA invocations can be retried in WebSphere Process Server. SCA uses the Service... [More]
Performance of Failed Event Manager queries have been optimized with APAR JR38996 especially when querying BPC failed events. The fix is part of WebSphere Process Server Version 184.108.40.206 and is available as an interim fix for V220.127.116.11 in IBM Fix Central web site . The APAR will provide relief, if you see symptoms such as: Failed event query timing out while fetching BPC events: javax.transaction.TransactionRolledbackException: Transaction is marked rollback only due to timeout ... [More]