Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo

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Recent posts by Marcelo Sousa Ancelmo

Hi Sujeeth,

RMC stands for Rational Method Composer, you can download a trial version from here IBM Rational Method Composer

Regards,
Hi James,

What is the version of JSF that you are trying to run? What is the version of WebSphere that you are using? Did you followed all the steps outlined here?

Regards,
7 years ago
Hi Guys,

I had just received an letter from Prometric with my beta exam transcript, my score was 80%

Integral7 and VUE still didn't says anything.

Regards,
Hi guys,

I just accessed the prometric site and the exam status changed to Passed

integral7 says nothing

I did not received any email from Prometric or VUE, so i don't know if we can celebrate. Did anyone received any update/

Regards,

Mikalai Zaikin wrote: ...Beta Exam score reports will be available at http://www.pearsonvue.com/oracle February 3, 2011 ...



Very Strange, mainly because we have done the exam at the Prometric

Did not received any email, will check prometric and integral7 site.

Regards,
Hello Sachin,

Look if you don't have on your client classpath an older version of the stubs and /or dependecies of the EJB component.

Regards,
Hi Essam,

Did you had installed the Rational Agent Controller? As far as I know, you need it to setup a remote WAS server.
The following link is a pretty old, but the idea of remote WAS management remains barely the same.

Regards,
8 years ago
Ajay,

You need to distribute the applications to your web server, this is done at deployment time or configurig the application changing its target, then you regenerate the plugin-cfg.xml file and propagate it to your web server

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8 years ago
Srimoyee,

Is any exception raised when you try to access the application?
Also, when you start the application, are any exception throw?
Try to send any log, so we can help you more.

Regards,
8 years ago
Hello Mohamed,

Did you tried to generate the ejb client jar (containing only the local / remote interface) and then used that jar in your application classpath?

Regards,
8 years ago
Hello Nirmal,

Your problem is that your business transaction, has timed out, you can try one of the following:
The easy way - Change the timeout value for the transactions, WebSphere default is 2 minutes (Bad idea, but will work)
The right way - Why is your transaction taking so long? It is a database problem? A logic problem? Try to investigate that.

Regards,
8 years ago
Giriraj,

PMI = Perfomance Monitoring Infrastructure
Basically, it is a bunch of data collectors that you can turn on to see what is going on in your WAS enviroment.
More information about this feature you can find in WebSphere 6.1 Infocenter, find for PMI
There is also an API, but it is not well documented, search for it in the link above.

Regards,
8 years ago
Giriraj,

There is some counters available on PMI that can tell you the session size.
Also, you can try MessAdmin . It is a very easy to use tool, that can tell you all about your session object (Besides other things).

Regards,
8 years ago