EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

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stevelee67
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EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by stevelee67 » Sun Feb 18, 2024 7:37 am

i know it is pretty fresh off the presses, but i'm curious if anyone has applied it yet. and if they have, have there been any issues on the update?
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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by kno_dk » Mon Feb 19, 2024 7:17 pm

Hi

I have apllied it - There have not been any problems with it sofar. :D

I had an isue after EPC150050 and that have been solved in EPC150060.

/klaus

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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by stevelee67 » Tue Feb 20, 2024 2:30 am

interesting.

when we applied 060, a bunch of "invalid pointer" functions started coming up - usually calls from RDML to RDMLX functions.

recompiling the proc/fctns seemed to fix the issue but that's something i've never seen before.
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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by Joop » Thu Feb 22, 2024 12:06 am

We have applied EPC 150060 in our test environment. Everything seems to be working fine except for one thing:
We can't login into our webportal (WAM framework). We get the message: "Call to IIP function WAM0001 failed. Contact your product support".
WAM0001 is a Lansa function and not a WAM (as the name might suggest) :-)
Lansa is investigating this issue.
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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by Eugene » Tue Feb 27, 2024 4:21 am

IMPORTANT NOTE. LANSA has found an issue with EPC150060 which affects systems running on the IBMi. We strongly recommend that you do not apply the EPC150060 until further notice. The EPC has now been removed from the download site until a fix can be applied. If you have downloaded it already please delete it. This does not affect systems running on Microsoft servers.

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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by Eugene » Sat Mar 16, 2024 1:59 am

NOTICE: The issue with EPC150060 has now been resolved. You can download the updated EPC from the LANSA Support webpage. https://lansa.com/support/notes/epc/vl.html#V15.

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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by adale » Tue Apr 16, 2024 11:58 pm

Eugene,
I just tried to download 150060 from the US support portal, but the link ends in error:
"The link you are trying to access does not exist"
We are running on IBM i, so should I still hold off on epc150060?
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Re: EPC 150060 - anyone applied it yet?

Post by kno_dk » Wed Apr 17, 2024 4:25 pm

I got a direct link from LANSA Support.

I have installed the EPC150060, and I have not seen any errors yet, but most of the work I am doing right not is new development (VL-WEB).

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