CA WCC Known Issues

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This section provides information about issues that are known to exist in this version.
For information about agent limitations and known issues, see CA Workload Automation Agents - 11.3.4.
Browser Issues
  • Graphical representation of reports do not display on Microsoft Edge browser version 38.14393
    Note:
    You can view the graphical representation of reports on previous versions of Microsoft Edge browser. 
  • In the Monitoring tab, under Flow, Refresh and Auto-Refresh buttons do not work in the Internet Explorer browser. To reload the page, click the Refresh button in your browser.
  • In Informatica job type, the Object Hierarchy button does not display in the Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Right-clicking to Open Features
CA WCC Release 11.4 does not support the browser feature that lets you right-click an object or tab and open it in another window.
Valid Users for Enterprise Command Line and Forecast
Because of the CA WCC Credentials application, a credential user is no longer required to use either Enterprise Command Line or Forecast. If custom credentials are not defined, the credentials used to log in to CA WCC are used. However, for CA Workload Automation AE, the credentials still must be those of a valid OS user.
CA Workload Automation AE Blank Passwords
This version of CA WCC does not support the use of a blank password for CA Workload Automation AE. If you attempt to access a CA Workload Automation AE server using a blank password, you receive an error message.
Allowable Character Set for CA Workload Automation AE and its Service Packs
Job names can only contain the following characters: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, period (.), underscore (_), hyphen (-), pound (#) and colon (:) . Do not include embedded spaces or tabs.
Colon (:) character can be used only with AE 11.3.6 SP1 or newer.
For JIL syntax rules, see the and the
CA Workload Automation AE User Guide
.
CA EEM Component Policy Refresh
When you modify policies for CA EEM while users are in active sessions, the revised policies do not take effect until the current session is refreshed.
CA EEM Performance Issue on Linux
There can be a CA EEM performance issue when the kernel threading model version used by CA EEM and the Linux kernel version differ. The default kernel threading model used by CA EEM is based on the 2.4 kernel. The Linux kernel version can be either 2.4 or 2.6.
To display the kernel version, run the following command:
uname -r
The first two digits in the returned text indicate the Linux kernel version.
Examples are as follows:
  • 2.4.19-4GB -- indicates Linux kernel version 2.4.
  • 2.6.5-4GB -- indicates Linux kernel version 2.6.
To select the appropriate kernel threading model
  1. Stop iGateway.
  2. Do one of the following:
    Red Hat
    Open /etc