JR51185: INTEGER VALUES OF COMPLEX VARIABLES CHANGE FROM NULL TO ZERO AFTER A BOUNDARY EVENT OCCURS
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Closed as program error.
When integer values of complex variables are null, they change to zero after a boundary event occurs. For example, if you have a list that represents a complex object, any integer property of that object changes to 0 when the value is null. This issue is a problem if these properties directly correlate with identity values from a DB2 database. If you have an optional foreign-key relationship, null values are replaced with non-null values when returning data to the database. For example, if you have a table (EMPLOYEES) with a primary key of EMPLOYEE_ID (INTEGER) that you retrieve data from and that table has an optional foreign key to EMPLOYEES MANAGER_EMPLOYEE_ID (INTEGER), a null value for MANAGER_EMPLOYEE_ID is very different from a MANAGER_EMPLOYEE_ID of 0. Products affected: IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Advanced IBM BPM Standard IBM BPM Express
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A fix is available for IBM BPM V188.8.131.52 that ensures the null integer values of complex variables do not change to zero after a boundary event occurs. On Fix Central (http://www.ibm.com/support/fixcentral), search for JR51185: 1. Select IBM Business Process Manager with your edition from the product selector, the installed version to the fix pack level, and your platform, and then click Continue. 2. Select APAR or SPR, enter JR51185, and click Continue. When you download fix packages, ensure that you also download the readme file for each fix. Review each readme file for additional installation instructions and information about the fix.
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