I am running IBM TRIRIGA with WebSphere Liberty Profile. How can I update the Java version that I am running in WebSphere Liberty Profile? With upgrades or maintenance, if I installed IBM TRIRIGA with WebSphere Liberty Profile, I might in the future need to update the Java that I am running in WebSphere Liberty Profile.
If you need guidance on how to update your Java version in WebSphere Liberty Profile, refer to the following documentation: Customizing the Liberty environment.
[Admin: The same article is also posted in the IBM TRIRIGA blog and Watson IoT Support blog.]
Create two capital projects with identical names. Add those two projects to the program. Add funding for the first project from the fund that you created on the program. Add funding to the second project, from the same funding source.
Open the first project again, and you will see the funding you just added to Project 2 is also on Project 1. It does not create duplicate allocation records, but instead, associates the allocation to both projects, causing it to appear in both Project Fund Allocation sections.
[Admin: The same article is also posted in the IBM Support Portal as a technote.]
TRIRIGA Web Services (WSDL) are not working on WebSphere 8.5.5 with TRIRIGA 3.4.2. The error “IncompatibleClassChangeError” is reported. The full error message is as follows:
Caused by: java.lang.IncompatibleClassChangeError:
TRIRIGA 3.4.2 uses the Apache Neethi 3.0.2 jar to support the web services associated with the Connector for Business Applications (CBA). However, it seems that WebSphere 18.104.22.168 uses an earlier version of Neethi internally via [WebSphere root]\AppServer\plugins\org.apache.axis2.jar. The two versions of Neethi don’t particularly care for each other and result in an “IncompatibleClassChangeError” problem… Without the TRIRIGA 3.4.2 Neethi, web services do not work. Without the org.apache.axis2.jar, the WebSphere Admin Console (and probably some other things) do not work…
I have multiple servers as a part of my TRIRIGA deployment, all upgraded to the latest platform version. Every few times that I try to login, I am told that “The Database and Application Server Build Numbers Do Not Match!” Why?
CAD Integrator users who attempt to login via the CAD Integrator menu are getting an error indicating that there is no valid application definition. You see an entry in the server log like this: “No valid standard application definitions were found.”
This means the CAD application definitions or one of their components needs to be modified to account for changes in the underlying forms that the application definitions reference. You will need to review the server.log file and ci.log file to identify the missing component(s)…
The most common cause of this problem is the result of changes within the objects that are referenced by the application definitions. For example, if the triFloor form has been modified to include a new field.
[Admin: This post is related to the 01.29.16 post about getting an error that no valid CI application definitions exist.]
Is it possible to modify the Action Items portal section to hide the “Accept” button based on user profile or security group? The portal section appears to be a system type and does not have the option to be modified.
Any object with a “sys” prefix cannot be customized nor configured. In this case, the “Accept” action is a system section action. An alternative way is to create a custom portal section.
How do I activate Garbage Collection (GC) tracing for my IBM TRIRIGA application running on WebSphere Liberty Profile (WLP)? I need to start tracing GC for WLP to check if there are performance or stability issues due to GC runs.
[Admin: This post is related to the 09.29.14 post about tracing WebSphere GC runs for a TRIRIGA server.]