How to avoid automatic Java restart after patching with SUM

    Hello Gurus,

    in the past, using the JSPM tool to apply java component patches on a netweaver system, we were able to avoid an automatic recycle by using specific command line options at startup. This was useful if we wanted to perform more than one change on a system, but combine the needs for a java instance restart into one single action.

    Now that JSPM is deprecated and replaced by SUM, is there a similar command line option (or some other setting) that will cause SUM to pause after applying patches, and wait for a manual restart instead of restarting java automatically?

    thanks in advance for your help!

    Peter

    Hello Gurus,in the past, using the JSPM tool to apply java component patches on a netweaver system, we were able to avoid an automatic recycle by using specific command line options at startup. This was useful if we wanted to perform more than one change on a system, but combine the needs for a java instance restart into one single action.Now that JSPM is deprecated and replaced by SUM, is there a similar command line option (or some other setting) that will cause SUM to pause after applying patches, and wait for a manual restart instead of restarting java automatically?thanks…

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      Hi Peter,

       

      For now SUM does not support this usecase. Can you share some example situation that you applied with JSPM (which SCAs/Archives did you patched, what follow-up activities did you made)?

       

      Best Regards

      Ivan Rangelov

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        Hi Peter,

         

        For now SUM does not support this usecase. Can you share some example situation that you applied with JSPM (which SCAs/Archives did you patched, what follow-up activities did you made)?

         

        Best Regards

        Ivan Rangelov

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