I have discovered three things. First, I was informed by IBM that the
changes were retrofitted back to V6R1, so if you get the equivalent
group updates for V6R1 you should be able to enjoy the new interface at
that level as well. I did not know they did that, and that's cool.
Add to the group list the Java Group. Not required, but a very good
idea nonetheless since quite a bit of this is Java.
Lastly, before signing on the first time, be sure to clear the cache of
your browser. One of the things that happens is the web interface
changes from HTTP to HTTPS during the log on process and some browsers
are not picking up the new certificate properly. If you get a goofy
looking first screen, try and reconnect again after clearing the browser
cache and any certificates for that server that have been downloaded.
This is a browser issue, but it is particularly annoying until it's
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On 1/3/2013 11:44 AM, Kirk Goins wrote:
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On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Jim Oberholtzer<
> For those of you interested in the new IBM Navigator for i function (V7
> only) you need more than just the HTTP group. IBM sources provided me
> with the following list of requirements to get it up and running:
> *SF99368*: 710 IBM HTTP Server for i
> PTF Group Level: 16
> Last Updated: 12/26/12
> *SF99145*: 710 Performance Tools
> PTF Group Level: 4
> Last Updated: 10/25/12
> Plus - SI47594, SI48100 until Group 5 is created
> *SF99701*: 710 DB2 for IBM i
> PTF Group Level: 20
> Last Updated: 12/3/12
> Much of the update is in the HTTP Group however there are portions that
> are needed in the other two groups to see all that it has to offer. I
> have it up and running at several customers already and we are getting
> really positive feedback, especially from the Microsoft crowd.
> If you can, I recommend this new functionality.
> Jim Oberholtzer
> Chief Technical Architect
> Agile Technology Architects