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Release Notes for IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender Pack for NCPDP V4.4.1

Release notes


This document provides information on the release of WebSphere® Transformation Extender Pack for NCPDP version 4.4.1


IBM WebSphere® Transformation Extender Pack for NCPDP release notes

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1. About this release
2. Installation and configuration information
3. Known limitations, problems and workarounds
4. New and changed behavior
5. Resolved Authorized Program Analysis Reports (APARS)
6. Contacting customer support
7. Notices and trademarks


What's new in this release

Variants have been added to the NCPDP type trees to correspond to the NCPDP implementation process for various versions of the External Code Lists. The names of the type trees that are shipped with the pack now include the year and month of the External Code List publication applied.

Documentation notes

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.

    Information center

    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.

    Translated documentation

    Documentation for this release is provided in English (United States) only.


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 ncpdp4410_82.exe ncpdp4410_83.exe ncpdp4410_84.exe

Installing the pack

Follow these steps to install the pack on Windows systems:
  1. Obtain the product media, or image, from the Support Downloads page.
  2. 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).
  3. Follow the instructions in the installation program.

Uninstalling the pack

Follow these steps to uninstall the pack from Windows systems:
  1. Click Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
  2. Select the pack that you want to remove.
  3. Click Change/Remove and follow the prompts.








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Document information

More support for: Transformation Extender
Pack for NCPDP

Software version: 4.4.1

Operating system(s): AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows, z/OS

Reference #: 7036790

Modified date: 05 December 2012

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