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depending on what causes the failure, the job name and job number that failed is missing. These always need to be reported. For example if the application group name was invalid we get Application Group Failed Load: Name(Xdftest) LoadId() File(/PR...
Running bots on the same VM with different user accounts
We know that In IBM RPA, we do not have the ability to run bots on the same VM with different windows user accounts because it works with console sessions of Windows and cannot have two console sessions so is their any option to make it works with...
We use Daeja View embedded into BAW using a toolkit originally created by an IBM employee (https://us-south.git.cloud.ibm.com/schwarzs/bpm-ui-Daeja.Document.Viewer/-/tree/master). This toolkit is very useful but is now showing it's age as BAW has ...
A number of users view documents from an external application using the Content Navigator linking API. These same users edit a subset of the documents using the Content Navigator Edit Service. This solution currently requires the users to leave th...
In Case Information widget in a Case, move documents to a parent folder
In a BAW application including case features management, we are using the "Case Information" Widget in the "Case details page". For the "Documents" tab, we want to be able to move one or many documents directly to the breadcrumb (folder) to a PARE...
Selecting a later page in "Work" tab results in many API calls to reach that page.
When looking at the "Work" tab in Case Client, directly choosing a page other than the first one results in an ever-increasing number of API calls to the MergedWorklistService. The code is effectively calling “nextPage” until the desired page is r...
All users will have benefits.
The idea is that in the "Computers" section of the "Tenent" portal, display which license is assigned to the computer (if it is a studio or if it is a runtime), and through "Tenent" it is possible to unlink the licens...
Export WebSphere Application Server Network Deployed Configurations to Container YAML
Converting on premise WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Network Deployed (ND) configurations to Kubernetes supported container platform YAML requires manual collection of configurations like Data Sources, Name Spaces, Connection Factories, Enviro...
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