08-27-2013 01:25 AM - edited 08-27-2013 01:28 AM
On the content tab most of the flows are underlined with red when I hover the mouse it says "the operations this step links to has problems" What does this mean and how can I solve it?
another error while hovering is "Plugin data Jar was not found in studio plugin repository"
08-27-2013 06:17 PM
Be sure that your /Library/Configuratino/Remote Action Services/RAS_Operator_Path is pointing to the correct RAS.
Have you patched your Studio to the same version as Central? If you are running Studio on your Central server and installed it after patching you will need to run the patch again. If you are running Studio on another computer you will need to run the patch there.
Also are you using the Public Repo or Local Repo? If using the local repo have you synced all the content down from Public after applying content packs?
Failing all that have you tried reinstalling Studio?
08-28-2013 12:03 AM
I dont have RAS installed I only have central and studio and the version is 10.
I did a clean setup with selecting Studio and Central only and I have patched nothing.
In OO 10 It didnt ask about the public or local as I remember.
08-29-2013 04:21 AM
Youll also need to import the supporting content packs to central prior to importing your "release"
09-15-2013 08:28 AM
There are several potential root causes mentioned in the documentation. It will be good if you can share more details
- are you using Sleep scriptlet in the flows underlined with red line?
- are you using multi-instance\parallel steps?
- are you using custom iActions (iActions developed by yout company)
- are you using content from under Hewlett-Packard\Integrations\Operations Orchestration folder?
Thank you in advance,
09-15-2013 11:17 AM
Are these flows related to Exchange, Weblogic, or Websphere?
If so, you need to manually create the third-party content pack.
Read the 10.x release notes for information.
You can get it here if you have a valid SAID
The empty third-part content-pack JAR can be found here.
Hope this helps.