Operating a WebSphere Process Server environment, Part 3, Setup, configuration, and maintenance of the WebSphere Process Server Business Process Choreographer database

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Jonas Grundler, Rolf Baeurle, David J. Bonaccorsi, Andreas Fried, Fred Orosco, and Michael Poirier

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | Last updated: April 2010|First published: December 16, 2009

Part 3 of this multi-part series provides database system specific information for initial setup and maintenance of the WebSphere® Process Server Business Process Choreographer database. Where appropriate, Business Process Choreographer application level information is provided. This enables database administrators to discuss with WebSphere Process Server application developers and architects decisions related to the database configuration. The information in this article can be applied to WebSphere Process Server V6.0 and later. Features are marked if they are available in later releases only. Special considerations are contained for the following database systems: DB2® for LUW, DB2 for z/OS®, and Oracle®.

Note: The article has been updated with DB2 for z/OS information.

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