• Subject: Re: JAVA PTF's
  • From: "David Morris" <dmorris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:45:54 -0600


I had a similar problem last week upgrading to the new version of WebSphere.  
The frustrating part was that the apar was not cross referenced to the message 
ID, but to the return code in the message.  Anyway if you go to the WebSphere 
AS/400 web page you will find the "special instructions".  In my case I was 
to identify and correct the problem.  I do think the PTF package that upgraded 
up to the new version of WebSphere could have at least referred to the 
"special instructions".  I did receive a misprinted PTF cover letter so it is 
that the instructions were dropped, but the odds are slim.

The web pertinent web page is at:


David Morris

>>> Evan Harris <spanner@ihug.co.nz> 10/19/99 01:28PM >>>
At 12:15 19/10/99 +0200, you wrote:
>Do you have SF59054 installed (also product 5769-JV1)? Did you follow the
>special instructions? We have a PMR open right now because when we install
>the co-req,  SF58611, WebSphere stops as soon as it starts up. Maybe you are
>having a related problem. Either way, I'd call it in ASAP. Let us know how
>you make out.

Hmmm special instructins ? Can you tell me more ? We are looking at
Websphere "Real soon now". 

Thos PTF's sound famiiar (I'm not at work) I think they are the ones I have
on JC1. Yes I  *now* have all the required bits of JV1 installed.

See my message to Pete Hall for how I made out getting this resolved.

Thanks for the reply.

Evan Harris

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