You would use WAS for Sametime features on IBM i



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From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
To: domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 03/11/2013 02:37 PM
Subject: Is WAS required?
Sent by: domino400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



We have 5733W70 loaded on a lpar that's primarily used to run Domino. I
can't remember why. I looked here:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=203&uid=swg21092193
and I don't see any requirement for it.

However, this has me slightly concerned.
http://myibmi:2001/HTTPAdmin
Server Table is sorted on this column in an ascending order. Version
Status Address:Port Description
Server Version Status Address:Port
STGW_Profile/RTCGWServer V6.1.0.25 ND Stopped
*:12500,12501,12502,12503,12504,12505,12515,12516

I take it this part comes with it's own WAS subset and doesn't require you

to load the IBM WAS product?

And the other one there is QIWIRELESS but that has V7.1 (int app svr) so I

figure it came with it's own subset.

Should I delete the stuff below?

CPF9E17-Usage limit exceeded - operator action required.
Cause . . . . . : The usage limit for product 5733W70, license term V7,

feature 5103 has been exceeded. License user *PROCESSOR for job
356860/QEJBSVR/NODEAGENT was added with 2.00 uses. There are currently
7.00
uses across all partitions. The system operator has been notified.

I suppose I could do a WRKLICINF, and use 2 to change it to 7. But that's

probably not kosher.
DSPSFWRSC
Resource
ID Option Feature Description
5733W61 *BASE 5050 WebSphere Application Server V6.1 for i5/OS
5733W61 3 5103 WebSphere Application Server V6.1 Network
Deploymen
5733W70 *BASE 5050 WebSphere Application Server V7 for i5/OS
5733W70 3 5103 WebSphere Application Server V7 Network
Deployment


Rob Berendt

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