This Open Mic outlines the migration considerations for WebSphere Partner Gateway such as planning, installation modes, elements needing backup, migration of existing security configuration, fixpack alignment, hub and database handling, and items requiring user intervention after migration.
Open Mic sessions are conducted in a question and answer format. The table below provides a time index (minutes:seconds) to the recording and describes the questions or topics discussed. You can fast forward to any question using the time index, a table containing the panel of experts is also included.
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Open Mic session
6 May 2010 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
|10:41||What are the pre-migration tasks I should plan for?|
|13:20||What are the minimum software and hardware requirements for WebSphere Partner Gateway 6.2.0 and which migration documentation should I reference?|
|15:57||Which installation mode is best for migrating my existing WebSphere Partner Gateway system?|
|20:51||Can I migrate WebSphere Business Integration Connect (WBIC) 4.2.2 to WebSphere Partner Gateway 6.2.0?|
|25:27||How is the smart migration feature going to help migrate my existing WebSphere Partner Gateway?|
|31:11||Are there manual actions I need to perform after the completion of the migration?|
|TBD||Open lines for live question and answer period|
|39:25||End of Call|
Panel of Experts:
|Reema Kakodker||Staff Software Engineer|
|Max Terpolilli||Advisory Software Engineer|
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|Business Integration||WebSphere Partner Gateway Advanced Edition||Not Applicable||AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows||6.2, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206|
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