FileNet Image Services: The stamp utility displays incorrect information.

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Abstract

The stamp utility might display incorrect information on FileNet Image Services modules compiled and released after December 15, 2010.

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The modules are fully functional and they do not cause any type of performance issue. IBM is currently working on a resolution for the stamp output display problem.

This problem occurs on the following modules and releases of FileNet Image Services and FileNet Image Services ToolKit that are posted to IBM Fix Central.

  1. IS 4.1.1 Interim Fixes posted between December 17, 2010 through January 4, 2011.
  2. IS 4.1.2 Interim Fixes posted between January 4, 2011 through February 13, 2011.
  3. ISTK 4.1.2 Interim Fixes posted on February 14th.
  4. ISTK 4.1.2 FP10 (7 modules).

The Image Services 4.1.2 FP10 modules that might display incorrect information are:
    /fnsw/bin/SDS_ISAR_reader
    /fnsw/bin/SDS_FS_reader
    /fnsw/bin/SDS_CSAR_reader
    /fnsw/bin/SDS_worker

    /fnsw/lib/shobj/INXl
    /fnsw/lib/shobj/SDSw_centera
    /fnsw/lib/shobj/SDS
Examples of incorrect stamps:
    stamp INXl
    system 29440.0.2.4(0) (userid 24937, Sat Jan 17 02:02:38 1970)
    developer 1.147.1.4.0 (userid 30831, Sat Oct 26 05:51:43 2030)

    stamp SDSw_centera
    system 4.1.1.194(0) (userid -19290, Wed Dec 29 09:39:22 2010)
    SubSys: os, Rel_type: rel_aixos, SCR#: 387011, mode: 100755, size: 113544

The stamp issue also affects the results of the getstamps.sh (UNIX) and getstamps32 (Windows) utility when using the -compare and -all options.

Resolution: Download the Interim Fix for APAR PJ38585 from IBM Fix Cenral.

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More support for:

FileNet Image Services
Image Services

Software version:

4.1.1, 4.1.2

Operating system(s):

AIX, HP Itanium, HP-UX, Solaris, Windows

Software edition:

All Editions

Reference #:

1461571

Modified date:

2011-03-16

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