[ngw] SOAP Abends
IllaSoni at u-46.org
Fri Apr 16 16:06:30 UTC 2010
I checked to make sure the GroupWise 7.0.4 client is compatible on Blackberry Server. I found from this document that it is not supported:
Unless someone has newer information, this was the latest I could find on Blackberry's support site.
If you have GroupWise 8.0.1 on the backend, I was wondering what version of the GroupWise client you are using on their Blackberry Server and if you have any SOAP abend issues?
Thanks in advance.
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>>> "Steve Bogdanski" <bogdansk at cvm.msu.edu> 2010-04-15 8:47 AM >>>
In regards to abends from SOAP:
What's New Since 04/13/2010
Filename: multiple files
Size: 95.97 MB bytes
Document ID: 5073050
Title: GroupWise 7.0 SP4 POA FTF - All platforms and languages
Security Alert: no
A Field Test File (FTF) for GroupWise 7.0 Service Pack 4 has been released. This FTF has been released to fix connectivity issues between the POA and SOAP applications. It also has a fix for a POA ABEND. This FTF is designed only to patch a system that has been upgraded to GroupWise 7.04. DO NOT Apply this to any other release.
>>> On 4/15/2010 at 6:36 AM, "Sami Kapanen" <Sami.Kapanen at hamk.fi> wrote:
>>> On 13.4.2010 at 20:53, "Illa Soni" <IllaSoni at u-46.org> wrote:
> Thank you for your reply Sami.
> I remember your thread from before and I was hoping there were some updates.
> I was hoping there was a solution by now.
> In June, I will most likely I'll be moving GroupWise from NetWare to Linux
> when school is out and then maybe the problem of performance will improve...
> not sure about the SOAP Abends.
I understood that the SOAP issues we are having now are Netware-only.
Now running build90038, it fixed the CalendarPublishing issue, SOAP case is still open.
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