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CWF. Fixes are available WebSphere Message Broker V8.0 - Fix Pack IBM Integration Bus V9.0 - Fix Pack Subscribe You can track all active APARs for this component. APAR status Closed as program error. Error description BIP5168E can be produced when the CWF parser meets a data overflow condition but the error message does not adequately describe the problem in this case. For example: ParserException BIP5168E: A Custom Wire Format writing error occurred involving an incorrect data conversion. Element '''' is either too long, or is out of range for the physical data type of ''''. While the logical tree was being written to the bit stream, a data conversion error occurred. Change the definition of the element so that it can store the data safely. Alternatively change the message that is being written so that the value is in the correct range Local fix This is an issue with the clarity of error message BIP5168E. There is no workaround. Problem summary **************************************************************** USERS AFFECTED: All users of WebSphere Message Broker V8.0 or IBM Integration Bus V9.0 who use the MRM CWF parser to write fixed-length data. Platforms affected: MultiPlatform, z/OS **************************************************************** PROBLEM SUMMARY: If the data is too large for the fixed-length field then error message BIP5168E is issued. The error message does not state that the problem is caused by data overflow. There are a number of resource name changes between WebSphere Message Broker and IBM Integration Bus Version 9.0. For details visit http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wmbhelp/v9r0m0/topic/com.ibm.e tools.mft.doc/bb23814_.htm Problem conclusion The product now issues a revised error message for BIP5168E, and makes it clear that data overflow is one of the possible causes of the error. --------------------------------------------------------------- The fix is targeted for delivery in the following: Version v9.0 ------

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