WebSphere Message Broker v6.0 Tlog Processor
This SupportPac is a set of customized WebSphere Message Broker message sets, sub-flows and flows, style sheets, and a customized parser, expressly designed to process transaction log (TLog) data from retail stores. Customers and service teams can further customize or extend the SupportPac by modifying the message sets and flows or by re-combining these components in alternative ways.
Please note this SupportPac has been withdrawn and will be archived in June 2014.
TLog Processor is designed to process TLog data from retail stores. It provides ready to use components for processing TLog messages from IBM 4690 ACE POS, IBM 4690 GSA POS and IBM 4690 SA POS store side applications.
Skill Level Required
Working knowledge of WebSphere Message Broker on AIX.
Message flow and message sets development with WebSphere Message Broker V6.0
Author: IBM Bangalore WebSphere Message Broker team
Current SupportPac Version: 1.0
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· WebSphere Message Broker V6.0 with Fix Pack 6
· Platforms / Operating Systems :
§ IBM AIX Version 5.2 (plus maintenance level 3)
§ IBM AIX Version 5.3 (maintenance level 2)
§ Microsoft® Windows XP Professional with SP1 or later
§ Microsoft® Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition
§ Microsoft® Windows 2003 Server R2 with SP1 or later
· Database support: IBM DB2® Enterprise Edition, V8.1 Fix Pack 6 and IBM DB2® Enterprise Edition, V8.2 and IBM DB2® V9.1
· Hardware support: IBM eServer™ pSeries®, IBM RS/6000® processor machines and IBM eServer i5 (for AIX)
· WebSphere MQ: IBM WebSphere MQ for AIX, V6.0.1
TLog Processor consists of toolkit (message flows/subflows, message sets, etc.) and runtime (customized RSSDIF parser) components. Toolkit components are provided as standard ‘Project Interchange’ files and can be installed using the ‘Import’ option in the Toolkit. Detailed installation instructions are provided in the Installation Guide with the SupportPac.
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Technical Support for the IBM WebSphere Message Broker – TLog Processor SupportPac is supplied under the standard terms and conditions provided by the International Program License Agreement (IPLA) and thus, carry program defect service.
If you encounter what you believe to be a defect with the SupportPac you may request Program Services, by reporting the problem via the same defect reporting channel you use for the IBM WebSphere Message Broker product with which you are using the SupportPac. This requires an active service agreement for the IBM WebSphere Message Broker product. Enhanced Support, called Subscription and Support, includes telephone assistance (voice support for defects during normal business hours) as well as access to updates, releases, and versions of the program as long as support is in effect. The End of Service date for this SupportPac is the same as IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6.
Note: Support will be provided for serviceable (non-sample) components unmodified and as shipped with the TLog Processor SupportPac package. The design of the TLog Processor SupportPac enables customers to make changes to the subflows, message sets, and/or style sheets in order to customize for any changes that have been made to the standard message sets or to account for transformation changes unique to their environments. Changes made to the message sets, subflows, or style sheets, as provided, will be the responsibility of the customer.
It is not unusual for customers to have made changes to the SA, GSA and ACE messages to accommodate their own environments, therefore, care should be taken to analyze these changes as part of the evaluation process when considering TLog Processor SupportPac.