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Re: Web Client

2000-05-17 11:29:09
Subject: Re: Web Client
From: Edvyn.Lek AT bankofamerica DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 08:29:09 -0700
You need the older version to run as we have done it here. Java is sensitive to
the specific version it was written for and is not forward compatible!






James_Shanks AT tivoli DOT com on 05/17/2000 06:08:01 AM

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Not my area of expertise.  I suggest you send your note to Rob Clark and Pavlik
Mintz for an official answer, and copy me on the reply, please.

James Shanks
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX and NT) L3 Support


Ebagley2 AT aol DOT com on 05/17/2000 08:38:46 AM

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James,

A gentleman who attended the NetView for Operators beta
class last week suggested that we try JRE 1.2.2 on our
NT boxes.  So far, so good.  I noticed that Sun is
now strongly suggesting that folks running 1.2.2 upgrade
to 1.3.  I was wondering what the implications are of
going with one of these versions, rather than the 1.1.3
version available through Support.

Thanks,
Elizabeth
Tivoli Education

In a message dated Tue, 16 May 2000  8:30:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
James_Shanks AT tivoli DOT com writes:

<<

You have been bitten by Sun Microsystems rather sloppy testing and slow
maintenance process.
I will probably catch a lot of flak for saying this, but I don't see that any
other face can be put on it.
Between the time we finished testing NetView 6.0 and it went out to customers,
about 60 to 90 days, Sun replaced their Swing client with a new one, which is,
unfortunately, broken.  So the one you downloaded does not work,  Contact
NetView Support and they can give you the previous one, which does, while we all
wait for Sun to get a sense of urgency and fix this.  Our lawyers say we cannot
ship the Swing thing because it is theirs, depite the fact that anyone can
download it.  But we can provide a copy of the one we tested with in order to
get you moving again.  It is a Severity 1 issue for Tivoli/IBM but not,
apparently, for Sun, despite the fact that it gives the whole idea of a java
client a black eye.  You'd think they'd be more responsive.

I love this business.

James Shanks
Tivoli (NetView for UNIX and NT) L3 Support


"Mahesh Tailor" <MTailor AT carilion DOT com> on 05/16/2000 04:51:38 PM

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Just finished migration to NV6.0 for AIX.  Everything went smoothly.  On
glitch: I followed the instructions to enable the webserver in the Release
Notes.  I am using a Windows NT Workstation 4.0 system running IE 5.0.  I
followed the instructions to test for the Swing plugin and that was
successful.  I then opened http://host:8080/NetViewApplet.html and logged
in.  When I select File->Open Map -> double cliick on my map, I get a window
that has two columns: one says "left button" and the other says "right
button," but I get no submap.  What am I missing?  How can I fix this?

TIA

Mahesh
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