This document provides information on the release of WebSphere® Transformation Extender Pack for SWIFT Version 4.3.1.
IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender Pack for SWIFT
Version 4.3.1 release notes
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- About this release
- Installation and configuration information
- Known limitations, problems and workarounds
- New and changed behavior
- Resolved Authorized Program Analysis Reports (APARS)
- Contacting customer support
- Notices and trademarks
1. ABOUT THIS RELEASE
This release is a full version of the product.
Where to find the software to download
To download the software for this release of the product, go to Passport Advantage Online.
For details about supported hardware and software, see the system requirements.
What's new in this release
- Support for MT 2012 Standards Release
- Extended support for MT System messages
- MX Validation Framework incorporating all MX schemas published by SWIFT since December 2, 2011
- Updated MT-MX translation maps using the latest translation documents published by SWIFT, as of December 2011. These documents are based upon the SWIFT MT 2011 and the SWIFT MX 2011 standards.
- Support for integrating pack components with Sterling B2B Integrator version 22.214.171.124, using WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers version 126.96.36.199.
Documentation for this product is provided in Portable Document Format (PDF) and in an IBM Eclipse help system called an information center. Instructions for accessing both the PDF documentation and the information center are provided below. For more information about WebSphere Transformation Extender product documentation, see the Documentation release notes.
PDF documentation installs with the product. After the installation is complete, you can access the documentation from the Windows Start menu.
Documentation for this product is also available in the WebSphere Transformation Extender information center which installs with the product and is accessed through the WebSphere Transformation Extender Design Studio Help menu and from the Windows Start menu. An on-line version of the information center is also available.
In this release of the product, documentation is provided in English (United States) only.
2. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION INFORMATION
Before you install this version of the pack, one of the versions of WebSphere Transformation Extender listed in the following table must first be installed.
If you are installing the pack from the ESD site, install the pack using the executable ( *.exe) file associated with your WebSphere Transformation base product as indicated in the table below:
|WebSphere Transformation Extender base product required||ESD site executable file|
Installing the pack
Follow these steps to install the pack on Windows systems:
- Obtain the product media, or image, from the Support Downloads page.
- Run the setup.exe command. If you are installing the pack from the ESD site, run the part_number.exe command (see the table above).
- Follow the instructions in the installation program.
Uninstalling the pack
Follow these steps to uninstall the pack from Windows systems:
- Click Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
- Select the pack that you want to remove.
- Click Change/Remove and follow the prompts.
NOTE: The Repair or Remove options are no longer available in the installation program. You must uninstall the packs using the procedure detailed above.
Deploying the MT-MX translation maps
See the WebSphere Transformation Extender Pack for SWIFT user documentation for deployment details.
Implement the Pack for SWIFT on WebSphere Message Broker
To implement the Pack for SWIFT version 4.3.1 on WebSphere Message Broker 188.8.131.52 with WebSphere Transformation Extender version 184.108.40.206, refer to the following steps:
- Copy the SWIFT jars (jval431.jar and jvcwrap.jar) to the WebSphere Message Broker Java shared libraries classes directory. Locate this directory by checking the value of the MQFT_JAVA_LIB_PATH variable. For example:
C:\Program Files\IBM\MOSI\220.127.116.11>echo %MQFT_JAVA_LIB_PATH%
C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\WebSphere MQ\java\jre\lib
- Introduce the DTX_SWIFT_CONFIG_DIR environment variable into the WebSphere Message Broker run time environment to find the jvalnnn.prop file in SWIFT 431.
- Use the following WebSphere Message Broker command to add the JVM Option to the WebSphere Message Broker Execution Group:
mqsichangeproperties <BrokerName> -e <ExecutionGroupName> -o ComIbmJVMManager -n jvmSystemProperty -v"-DDTX_SWIFT_CONFIG_DIR=<absolute_directory>"
- Use the following WebSphere Message Broker command to check the jvmSystemProperty value of the JVM Option that is defined for the Message Broker Execution Group.
mqsireportproperties <BrokerName> -e <ExecutionGroupName> -o ComIbmJVMManager -n jvmSystemProperty "
3. KNOWN LIMITATIONS, PROBLEMS, AND WORKAROUNDS
SWIFT MT messages with new block 3 fields
The MT 2012 release allows new Tags to appear in the Block 3 Header in support of new services from SWIFT for Sanctions Screening and Market Infrastructure Resilience (MIRS). The following new Block 3 Tags are not supported in the LMF maps: Tag 423, Tag 106, Tag 424 and Tag 433.
APAR WTX00040970 required for WebSphere Transformation Extender 8.2 and 8.3
If you are using the new MX Validation Framework in the Pack for SWIFT with one of the WebSphere Transformation Extender base product versions listed below, you should contact support and request "APAR WTX00040970". This patch ensures that all validation errors are reported correctly by the framework.
- WebSphere Tranformation Extender 18.104.22.168
- WebSphere Tranformation Extender 22.214.171.124
Sterling B2B Integrator requirements
In order to use the Pack for SWIFT with Sterling B2B Integrator, the following products are required:
- Pack for SWIFT 4.3.1
- WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers 126.96.36.199
- Sterling B2B Integrator 188.8.131.52
Z annotation format dates
Z annotation format dates are supported only when the Pack for SWIFT is used with the WebSphere Transformation Extender 184.108.40.206 base product.
APAR PM71561 required for Tag 422 in MT097
The definition for new Tag 422 in system message MT097 requires an APAR update. In the existing definition, the Sender's BIC sub-field occurs on a new line after the 422 tag. The Sender's BIC should occur on the same line as the 422 tag. Contact customer support for "APAR PM71561".
4. NEW AND CHANGED BEHAVIOR
5. RESOLVED AUTHORIZED PROGRAM ANALYSIS REPORTS (APARs)
For a list of the APARs that are resolved in this version of the product, see the WebSphere Transformation Extender Pack for SWIFT 4.3.1 Fix List.
6. CONTACTING CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Contact Customer Support at 1-800-IBM-SERV, or go to the support portal.
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