Deprecated feature

Ensuring that WebSphere Commerce Payments is started

To ensure that WebSphere Commerce Payments is started:

Procedure

  1. Open the following log file in a text editor:
    • SolarisLinuxWindowsAIXWAS_installdir/logs/ server_name/SystemOut.log
    • For IBM i OS operating systemWAS_userdir/logs/ server_name/SystemOut.log

    where server_name is the name of the WebSphere Commerce Payments application server. WebSphere Commerce Payments application servers always have a name of instance_name_Commerce_Payments_Server, where instance_name is the name of the WebSphere Commerce Payments instance.

    For example, if you have a WebSphere Commerce Payments instance called wpm, the server_name would be wpm__Commerce_Payments_Server.

  2. Ensure that the following text appears near the end of the log file:
    
      CEPFW0702: IBM WebSphere Commerce Payments has started
    successfully.
      .
      WSVR0221I: Application started: 
    instance_name_Commerce_Payments_App
      .
      .
      .
      WSVR0001I: Server 
    instance_name_Commerce_Payments_Server open for
    e-business
    
    where instance_name is the name of the WebSphere Commerce Payments instance.
    Note: Some text that appears in the log file has been omitted to indicate the relevant clearly.

Results

If WebSphere Commerce Payments fails to start, you will see messages similar to the following near the end of the log file:


  WSVR0101W: An error occurred starting,
 instance_name_Commerce_Payments_App
  WSVR0217I: Stopping application: 
instance_name_Commerce_Payments_App
  .
  .
  WSVR0220I: Application stopped: 
instance_name_Commerce_Payments_App
  .
  .
  WSVR0003E: Server 
instance_name_Commerce_Payments_Server failed to start.

where instance_name is the name of the WebSphere Commerce Payments instance.

Note: Some text that appears in the log file has been omitted to indicate the relevant clearly.