Known Issues: WebSphere Industry Content Packs V7.0.0 Fix Pack 2 (V7.0.0.2)

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This document details known issues with the installation of IBM WebSphere Industry Content Packs, version 7.0.0 Fix Pack 2 (V7.0.0.2).

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This document provides solutions to problems you may encounter (Known issues) while upgrading to IBM WebSphere Industry Content Packs, version 7.0.0 Fix Pack 2 (V7.0.0.2) in addition to information regarding mandatory interim fixes . This section will be updated often, please review this section before you start upgrading your installation. Additions to this document will be placed at the top of each section.

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Recommended Interim fixes
    None.
Known Issues

Problem: Users may get OutOfMemory exception for WebSphere Insurance Content Pack while
deploying Common Services / Solution Scenario PI files in WebSphere Integration Developer

Solution: Please increase MaxHeapSize to 1300 using following steps and retry deployment.

To set the heap size on Distributed Platforms:

1. Log on to the WebSphere Process Server administrative console.
2. Click Servers > Server Types > WebSphere application servers, and then click server1 in the navigation pane.
3. Go to (+) Java and Process Management > Process Definition > Java Virtual Machine.
4. Set the Initial Heap Size to 512 and the Maximum Heap Size to 1300.
5. Click Apply, and then Save to save your changes to the master configuration.

Note: To enable these settings, restart WebSphere Process Server.


Problem: Users may get Stack Overflow before importing any optional jar files for a Content Pack.

Solution: Apply the following setting in JVM of WebSphere Process Server to increase maximum Java thread stack size to 1 mega byte.

To set the Maximum Java thread stack size:

1. Log on to the WebSphere Process Server administrative console.
2. Click Servers > Server Types > WebSphere application servers, and then click server1 in the navigation pane.
3. Go to (+) Java and Process Management > Process Definition > Java Virtual Machine.
4. Set the Generic JVM arguments to -Xss 1m
5. Click Apply, and then Save to save your changes to the master configuration.

Note: To enable these settings, restart WebSphere Process Server.



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Software version:

7.0

Operating system(s):

Windows

Software edition:

Edition Independent

Reference #:

7018583

Modified date:

2012-03-28

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