As we all know, there is always an ever-growing list of fixes for any software product that exists in the market.  IBM products are no different. Often times, when I encounter an issue that appears to be product related, the first spot I like to quickly check out is the Fix Central site to see […]

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While doing some application testing on the Business Process Manager (BPM) 7.5.1 Advanced platform, I noticed some strange behavior while making a call out to a Lombardi service using SoapUI. You may see this error in SoapUI:

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This is the first of a two part series that outlines the installation and configuration process for IBM Integration Designer v7.5 Installation Process Prior to installation, open Control Panel > Administrative Services > Computer Management and Create a new local user named bpmadmin following the password policies for your operating system (password1):

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Start IBM Integration Designer and start your local server instance in your test environment.  If you wish to connect to a secure WebSphere Service Registry and Repository registry over https, then proceed to Step 1, otherwise proceed to Step 2. Step 1  – Import certificate Open your admin console and navigate to Security > SSL […]

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 In order for the many features of IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Advanced 7.5 product to function as designed, one must plan accordingly and pay attention to detail, specifically around naming conventions. BPM 7.5 includes a feature known as the Process Inspector. This feature, in Process Designer, allows developers to run and debug processes in […]

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As a new feature of the Business Process Manager V7.5.1 platform, process applications can now be deleted from the repository.  In the previous version of BPM, version 7.5.0 & 7.5.0.1, users could only archive snapshots within a process application.  This did not remove the application; rather it was merely hidden from the default view and […]

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