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AIX: without in-place database migration
This section provides the steps necessary to perform a without in-place database
migration for WebSphere InterChange Server 4.2.2.4 to WebSphere InterChange
Server 4.3.0.
Pre-migration steps
Table A-34 details the pre-migration steps for a without in-place database
migration of WebSphere InterChange Server 4.2.2 on AIX.
Table A-34 AIX without in-place database pre-migration steps for 4.2.2
1. Put the environment in a quiescent state.
a. Stop all adapters from polling the event tables.
b. Resolve transactional status of transactional collaborations.
c. Resubmit failed events or discard the events.
d. Stop all collaborations.
2. Backing Up and Shutting Down Components.
a. Back up WebSphere InterChange Server repository.
b. Back up Custom collaborations components (Java class files,
message files, Custom Connectors)
c. Back up Map components (map design files, Java class files,
message files).
d. Back up Relationship database tables.
e. Log files (as desired for historical information).
f. Back up user projects.
g. Shut down the WebSphere InterChange Server.
h. Back up the database.
i. Stop PersistentNameServer.
j. Back up the WebSphere MQ environment.
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Migration steps
Table A-35 details the migration steps for without in-place database migration of
WebSphere InterChange Server 4.2.2 on AIX.
Table A-35 AIX without in-place database migration steps for 4.2.2
1. Upgrade the Database System.
a. Upgrade database.
b. Prepare an empty database for the 4.3.0 repository.
c. Check the database parameters.
d. For DB2 test the c-compiler.
e. For DB2 Catalog database with Loopback Node.
f. Restart database.
2. Upgrade WebSphere MQ.
3. Installation of WebSphere InterChange Server 4.3.0.
a. create new WebSphere InterChange Server admin user.
b. make user member of group mqm/dbadmins group.
c. install to new directory with new WebSphere InterChange
Server admin user.
d. Apply custom configuration settings to
$CROSSWORLDS/InterchangeSystem.cfg.
e. Include external code and jar-files in CLASSPATH.
f. Modify and verify the environment.
g. Install the WebSphere Business Integration Toolset.
4. Starting the new Server.
a. Start WebSphere MQ Queue Manager and Listener.
b. Start Database.
c. Start Persistent Name Server.
d. Start WebSphere InterChange Server in design mode.
5. Start the System Manager.
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Post-migration steps
Table A-36 details the post-migration steps for without in-place database
migration of WebSphere InterChange Server 4.2.2 on AIX.
Table A-36 AIX without in-place database post-migration steps for 4.2.2
6. Import the Solution created in the backup step.
7. Include custom .jar files in the CLASSPATH.
8. Set the compliance of the compiler to Java 1.4.
9. Examine custom code for Java 1.4 compliance.
10.Compile maps and templates in tools.
11.Reconfigure components that require modification.
a. Reconfigure or create any connection pools and relationship
definitions.
b. Examine and set the triggering events for LLBP Asynch
Inbound calls to <None>.
c. Reconfigure any custom code or property that has changed.
12.Deploy the user project.
13.Restart the WebSphere InterChange Server if prompted.
14.Complete relationship migration.
a. Copy the data from each relationship table to the new
relationship table.
b. Set the sequence number.
c. Verify the relationship with Relationship Manager.
1. Create basic security to match previous version.
a. Create user admin/password null in administrator role.
b. Enable Role-based Access Control in WebSphere
InterChange Server.
c. Restart WebSphere InterChange Server for this to become
active.
2. Reconfigure clients using the Server Access Interface.
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3. Enable the WebSphere InterChange Server for adapters.
4. Test the WebSphere InterChange Server.
5. Uninstall (optional):
a. JDK 1.3.1 if not needed elsewhere
b. WebSphere InterChange Server 4.2.2.4
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