Communication times out while forwarding to RemoteHcl WCF server

Specify the cloud connector FQDN in the WinHTTP proxy bypass list. The following example shows the addition of the cloud connector with an FQDN of `bvcchard2.hardening.local` to the WinHTTP proxy bypass list:


After setting the bypass list, restart the cloud connector to apply the new WinHTTP settings.

Important

When specifying the bypass list, use semicolons, not commas, to separate the items in the list. The netsh winhttp set proxy command accepts the comma syntax, but the resulting bypass list is ignored. Do not use “*” wildcards when performing this operation.

For example:

netsh winhttp set proxy proxy-server=”http=10.10.10.50:8080;https=10.10.10.50:8080″ bypass-list=”<-loopback>;bvcchard2.hardening.local”

In the example above, the IP addresses are the proxy server and port.

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Communication times out while forwarding to RemoteHcl WCF server (HclOverWebsockets feature toggle enabled)

Specify the cloud connector FQDN in the WinHTTP proxy bypass list. The following example shows the addition of the cloud connector with an FQDN of `bvcchard2.hardening.local` to the WinHTTP proxy bypass list:


After setting the bypass list, restart the cloud connector to apply the new WinHTTP settings.

Important

When specifying the bypass list, use semicolons, not commas, to separate the items in the list. The netsh winhttp set proxy command accepts the comma syntax, but the resulting bypass list is ignored. Do not use “*” wildcards when performing this operation.

For example:

netsh winhttp set proxy proxy-server=”http=10.10.10.50:8080;https=10.10.10.50:8080″ bypass-list=”<-loopback>;bvcchard2.hardening.local”

In the example above, the IP addresses are the proxy server and port.

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7021306: Remapping 3270 Field Attributes in Verastream Host Integrator

Beginning in VHI version 7.7.32, to enable and define field attribute remapping, define an operating system environment variable named VHI_3270_ATTR_REMAP.

The environment variable value is a string of attributes to remap. The string contains hex values being remapped, separated by an equal sign. Multiple semicolon-delimited remappings can be specified (up to a maximum of 64, which is the number of attributes defined by the 3270 standard). A trailing semicolon is optional.

Example:

Figure 1. Windows system variable VHI_3270_ATTR_REMAP is set to 00=0C;08=00;0C=08;1C=18;2C=28;3C=38;

Figure 1. Windows system variable VHI_3270_ATTR_REMAP is set to 00=0C;08=00;0C=08;1C=18;2C=28;3C=38;

In this example, 00 is mapped to 0C, 08 is mapped to 00, and so on.

Note the following:

  • Contact Technical Support for assistance with determining the remapping string. Typically, this requires capturing a datastream trace for analysis.
  • This environment variable must be configured on every system running VHI Design Tool or VHI session server that is connecting to the non-standard host. (You do not need to configure client systems running the connector only.)
  • After configuring the environment variable, restart the VHI session server service or Design Tool application.
  • On UNIX/Linux, you may need to export the environment variable so that it’s available to the process that runs VHI services.
  • The remapping applies to all 3270 sessions running in VHI.

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7018335: Print Manager iManager status shows Down, though ipsmd is running

Fix is included in the OES October 2017 Maintenance patch for OES11SP3 and OES2015SP1.


Workaround: Type the following commands at a terminal session:

rcnovell-ipsmd restart; rcapache2 restart

Note: These commands must be run consecutively, as show above. Notice the space after the semicolon and before rcapache2.

If executing this combined command does not fix the issue, try to restart ndsd before running the combined command, as follows.

Note: By restarting eDirectory, any currently-connected users will be disconnected!

rcndsd restart

rcnovell-ipsmd restart; rcapache2 restart

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Problem with csv-reports

Creating a pvu_x_capcity.csv the imported part-numbers are put together in one text-field, seperated by semicolon.
(“1″,”IBM”,”D0THLLL;D0THMLL;E0ELDLL”,”IBM Communications Server for Data Center Deployment”)
Importing this csv-file into Excel, the text-column “imported part-numbers” ist automatically seperatet in different columns, the other parts are stored in column A.
Text2Column shows unusable results because the different colums of the reports don’t match.
Changing the semicolons to commata or space befor importing the file will solve the problem but that is not the right way.
Version: 9.2.8.0-20170626-1750

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Parse out string using SPL code

Hi, I am trying to parse out a string to get the portion that comes after the : colon.

Example data: ABCDEF:BED01

In this example, I only want to get the BED01. So I need to find the colon and then return everything to right of it. I can do this in SQL and other languages but I am having a difficult time using SPL. It should be super easy but I can’t get it to work.

In this example, temp_ge_location = ABCDEF:BED01

int pos = tmp_ge_location.find(“:”);
string ge_location = tmp_ge_location.substr(pos+1);

This code does not work. Any ideas?

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