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CMS-XML ZMF Audit task is stuck at "PENDING" and gives the message "CMN2600I - The job to audit this package has been submitted"
If the ChangeMan ZMF started task is somehow terminated during the audit execution, the audit return code sent to the ZMF Connector is 20. In this situation, the audit task does not show as completed in Release Control, even if it is ultimately completed successfully in ChangeMan ZMF. After the started task is running again, on the Release Package in RLC, click on "Fail Deployment", then click on "Retry".
CMS-XML ZMF Connector fails with error "org.apache.axis2.AxisFault: Invalid user id or password"
This message is telling you that the Connector is trying to send an event to SBM, but SBM does not recognize the user who is passing in the event. This user is defined in the zmfalf_resource.properties (by default located in C:\Program Files\Common\tomcat\6.0\webapps\almzmfalf\WEB-INF\conf\).
CMS-XML ZMF Connector: ALFEventManager.log shows error "ALFEventManagerMessageReceiverInOut] [::] -- org.apache.axis2.AxisFault: Invalid user id or password"
While using the ZMF Connector , after ZMF sends an event to the connector and the connector sends the events to SBM, lines such as the following are found in the ALFEventManager.log
CMS-XML User is not notified on SHUTDOWN when ZMF logon CLIST uses CONNECT(T)
This is working as designed. We are unable to send shutdown notifications via TCPIP. Per R&D,
CMS-XML Mainframe Connector Extensions: Mainframe Configuration for accessing ChangeMan ZMF from SBM
Configure the NTFYURL; this is the URL SBM uses to send information to SERNET through the server. See Configuring the Notification URL and the related topic, ChangeMan ZMF Event Handling .
CMS-XML How to setup an integration between ChangeMan ZMF and SBM
SBM will send SOAP web service calls to the ALM Connector. The ALM Connector will translate the SOAP calls into XML transaction codes and sent them to ZMF. Return messages from ZMF are captured by the ALM Connector , which translates them back into SOAP events and sends them to the SBM orchestration engine.
PDF ChangeMan ZMF Connector Configuration Guide
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PDF ChangeMan ZMF 8.1 XML Services User’s Guide
CMN CMN = ZMF is licensed blank = ZMF not licensed DISTRIB NDM = Network Data Mover (AKA CONNECT :Direct) is ZMF file distribution system BDT = IBM bulk data transfer is ZMF file distribution system IEBCOPY = IBM IEBCOPY utility is ZMF file distribution system XCOM62 = Legent’s XCOM62 is ZMF file distribution system FTP = File Transfer Protocol is ZMF file distribution system NETMASTR = NetMaster is ZMF file distribution system NETVIEW = Netview is ZMF file distribution system ... MVSSEND = MVS SEND messaging used for notifications EMC2 = EMC2 Tao ...
CMS-XML ECP SERNET approval notifications are not sent, after upgrading to ZMF 5.5.1.
2005/05/26 07:21:40 503 No valid recipients specified 2005/05/26 07:21:40 Disconnect Smtp connection . 2005/05/26 07:21:40 Shutdown() - Socket operation on non-socket
PDF ChangeMan ZMF 7.1.3 Web Services Getting Started Guide
Inbound calls to these services and methods are wrapped in an XML-defined, open-standard messaging syntax called SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol). The SOAP message is transmitted over an HTTP connection to a Web Services application server, such as Apache Tomcat or IBM Websphere. The application server directs messages to the appropriate ZMF Web Service, which in turn invokes a server-side Java servlet that acts as a connector to ZMF.
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