There are occasional situations where you may need to terminate and delete active monitoring context instances against a given IBM Business Monitor model. If this situation were to arise, here is an unsupported method to try from IBM:  Please note that this method is stated as-is. You cannot open a PMR requesting support on using […]

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Are you seeing this error in your IBM BPM Advanced Process Center console when you go to archive a Process Application? com.lombardisoftware.gwtcommon.client.RepositoryException: Process center server does not contain sufficient capabilities to run the Process Application Unknown.eNb(Unknown Source) Unknown.vNb(Unknown Source) Unknown.lbb(Unknown Source) Unknown.gbb(Unknown Source) Unknown.R8(Unknown Source) Unknown.O9(Unknown Source) Unknown.Im(Unknown Source) Unknown.jn(Unknown Source) Unknown.anonymous(Unknown Source) Unknown.fd(Unknown Source) Unknown.id(Unknown […]

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After a recent upgrade to both IBM Business Process Manager Advanced and IBM Business Monitor to version 8.0.1.1, events stopped flowing through in our cross cell environment configuration, despite this working prior to the upgrade. There were no errors in any log files and the events were being emitted from the applications. After some troubleshooting, […]

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If you have setup and configured a network deployment environment of IBM Business Monitor V8 with horizontal clustering across multiple nodes using a remote database, it is important to note that the database client needs to be installed on every server where Cognos is installed. You may see this error as a result of the […]

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If you are running your Business Monitor installation on Redhat Linux 6.x, you may encounter the following issue when trying to start your Support cluster members: WSVR0501E: Error creating component com.ibm.ws.channelfw.secure.FirstChannelActions java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com.ibmws.process.linuxutil.ThreadUtil (initialization failure) Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com.ibm.ws.process.linuxutil.ThreadUtil (initialization failure) at java.lang.J9VMInternals.initialize(J9VMInternals.java:168)

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A “hot” deployment or update is an update to a running application on a running server and the changes are dynamically applied without the need for restarting your application server. If you try to perform a “hot” update to a module containing SCA references, you may find that the module does not function correctly after […]

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The following describes how to configure cross cell communication between IBM Business Monitor and IBM Business Process Manager when the products are installed into separate cells. Before running through these steps, you should already have a successful installation completed of both Business Process Manager and Business Monitor. All cluster members should be able to start […]

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After deploying a new snapshot to your BPM 7.5.1 Process Server environment, are you noticing that your Undercover Agent (UCA) is not firing on your set schedule? I noticed this after deploying an application that uses a scheduler event and it should fire at certain times that were decided upon by the development team. I first […]

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This is a step by step guide outlining the installation process for IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8 on a 64 bit Windows machine. Prior to installing, please ensure you check your machine to verify you meet the software/hardware pre-requisites: http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/dmndhelp/v8r0mx/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.wbpm.imuc.ebpm.doc%2Ftopics%2Fcins_preparing.html

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