To verify that the migration was successful, follow these steps:
- Verify that the WebSphere® Portal migration was successful by following the instructions in the WebSphere Portal product documentation.
- To verify the migration of Mobile Portal Accelerator from the previous version to the new release, make sure that you can view the pages using a simulator.
- Make sure that the preload notices and extended properties that you applied have been carried over to version 8.0.
- Make sure that the preload notice hit counts (if any were specified) are still valid for version 8.0.
If the verification process identifies any problems, refer to the next topic, Troubleshooting the migration
Troubleshooting the migration
Here are some tips to help you identify and solve problems that might occur during the migration.
Configuration information is not imported as expected
If you discover that the previous configuration has not been replicated properly in the version 8.0 environment, check the filtering that was used when exporting the configuration information. A file called mig.properties defines a set of filters that can be used to exclude pages, portlets, themes, skins, or other artifacts from the export operation.Transaction timeout occurs while upgrading the node profile
Parent topic: Migrating
Overview of Migrating from Mobile Portal Accelerator version 6.1 or 7.0.x
Migrating Multi-Channel Server policies
Migrating preload notice data
Completing the migration from version 6.1
Migrating the XDIME aggregator policies
Mobile Login portlet
Administering the Manage Mobile Pages Portlet
Migrating (in the WebSphere Portal product documentation)
During the WebSphere
Portal migration, a transaction timeout might occur when you are using the following command to upgrade the node profile:
ConfigEngine.sh upgrade-profile -DWasPassword=WasAdminPassword -DPortalAdminPwd=PortalAdminPassword
ConfigEngine.bat upgrade-profile -DWasPassword=WasAdminPassword -DPortalAdminPwd=PortalAdminPassword
To correct the problem, do the following:
- Log into the Integrated Solutions Console.
- Click Servers -> WebSphere application servers -> WebSphere Portal -> Transaction Service.
- Change both of the following parameter values to 1200 seconds:
Total transaction lifetime timeout
Maximum transaction timeout