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Abstract

This document contains the readme for IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0

Content

IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0 Readme

Readme documentation for IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0 tooling and runtime components.

Readme file for: IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack
Product/Component Release:
1.0 Update name: 1.0.0.2

Publication date:
28 July 2016
Last modified date:
28 July 2016

Contents



Download location

Download IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0.0.2 by using the following instructions:
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24042545


Installation information:

Always use the latest version of this readme file, which is available in English only at:
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27006917


Prior to installation

For information about the tasks you must complete before you install the product, see IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack product documentation at:

Installing

Installation information is available in the IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack product documentation at:




Documentation

The online product documentation for IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack is available at:


Always refer to the online product documentation for the latest information. The online product documentation contains newer information than the information center that is shipped with the IBM Integration Toolkit.




Support

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.

Technotes: For current information about known problems and available fixes, see the IBM Integration Bus support website at:
http://www.ibm.com/support/entry/portal/Software/WebSphere/WebSphere_Message_Broker
To find information, click Troubleshooting documentation. IBM Integration Bus and IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Technotes are displayed and can be ordered and searched.

For information about how to download IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0 installation images from the Passport Advantage website, see the Accessing the Installer topic in the IBM Integration Bus product documentation, which is available at:


Versions: For the latest information about which particular versions of operating systems are supported by IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack, see the system requirements page at:
http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/wbimessagebroker/requirements/index.html




Feature updates

Check periodically for updates to the IBM Integration Toolkit, including documentation updates in English and in other supported languages. Recommended fixes for IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack can be found at:
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27006041



Additional information
Known problems and their workarounds (if any):

This section outlines the known problems and their workarounds (if any) of the IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack, by component.



Installation
  • On HP-UX: Uninstallation seems to be unresponsive
  • Symptom:
    If you uninstall IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack, the uninstallation seems to be unresponsive for long periods of time. The uninstallation might also seem to be unresponsive while it is reporting that it is removing an item.

    Solution:
    Wait for the uninstallation to complete. The uninstallation is running normally, but on some machine configurations it might take longer than expected to complete. If the uninstallation is unresponsive and stays on the same panel for longer than 30 minutes, cancel the uninstallation. If any of the following directories or files remain, remove them:

    • The ManufacturingPack directory, the default location is:

    • /opt/IBM/ManufacturingPack/Version

      where Version is the version of IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack.

    • If you installed the "Pattern and nodes for the IBM Integration Toolkit" component, remove the com.ibm.broker.manufacturing.link file, or replace it with a backup. The default location is:

    • /opt/IBM/IntegrationToolkit90/links/com.ibm.broker.manufacturing.link
    • If you installed the "Web user interface and nodes for the Integration Bus component" component, remove the ManufacturingPack_Version file. The default location is:

    • /var/mqsi/common/profiles/ManufacturingPack_Version.sh
      where Version is the version of IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack.

Platforms
  • No known issues

IBM Integration Explorer
  • No known issues

IBM Integration Toolkit
  • No known issues

IBM Integration Bus
  • On UNIX: BIP3836E is seen in the system log when you start the integration node after you install IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack.
  • Symptom:
    You might see the following error when you start IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack:

    Jun 20 10:16:06 host_brokername[9010]: [ID 702911 user.error] IBM Integration Bus v9001 (host) [Thread 34] (Msg 1/1)
       BIP3836E: An exception occurred when applying the MQSI_ADDITIONAL_CONTEXT_ROOTS environment variable because
       web UI extension '' does not exist.

    where host_brokername is the name of your integration node.

    Solution:
    This error can be safely ignored.

    This issue is fixed in IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack Version 1.0.0.1.



Nodes
  • The integration server abends while it is handling an exception in the PI-Input node.
  • Symptom:
    When the PI-Input node handles a downstream exception and the Catch terminal is not wired, the integration server might generate an abend file and restart.

    Solution:
    Wire the Catch terminal of the PI-Input node to a valid output node or apply IBM Integration Bus APAR IT02820.


  • The PI-Read node drop-down list for the "Generate Mode" property is not available in the Broker Archive editor.
  • Symptom:
    When you are overriding the PI-Read node "Generate Mode" property in the BAR file editor, you do not see a drop-down list from which to select a valid value.

    Explanation:
    This problem is due to a limitation with the BAR file editor.

    Solution:
    Enter a valid value manually. The following values are valid: "Message" and "LocalEnvironment". For more information, see PI-Read node in the IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack documentation.


  • OPC-UA-Input node property overrides are ignored on deployment.
  • Symptom:
    If a message flow that contains an OPC-UA-Input node is included in a BAR file that is built with the "compile and in-line resources" property unselected, any properties that are overridden, either in the BAR file or by running the mqsiapplybaroverride command, are ignored on deployment and no errors are seen.

    Solution:
    Either build the BAR file with the "compile and in-line resources" option selected, or apply IBM Integration Bus APAR IC98420.


  • You receive a BIP2113E error while you are using the MQTT nodes with activity log enabled.
  • Symptom:
    When you are using the MQTT nodes with the activity log enabled, BIP2113E messages might be logged in the system log:


    BIP2113 - (
    integration_node_name) Message broker internal error:
    diagnostic information ''handle is null'', ''Connector'', ''writeActivityLog''.  

    An internal software error has occurred in the message broker.
    Further messages will indicate the effect of this error on the broker's transactions.  

    Shutdown and restart the message broker.
    If the problem continues to occur, then restart the system.
    If the problem still continues to occur, contact IBM Support.

    where integration_node_name is the name of your integration node.

    Solution:
    Apply IBM Integration Bus APAR IT02690.



Web-based monitoring
  • No known issues

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Useful websites

IBM Integration Bus product page
http://www.ibm.com/software/products/us/en/ibm-integration-bus/

WebSphere MQ Fix Packs
http://www.ibm.com/support/entry/portal/Software/WebSphere/WebSphere_MQ

IBM Integration Bus Fix Packs
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27006041

IBM Integration Bus Requirements
http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/wbimessagebroker/requirements/

IBM Integration Bus readme file
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27006917

IBM Integration Bus Manufacturing Pack V1.0 online product documentation:


IBM Centre for Java™ Technology Development Downloads
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/jdk/

IBM Integration Developer Center on developerWorks
https://developer.ibm.com/integration/docs/manufacturing-integration/

IBM Integration Community


https://developer.ibm.com/integration/




Document change history
  • Product electronic availability: 28 July 2016
  • Web update in this readme file for Version 1.0.0.2: 28 July 2016

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Original Publication Date

26 June 2014

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Document Information

Modified date:
17 June 2018

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