This document contains the IBM WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.1 Readme.
Readme documentation for IBM WebSphere Message Broker for Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 11) of the tooling and runtime components.
Readme file for: IBM WebSphere Message Broker
Product/Component Release: 6.1
Update Name: Fix Pack 11
6.1.0-WS-MB-AIXPPC64-FP0011 - AIX on 64-bit Power PC architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-HPUXPARISC64-FP0011 - HP-UX on 64-bit HP PA-RISC architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-HPUXIA64-FP0011 - HP-UX on Itanium
6.1.0-WS-MB-SOLARISSPARC64-FP0011 - Solaris on Sun SPARC architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-SOLARISX64-FP0011 - Solaris on Sun x86-64 architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-LINUXIA32-FP0011 - Linux on 32-bit Intel architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-LINUXX64-FP0011 - Linux on Intel x86 architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-LINUXPPC64-FP0011 - Linux on i/p series architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-LINUXZ64-FP0011 - Linux on z/series architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-WINIA32-FP0011 - Windows on 32-bit Intel architecture
6.1.0-WS-MB-ZOS-FP0011 - z/OS
Publication date: 30 May 2008
Last modified date: 29 October 2012
- Download location
- Installation information:
- Prior to installation
- Essential information if you are migrating
- Feature updates
- Additional information
- Known problems and their workarounds (if any):
- WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit
- Web Services
- WebSphere Adapter nodes
- List of fixes
- Copyright and trademark information
- Useful websites
- Document change history
Download WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.1 Fix Pack 18.104.22.168 from the following location:
Always use the latest version of this readme file, which is available in English only at:
Translated readme files are available at:
For information about the tasks you must complete before you install the product, refer to the WebSphere Message Broker Installation Guide, available at:
If you are applying V22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 11) service to the Message Broker Toolkit, refer to the Installation Guide for instructions on this process to ensure that you complete the process correctly.
Access the Installation Guide online in the IBM Publications Center at:
A WebSphere Message Broker fix pack can be installed on a UNIX, Linux, or Windows system only after a full version of WebSphere Message Broker has been installed. You must install the GA (General Availability) code to ensure that you comply with your license agreement. The full version of WebSphere Message Broker can be installed to any location on your system, and you are not required to install the fix pack to the same location. If you attempt to install the fix pack on a system that does not have a full version of WebSphere Message Broker installed, your installation fails with the following message:
The License Agreement could not be properly loaded.
Applying service to z/OS
If you are applying service to z/OS, the Program Temporary Fix (PTF) packages must be downloaded as binary files, and then transferred to z/OS:
1. Download the PTF packages as binary files from the WebSphere Message Broker Support Site at http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/wbimessagebroker/support/ and save the files to your workstation.
2. Allocate sequential data sets with the following attributes:
Organization . . . : PS
Record format . . . : FB
Record length . . . : 1024
Block size . . . . : 6144
1st extent tracks . : 500
Secondary tracks . : 50
You can use the following sample Job Control Language (JCL) to allocate these data sets:
/* INSERT A VALID JOBCARD HERE
//ALLOCATE EXEC PGM=IEFBR14
//SYSMOD1 DD DSN=YOUR HIGH LEVEL QUALIFIER (HLQ).PTF NUMBER.TRS,
3. Transfer the binary files from your local workstation to z/OS. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) can be used to transfer the files to the target z/OS as binary files by using the replace option, for example:
put PTF NUMBER.TRS 'YOUR HLQ.PTF NUMBER.TRS' (replace
4. Unpack the data sets using the TRSMAIN utility program. This utility is available at http://techsupport.services.ibm.com/390/trsmain.html.
You can use the following sample JCL to unpack the data sets after the changes have been made, and a suitable job card added:
//* UNTERSE APAR
/UNPACK EXEC PGM=TRSMAIN,PARM='UNPACK'
//STEPLIB DD DISP=SHR,DSN=TERSE.LOADLIB
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//INFILE DD DSN=YOUR HLQ.PTF NUMBER.TRS,
//OUTFILE DD DSN=YOUR HLQ.PTF NUMBER,
5. Apply the resulting files using System Modification Program/Extended(SMP/E) for z/OS RECEIVE and APPLY.
Essential information if you are migrating
If you are migrating from WebSphere Message Broker Version 5.0 or Version 6.0, refer to the online information center at http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wmbhelp/v6r1m0/index.jsp, which provides detailed information about how to migrate.
A document describing specific migration issues that have been reported through IBM Support is available at http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21255570.
The online information center for WebSphere Message Broker is available at:
Always refer to the online information center for the latest information.
The stand-alone information center for WebSphere Message Broker is provided on the Quick Start CD, and can also be accessed online at:
It is also available for download at:
ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/integration/wbibrokers/docs/V6.1/wmb_help_linux.tgz (Linux version)
ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/integration/wbibrokers/docs/V6.1/wmb_help_win.zip (Windows version)
Read the quickstart_welcome.html file, which is included in the ibm_help folder within the wmb_help_linux.tgz and wmb_help_win.zip files.
Collections of information topics in Portable Document Format (.pdf) can be found at:
Defects: Throughout this readme file there are references to defect numbers. These numbers refer to internal IBM problem numbers; you might find these numbers useful when discussing problems with your IBM service representative.
Technotes: For current information about known problems and available fixes, go to the WebSphere Message Broker support website at:
To find information, click the Troubleshoot tab. In the Problem resolution pane, click More results. Troubleshooting documents are displayed and can be ordered and searched further.
For information about downloading WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.1 installation images from the Passport Advantage website, see the Passport Advantage downloads for WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 download document, which is available at:
Versions: For the latest status on which particular versions of operating system and databases are supported by WebSphere Message Broker, consult the System requirements page at:
Check periodically for updates to the toolkit, including documentation updates in English and in other supported languages. Recommended fixes for WebSphere Message Broker can be found at:
Details of what's new in Version 6.1, and information about new function added in Version 6.1 fix packs can be found at:
Known problems and their workarounds (if any):
This section outlines the known problems and their workarounds (if any) of WebSphere Message Broker, by component.
- Path length
When creating your installation path, ensure that the path length does not exceed the maximum character length for your system. (For example; Windows allows a maximum of 256 characters).
- WebSphere Message Broker V126.96.36.199 (Fix Pack 3) or later supports WebSphere MQ V7.0
For installations on Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows Server 2008, install a WebSphere MQ V7 fix pack that includes APAR number IC57915 to avoid the following issues:
- Failures in brokers starting and stopping.
- Failures for globally coordinated ('XA') transactions with WebSphere MQ and databases.
- Windows C Runtime Libraries (Window CRT)
When performing a product installation using the WebSphere Message Broker Windows Launchpad, the Windows C runtime libraries (Windows CRT) installation is displayed as a mandatory prerequisite.
However, if you are applying service to upgrade an existing installation to Version 188.8.131.52 or later, you must install the Windows CRT separately to avoid the following issues:
- XA coordination with WebSphere MQ Version 6 does not work because the broker switch .dll files cannot be loaded by the WebSphere MQ queue manager.
- mqsi*.exe commands in the toolkit, such as mqsimigratemsgsets.exe, fail with errors such as: "This application has failed to install because MSVCR80.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem."
- The PHPCompute node does not work.
- Miscellaneous third-party applications that call broker .dll files might not work.
Install the Windows CRT separately.
The English Windows CRT installer has been included in the broker bin directory. Navigate to your installation and double-click the vcredist_x86.exe file to compete the installation.
To download the Windows CRT in a different language, go to the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) download web page at:
- Installations of WebSphere Message Broker Version 184.108.40.206 (Fix Pack 2) and below are not supported on Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Installations of WebSphere Message Broker Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 2) or below on Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 do not work correctly and create unusual elements in the file system and registry which might require manual removal.
Install WebSphere Message Broker Version 18.104.22.168 (Fix Pack 3) or later, which is supported on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
- Silent installation
This issue is resolved in Version 22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 3).
If you choose to install runtime components silently, and you generate a template or record a response file, the examples in the Installation Guide, Chapter 7 "Choosing an installation interface" on page 79, are incorrect. To record a response file enter:
installer -options-record responsefile.
To generate a template, enter
installer -options-template responsefile.
The corresponding commands in table 13 on page 80 are also incorrect; you must not include a space between -options and -record or -template.
Refer to the updated installation guide at:
- Using the Windows extraction wizard to extract Message Broker 6.1 .zip files from the Passport Advantage website
When using the Windows extraction wizard to extract WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 compressed files downloaded from the Passport Advantage website, specifying a long directory path in which to extract the files might cause a password message to display.
If you extract a file into a directory with a long path, the path length might be too long for the Windows extraction wizard to process, and instead of receiving an error message, a window opens with a message prompting for a password. For example, "Password Needed File 'DB2CS_NewCLRProcWizard...' is password protected. Please enter the password in the box below". This message is erroneous and might be displayed for many files.
Extract the file to a location with a short directory path, such as C:\temp\dbimage.
- The Installshield wizard for Version 126.96.36.199 (Fix Pack 10) and later Fix Packs lists the version number as 6.1.1x instead of 188.8.131.52x
When installing WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 Fix Pack 10 and later Fix Packs, the version number is displayed as 6.1.1x instead of 184.108.40.206x.
This issue is caused by a limitation in Install Shield Multi Platform (ISMP). You can safely ignore the version number that is displayed, and continue with your installation. After your installation is complete, the version number is correctly displayed as 220.127.116.11x in the WebSphere Message Broker runtime environment, and the output from the mqsiprofile and the mqsiservice -v commands correctly displays 18.104.22.168x.
- WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 on AIX V5.3
After deploying a message flow and starting a broker, you might see the following symptoms:
- The execution group restarts
- A core dump file is created
- A zero length abend file is generated
- The syslog contains the following error messages:
BIP2060W: The broker has detected that the Execution Group <insert_1>, process ID <insert_2>, has shutdown.
BIP2227E: Error encountered during abend processing: <insert_1> - terminating.
Additionally, the mqsistart command might not start the broker, and the syslog might contain the following error message:
BIP8893E: Verification failed. Unable to access file '/var/mqsi/components/AIX53_BK/bipcvp_javaversion.tmp' with user ID <insert_2>.
These problems can occur if the level of the AIX V5.3 file set bos.rte.libc is below 22.214.171.124.
To overcome this issue, upgrade the bos.rte.libc file set to a minimum level of 126.96.36.199. Version 188.8.131.52 is available in AIX version 5.3 TL05 SP2.
- AIX xlC.rte file set is upgraded to level 184.108.40.206 automatically when AIX is upgraded to V5.3 TL7 or TL8
Upgrading AIX to V5.3 TL7 or TL8 also upgrades the xlC.rte file set to V220.127.116.11, causing the following symptoms when starting the AIX server, starting WebSphere MQ, deploying a message flow, or starting a broker:
BIP2623E: Unable to open queue <insert_2> on WebSphere MQ queue manager <insert_1>: completion code <insert_3>; reason code <insert_4>
BIP2604E: Node failed to open WebSphere MQ queue <insert_2> owned by queue manager <insert_1>: completion code <insert_3>; reason code <insert_4>
MQRC=2018: 2018 0x000007e2 MQRC_HCONN_ERROR
These problems can occur if the xlC.rte file set version is above V9, but below 18.104.22.168.
To overcome this issue, upgrade the xlC.rte file set version to 22.214.171.124. For further information, and for a link to the PTF download that contains the AIX package with the xlC.rte.126.96.36.199 file set, see the WebSphere Message Broker customer support website technote at:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) enabled is not supported
The tooling and runtime components of WebSphere Message Broker do not support Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) enabled.
- Migration on Linux and UNIX
When you migrate a runtime component from either Version 5.0 or Version 6.0 to Version 6.1 on the same computer, open a new shell before you run mqsiprofile to set up your command environment.
- Migration on z/OS
Migration for z/OS requires IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 188.8.131.52 (Fix Pack 2).
- General migration information section of information center topic ah20250_
In Version 5.0 and 6.0, you can have a message set containing both non-MRM and MRM models with the message set Message Domain property set to something other than 'MRM' or 'IDOC', and generate a .dictionary file when the message set is added to a bar file, regardless of the Message Domain setting.
In Version 6.1, a dictionary is generated only if Message Domain is 'MRM' or 'IDOC'.
Select the MRM check box under the message set Supported message domains property.
- Defect 49194 Toolkit fails to start
When you try to start the toolkit a "JVM terminated Exit Code = 1" error is displayed, or the javaw.exe process takes 100% of the CPU and stops.
The problem might be due to the -Xshareclasses:singleJVM, keep switch in the eclipse.ini file. This switch creates a cache that provides a means of sharing all loaded classes, and places no restrictions on the JVMs that are sharing the class data. If the cache becomes corrupted, no new JVMs are allowed to connect to the cache. Existing JVMs can continue to function, but cannot update the cache.
To resolve the problem, delete the corrupted cache. The cache is rebuilt the next time the product is launched. To delete the cache:
1. Open a command prompt.
2. Navigate to Message Broker Toolkit Directory/jdk/jre/bin.
3. Enter the following command:
On Microsoft Windows:
The product now starts successfully.
- Defect 49193 Installing plug-ins using the Eclipse Update Manager
If you need to update packages that were originally installed using the IBM Installation Manager, you must also update them using the IBM Installation Manager. Although you can use Eclipse Update Manager to install non-IBM plug-ins, it is important that you do not use Eclipse Update Manager to update Eclipse features and plug-ins that were originally installed using the IBM Installation Manager. When you add plug-ins using the Eclipse Update Manager, ensure that you install them into the package group directory and not the shared resources directory (which is managed by the IBM Installation Manager and is reserved).
- Ensure that you save a backup copy of your platform.xml file before you add any non-IBM plug-ins using the Eclipse Update Manager.
- Do not delete the platform.xml file as a way of allowing Eclipse to regenerate the file.
- Ensure that you save the platform.xml file before you make changes to the configuration. (For example; by using the Eclipse Update Manager.
- When you are using the Eclipse Update Manager, do not specify the shared resource directory as the destination, but specify the package group directory instead.
- Do not use the Eclipse Update Manager to search for updates for features that were originally installed using the IBM Installation Manager.
- Defect 49195 Startup panel
When multiple products have been installed as part of a package group, the panel that is displayed while the program is starting (which is sometimes referred to as the "splash screen") is dependent upon which product in the package group was installed first. For example, if you installed Rational Application Developer (RAD), then WebSphere Message Broker, and then WebSphere Integration Developer (WID), the startup panel for RAD is displayed when any of the three programs is starting.
- Defect 51112 Cleanup or format WSDL or XSD files
Formatting a WSDL or XSD file a certain way might cause problems in the resulting project after importing.
1. One or more elements in the original WSDL or XSD file are missing from the message definition file that is created when the WSDL or XSD file is imported, resulting in runtime validation errors.
2. At development time, errors display when a 'Deployable WSDL' resource validates. Error example; "A Message Set cannot contain two global element declarations with the same name and namespace (target or chameleon)".
If you encounter any unexpected results after importing WSDL or Schema resources into a message set, cleanup or format the file. Complete the following steps to cleanup or format the file:
1. Copy the WSDL or XSD file into the workspace. Do not import the file into the workspace.
2. Open the WSDL or XSD file in the editor, and click Format > Document which is located under the Source option in the workbench main menu, or alternatively, click Cleanup Document.
3. Save the modified file.
4. Import the modified file.
The file now imports successfully.
- Defect 70284 Start/Stop Help menu items missing
On Windows, the "Start Help" and "Stop Help" menu items in the Start > Program Files are missing.
- Defect 67266 WSDL file with incorrect encoding gives spurious errors import
If you import WSDL or XSD definitions, you might encounter errors in the file validity for certain file encodings such as EBCDIC-CP-US. To import these definitions successfully, update the encoding attribute within the XML file to the encoding of the system (for example; UTF-8).
- Defect 72964 Circular project dependency errors display when new or imported projects reference each other
If two new or imported projects reference each other, a circular project dependency error displays.
To resolve the problem, perform either of the following options:
- Manually remove project references by right-clicking the project name in the Broker Development view and selecting the Properties menu item. Select Project References from the Properties window, and a list of all regular projects in the workspace is displayed from which you can clear project references.
- From V184.108.40.206 Interim Fix 001, click Preferences > Broker Development > Project Dependency Validation and disable the circular dependency validation.
- Windows .NET Server Web Services Security X509
This issue is resolved in Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 2).
Windows .NET Server Web Services Security X509 is not supported with WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.1. All other WebSphere Message Broker Web Services capabilities with Windows .NET are still fully supported, specifically USERNAME tokens for Web Services Security.
- Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism support restriction
The use of Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) attachments greater than 16 KB in size is not supported.
- Collector node
The Collector node can cause abends which are resolved in IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 18.104.22.168 (Fix Pack 2).
- TCP/IP nodes TCPIPClientInput, TCPIPServerInput, TCPIPClientReceive, and TCPIPServerReceive
This issue is resolved in Version 22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 3).
When using the XMLNSC parser to determine the end of a message in the TCP/IP input and receive nodes, the XMLNSC parser finds the end of the message only if the next XML document appears on the bit stream, or if the end of bit stream is seen by the XMLNSC parser. If neither of these occur, a timeout exception is displayed.
To overcome this, set the Record detection property to Delimited, and add a null character to the bit stream.
- TCP/IP nodes on Solaris x86-64
The TCP/IP nodes on Solaris x86-64 do not process data and might refuse connections. If you experience these problems, set rlim_fd_max and rlim_fd_cur to 8193 or lower.
- JMS nodes on z/OS
The JMS nodes on z/OS do not support the coordinated transactions until IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 126.96.36.199 (Fix Pack 2).
- Using WebSphere Message Broker Version 188.8.131.52 (Fix Pack 1) EndpointLookup and RegistryLookup nodes to access WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) V6.1
WebSphere Message Broker Version 184.108.40.206 (Fix Pack 1) EndpointLookup and RegistryLookup nodes can be used to access service metadata that resides on WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) version 6.0.2 or version 6.1. However new functionality introduced in WSRR Version 6.1, such as referencing MQ Endpoints within WSDL and accessing modeled objects and elements, is not currently supported.
- Using WebSphere Message Broker Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 2) or later EndpointLookup and RegistryLookup nodes
WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) version 6.1 or later, is supported. Previous versions of WSRR are not supported.
- WebSphere MQ link for SAP R/3 support
Migrating from WebSphere MQ link for SAP R/3 to WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 requires IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 18.104.22.168 (Fix Pack 2).
- Sybase globally coordinated ('XA') transactions
Globally coordinated ('XA') transactions are not supported.
- Oracle globally coordinated ('XA') transactions
Oracle globally coordinated ('XA') transactions are not supported on Windows with Oracle 11g clients.
Oracle globally coordinated ('XA') transactions are not supported with Oracle RAC data sources. This issue is resolved in Version 22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 6).
- Oracle RAC failover
Oracle RAC failover is supported for ODBC connections in both non-XA and XA environments. Support is limited to the connect-time failover feature of Oracle RAC, with supported Oracle versions from 10.2.0.4 and above. WebSphere Message Broker V126.96.36.199 or later is required for Oracle RAC connect-time failover in XA environments.
- JDBC/XA globally coordinated ('XA') transactions
JDBC/XA globally coordinated ('XA') transactions are supported on DB2 and Oracle (except Oracle RAC) on all broker platforms except HP-UX on Itanium and z/OS.
ODBC XA and JDBC/XA cannot be mixed on the same broker.
- Informix globally coordinated ('XA') transactions
Informix globally coordinated ('XA') transactions are not supported.
- Informix stored procedures
Informix stored procedures are supported from V188.8.131.52 (Fix Pack 4) when using the version of the Informix Client listed in the V6.1 detailed system requirements for your platform at:
For restrictions that apply to Informix stored procedures and further documentation see the WebSphere Message Broker information center topic “CREATE PROCEDURE statement” at:
- Calling a DB2 V9 stored procedure that has parameters of type 'REAL' fails when executed against a DB2 database on z/OS
If a DB2 Version 9 stored procedure that has parameters of type 'REAL' is executed against a DB2 database which is on a z/OS system, the call fails with DB2 error "CLI0111E Numeric value out of range. SQLSTATE=22003".
Install the following minimum versions of DB2:
For DB2 V9.1: Fix Pack 6 with APAR IZ23102.
For DB2 V9.5: Fix Pack 2 with APAR IZ23103.
- Upgrade of DataDirect ODBC drivers
The DataDirect ODBC drivers supplied with WebSphere Message Broker, and the corresponding sample ODBC .ini files, were updated for all platforms except HP-UX on PA-RISC at Version 184.108.40.206 (Fix Pack 2), and for HP-UX on PA-RISC at Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 3).
If your current installation is at Version 18.104.22.168 or Version 22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 1), you must make additional changes to your ODBC connections when you apply Version 126.96.36.199 (Fix Pack 2) or later.
See topic ah01589_ "Applying service to runtime components" for details of how to apply this fix pack at:
The instructions include links to topics for Linux and UNIX (ah01652_) and for Windows (ah01653_) that describe the ODBC changes that you must make.
- The manipulation of UNICODE data in databases
The manipulation of UNICODE data in databases is supported from Version 188.8.131.52 (Fix Pack 3).
For a description of this support see the WebSphere Message Broker information center topic "Support for UNICODE and DBCS data in databases" at:
If you have a DB2 Version 8.1 or 9.1 database on z/OS you must install the fix for DB2 APAR PK74344 or you might see Character Large Object (CLOB) data corruptions, or SQL error messages when using the SELECT function, such as a return of SQLSTATE 01004.
- Configuring databases on HP-UX on PA-RISC with WebSphere Message Broker Version 184.108.40.206 (Fix Pack 2) or below
If you have installed WebSphere Message Broker Version 220.127.116.11 (Fix Pack 2) or below on HP-UX on PA-RISC, you must use the DataDirect Connect (or DataDirect Connect64) for ODBC Drivers (DD) V5.0 to set up ODBC connections to databases. The information center topics refer to DD V5.3, which is not supported on this platform.
Before you start to configure an ODBC connection for a broker database or a user database, read the technote “Configuring database ODBC connections for WebSphere Message Broker V6.1 on HP-UX (PA-RISC platform)” at:
This document provides detailed information about how to define connections and configure global coordination of transactions using the DD V5.0 drivers. No other platforms are affected by this change.
- ODBC trace settings
This issue is resolved in Version 18.104.22.168 (Fix Pack 6).
Linux and UNIX ODBC trace is enabled using the Trace setting in the [ODBC] stanza of the $ODBCINI32, or the $ODBCINI file. To turn on ODBC trace, set Trace to 1, for example Trace=1. The DataDirect V5.3 ODBC drivers support an additional setting called TraceOptions. TraceOptions can be set to the value 3 for additional trace detail, including time stamp information.
Information center topics ah14449_, ah14452_, ah25530_, and ah14444_ refer to setting the TraceOptions value to 3, however TraceOptions=3 causes ODBC trace to be active regardless of the Trace setting. Therefore this option has not been included in the sample 32–bit ODBC definition file (odbc32.ini), or the sample 64–bit ODBC definition file (odbc64.ini) that are supplied with WebSphere Message Broker.
When you have finished collecting trace, edit the $ODBCINI32 or $ODBCINI file and either remove the line TraceOptions=3, or comment it out; for example ;#TraceOptions=3.
- Migrating a broker that uses a Sybase database as a broker database
If you have previously created a broker that uses a Sybase database as the broker database, and you want to upgrade to Message Broker Version 22.214.171.124 (Fix Pack 2), the broker and the broker database might encounter problems when you start the broker.
To overcome this, run the following commands after migration, and before you start the broker.
1. At a command prompt enter the following command:
isql -Umqsiuid -Pmqsipw
If you have authorized another user ID and password for broker access to the database, substitute your values for mqsiuid and mqsipw in that command.
2. Connect to the broker database with this command:
If you have created your broker database with a different name, substitute your broker database name for WBRKBKDB in that command.
3. Apply the change with this command:
4. Update the BROKERAA table with the following commands:
alter table BROKERAA
modify MsgId NOT NULL
modify ReplyToQ NOT NULL
5. Apply the change with this command:
6. Update the BROKERAAEG table with the following commands:
alter table BROKERAAEG
modify MsgId NOT NULL
modify CntlMsgId NOT NULL
7. Apply the change with this command:
8. Update the BSUBSCRIPTIONS table with the following commands:
alter table BSUBSCRIPTIONS
modify Expiration NOT NULL
modify Creation NOT NULL
9. Apply the change with this command:
10. Update the BMQPSTOPOLOGY table with the following commands:
alter table BMQPSTOPOLOGY
modify Migrated NOT NULL
11. Apply the change with this command:
12. Update the BACLENTRIES table with the following commands:
alter table BACLENTRIES
modify QopLevel NOT NULL
13. Apply the change with this command:
14. Update the BMULTICASTTOPICS table with the following commands:
alter table BMULTICASTTOPICS
modify GroupAddress NOT NULL
15. Apply the change with this command:
16. Update the BAGGREGATE table with the following commands:
alter table BAGGREGATE
modify ReplyGroupId NOT NULL
17. Apply the change with this command:
- Error Handler Sample
The sample is not supported until IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 126.96.36.199 (Fix Pack 2).
- Collector Sample
The sample is not supported until IC54505. IC54505 is included in Version 188.8.131.52 (Fix Pack 2).
Fixes included in WebSphere Message Broker V184.108.40.206:
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