Sunday, 3 November 2013

Applying an iFix to IBM BPM using the Command Line

Following on from this post: -

I've just gone through the process to install the iFix - JR46822 - to one of our IBM BPM Standard Process Center environments.

This is what I did: -

Stop Clusters, Node Agents and Deployment Manager

List What's Installed

/opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/InstallationManager/im/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackages

 returns: -

List Available Fix(es)

$ /opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/InstallationManager/im/eclipse/tools/imcl listAvailableFixes -repositories /tmp/\-WS\-BPM\-IFJR46822

returns: -

Install the iFix

$ /opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/InstallationManager/im/eclipse/tools/imcl install -repositories /tmp/\-WS\-BPM\-IFJR46822 -installationDirectory /opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/WebSphere

returns: -

Installed to the /opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/WebSphere directory.

List What's Installed NOW

/opt/IBM/WAS/wasadmin1/app/InstallationManager/im/eclipse/tools/imcl listInstalledPackages

returns: -
Start Clusters, Node Agents and Deployment Manager

Job done :-)

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