E1: ENV: SVM: Clearing Table Cache Messages Are Showing Some Failures, but Not Related to the Call Object Kernels and They Are Confusing the Reader
(Doc ID 2787641.1)
Last updated on JULY 02, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
After upgrading the tools release including Server Manager Management Console, the following messages are displayed when attempting to clear the cache for a specific table in a specific environment:
Case A. - There is no user session mapped to any of the running Call Object Kernels
When clearing the cache of a table for a specific environment, the Server Manager Management Console will show this message:
- <X> represents the total number of the Call Object Kernels running on a specific Enterprise Server having mapped user sessions for the environment for which the cache is cleared for;
- <Y> represents the total number of other kernels running on a specific Enterprise Server, not including the Call Object Kernels.
Updated the tools release and Server Manager Management Console to version 126.96.36.199.
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|Case A. - There is no user session mapped to any of the running Call Object Kernels|
|Case B. - There are user sessions available for the specific environment the cache is cleared for, mapped to some of the Call Object Kernels|
|Case C. - All running Call Object Kernels on an Enterprise Server have user sessions mapped for the environment the table cache is cleared|