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I'm running many instances of this code and while I get frustrated at some
of the items missing (BRMS Enterprise for instance) 99% of the time we have
workarounds to get past that. All of that said, I've never had it crash on
me, not since GA anyway.

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On Wed, Apr 13, 2022 at 12:06 PM Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

He has been poking IBM. That stuff has just been in different threads in
the list.

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I would suggest that IBM would want to know why New Nav Crashes Every
day! I have been using it since the early Beta days and it has rarely
crashed. Certainly hasn't crashed in the past 6 to 9 months at all.

I suspect that either the functions your organization utilizes or the
volume of transactions against it may be identifying a potential weakness.

I would poke them as clearly thy don't desire to have customers crashing
daily!
- DrF

On 4/13/2022 9:03 AM, Justin Taylor wrote:
Heritage Nav and New Nav are terms I got from IBM support to describe the
two web apps. Heritage Nav was the original web replacement for the iNav
Windows client, and New Nav is the newer version released last fall.

We still use fully patched iNav because New Nav crashes every day and
Heritage Nav has the log4j vulnerability. We use ACS for everything
else.


date: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 06:40:27 -0400
from: frank boke <fboxxx1958@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: New Navigator

So, is the old nav now called heritage? Can I still run the old nav
with
the new nav and acs at the same time? What replaces the old client
access
which we still use today? Anyone else still using the old client
access?
Thanks, Frank




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