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In this three-day instructor-led course, students learn how to troubleshoot problems that may appear in an IBM WebSphere Process Server V6.2 environment.
This course teaches students various problem isolation techniques that can be helpful in troubleshooting runtime problems. Many of the methodologies introduced in the course are the same methods used by IBM consultants and IBM support teams to assist their customers.
This course is designed to help system administrators who work with WebSphere Process Server become self-sufficient and effective in discovering and resolving runtime problems. Topics covered in this course include gathering and analyzing various kinds of data, troubleshooting problems with components such as WebSphere Adapters and the Business Process Choreographer, and using various problem determination tools that are available for WebSphere users.
Hands-on lab exercises provided throughout the course are designed to reinforce the lectures, and give students the opportunity to put their newly learned problem determination skills into practice. The exercises cover skills such as collecting data with the IBM Support Assistant, analyzing event messages, and troubleshooting problems with long-running business processes and Service Component Architecture (SCA) applications.
To gain the greatest possible benefit from this course, students should have successfully completed IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1 Problem Determination (WA571), (VA571), or (ZA571), or have equivalent experience.
For information on other related WebSphere courses, visit the WebSphere Education Training Paths Web site:
The students should successfully complete the following course or have equivalent experience:
It is also strongly recommended that students successfully complete IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1 Problem Determination (WA571), (VA571), or (ZA571), or have equivalent experience, before enrolling in this course.