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򐂰 The BootAgent command may appear to fail if it was submitted after shutting
down or restarting the agent. It may be necessary to wait up to the number of
minutes that OADRetryTimeInterval is set to.
For example, if OADRetryTimeInterval is set to 10 minutes, and the agent is
restarted, the BootAgent does not work for the 10 minutes following the
restart of the agent.
Refer to the WebSphere InterChange Server and WebSphere MQ product
documentation for more information about WebSphere MQ triggering. See:
For WebSphere MQ product documentation, select latest multiplatform books
in the WebSphere MQ Messaging menu at:
Choose the WebSphere MQ System Administration Guide for the appropriate
information. For this book, the WebSphere MQ version that is required is 5.3.
5.2 Tooling changes to WebSphere InterChange Server
This section about tooling changes in WebSphere InterChange Server is for
users migrating from WebSphere ICS Version 4.1.1 to Version 4.3, because the
tooling changes are most significant for these users. Brief information is given for
the new functionality that the tooling provides, but detailed specifics are not
discussed. This section concentrates on changes that require some kind of
updates to the data or configuration or that provide significant new functionality.
Table 5-5 lists major supported tooling additions and changes since
Version 4.1.1. Many of the new and enhanced tools are discussed in this chapter,
and further information about role-based security can be found in 2.3, “New
features in WebSphere InterChange Server 4.3” on page 20.
Table 5-5 Supported tooling since WebSphere InterChange Server 4.1.1
V4.1.1 V4.2.0 V4.2.2 V4.3
Business Object Designer
Map Designer 9999
Connector/Adapter Designer 9999
Relationship Designer 9999
Relationship Manager 9999
Chapter 5. Technical impact of major design changes 89
The WebSphere InterChange Server development model has changed
significantly since Version 4.1.1. In 5.2.1, “WebSphere InterChange Server
development model” on page 89 an overview of the WebSphere InterChange
Server development model shows how the new tools fit into the model.
Further information about tooling and how to use the tools can be found in the
product documentation. A high-level view of the function of the different tools can
be found in Chapter 3, “What is new?” on page 29 and at:
The IBM WebSphere Business Integration Toolset Version 4.2 replaces the IBM
CrossWorlds Full Toolkit, supplying enhanced National Language Support from
U.S. English and Japanese to include French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian
Portuguese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
5.2.1 WebSphere InterChange Server development model
The WebSphere InterChange Server development model has changed
significantly since Version 4.1.1, so this section provides a brief introduction to
the new development model. The model details the steps that are expected to be
necessary for developing and deploying a successful WebSphere Business
Integration System using WebSphere InterChange Server. Find more about the
Process Designer 9999
System Monitor 99 8 8
System View & Statistics 88 99
Web-based System Manager 8999
Flow Manager 9999
Business Object Probes 8999
Activity Editor 8999
Failed Event Manager 8889
Integrated Test Environment 8999
Collaboration Debugger 88 99
Role-based Security 8889
Tools V4.1.1 V4.2.0 V4.2.2 V4.3

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