This document contains the release notes for IBM Integration Bus Retail Pack Version 1.0.
Release notes documentation for IBM Integration Bus Retail Pack V1.0 tooling and runtime components.
Release notes file for: IBM Integration Bus Retail Pack
Product/Component Release: 1.0
Publication date: 13 December 2013
Last modified date: 13 December 2013
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Defects: This readme file might contain references to defect numbers. These numbers refer to internal IBM problem numbers; you might find these numbers useful when discussing problems with your IBM service representative.
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This section outlines the known problems and their workarounds (if any) of IBM Integration Bus Retail Pack, by component.
- 'Some items could not be removed' message during console uninstall
You uninstall IBM Integration Bus Retail Pack in console mode on AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, or Linux. The following warning is displayed in the uninstallation wizard: 'Some items could not be removed'.
Check the installation location to ensure that all items have been removed. If they have then you can safely ignore the warning.
- Error message 'The service is missing the interface wsdl_name and therefore will not be able to be deployed'
On Windows or Linux, after you generate an instance of the Retail: WebSphere Commerce and Sterling Order Management pattern, the following error might be displayed in the Problems view: 'The service is missing the interface wsdl_name and therefore will not be able to be deployed', where wsdl_name is the name of a WSDL file in the pattern.
To correct this issue, complete the following steps:
1. Click Project and clear Build Automatically.
2. Clean the project that contains errors:
- a. Click Project > Clean.
b. In the Clean window, select Clean projects selected below and select the projects with errors.
c. Select Build only the selected projects, and click OK.
- BIP5817: A DFDL warning occurred during the validation of a DFDL schema
- CTDX1104W: Unable to resolve schema location 'schema_name'
- CTDV1504W: XPath expression 'xPath_expression_name' refers to elements that might be outside the scope of the nearest global element, model group or complex type. The expression cannot be fully validated. Element: element_name.
You select ACE_TLog as your input for the Retail: TLog to POSLog pattern, and deploy a pattern instance. The system log displays the following BIP5817 warnings:
These warnings can be safely ignored as they are produced in error.
- If administration security is enabled, two requests are seen to log in when accessing web-based monitoring
When you open the web-based monitoring web page and administration security is enabled a login window is displayed. After you enter your username and password, a second login window is displayed.
Enter your login details in both windows. Use the same username and the same password in each window.
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