• Subject: RE: WebSphere installed but no QEJB library on the 400
  • From: "Frances Stewart" <francess@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 06:12:46 -0600
  • Importance: Normal


For future reference, if you want to know quickly the 3.x level of
WebSphere installed on an iSeries 400, do the following:
WRKLNK '/QIBM/ProdData/WebASAdv/properties/com/ibm/websphere'
   ==> If you get a message that the directory is not found, first check
   your spelling just to be sure (or do WRKLNK'/QIBM/ProdData' and drill
   down from there).

   ==> If /QIBM/ProdData/WebASAdv does not exist, no v3.x product is
   installed on the system. Go to the Packaging page on the WebSPhere
   Application Server for iSeries 400 for information on how to order the
   product you want:
   http://www.iseries.ibm.com/products/websphere/news/package.htm

   ==> If the Directory does exist, specify option 5 next to the websphere
   directory and hit enter. You will see a file named product.xml if you
   have 3.5 installed and a file  named product.properties if you have
   3.0.2 installed.  Display the product file to determine what Group PTF
   level you have (e.g. 3.5.2, 3.0.2.2, etc.). If you are looking at the
   product.xml file, you need to page down generally to get to the
   important information.

   NOTE: Due to a bug in 3.5.1, the version property value still says
   3.5.0. To determine if you 3.5.0 or 3.5.1, look at the value for the
   build property. If the build property says q0031.01, 3.5.0 is the level.
   If the build property says ptfa0036.06, 3.5.1 is the level.

   This file also indicates the edition (Standard or Advanced) that you
   have installed.


Frances Stewart
WebSphere Application Server for iSeries 400
External: (507) 253-2795
Tie-line: 8-553-2795
IBM Rochester


"Joe Pluta" <joepluta@plutabrothers.com>@midrange.com on 01/25/2001
06:30:55 PM

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Subject:  RE: WebSphere installed but no QEJB library on the 400



Also, I think I understand that QEJB is "not required".  But, as you
pointed
out, I need the correct adminstration server running, and for me, that
means
starting the subsystem described by *SBSD QEJBSBS in QEJB.  Anyway, it was
the fact that this library was missing that clued me into the fact that my
client wasn't installed correctly somehow.

And of course, I'm heading off to teach class there Monday.  This ought to
be interesting <grin>.

Joe Pluta
WebSphere Teacher at Large



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