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20.02.02: Patch 2 for version 20.02

This topic contains information about the fixes in this patch and provides instructions for downloading and installing the patch.

This patch contains the updates delivered in version 20.02.01 and the product fixes. This patch also consolidates the hotfixes that have been delivered for version 20.02 of the Remedy platform components (Remedy AR System Server, Remedy Mid Tier, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator).

Because this patch includes the updates delivered in version 20.02.01, you can directly upgrade from version 20.02 to version 20.02.02 of Remedy IT Service Management Suite.

Updates

The Remedy 20.02.02 patch release is only for the Remedy platform components (Remedy AR System Server, Remedy Mid Tier, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator).

The Remedy 20.02.02 patch release includes replacement of remaining Flash-based capabilities in Remedy and support for OAuth 2.0 in Email Engine for the Exchange Web Services (EWS) protocol to access Microsoft Office 365 (Exchange).

Learn about the updates in this patch:

  • Replacement of remaining Adobe Flash capabilities in Remedy in the Remedy ITSM online documentation.
  • 20.02.02: Patch 2 for version 20.02 in the Remedy AR System online documentation.
  • 20.02.02: Patch 2 for version 20.02 in the BMC CMDB online documentation.

If you are using Remedy ITSM on-premises, BMC recommends that you upgrade to 20.02 Patch 02 before December 31, 2020 to avoid any problems as a result of the Adobe Flash retirement. Based on the capabilities you require, upgrade as follows:

  • To replace all remaining Flash-based capabilities, upgrade the Remedy Mid Tier or the Remedy platform (Remedy AR System Server, CMDB, and Atrium Integrator) to version 20.02 Patch 02. You need not upgrade the Remedy ITSM applications. 
  • To replace the Approval Process Visualizer and the SRM Process Designer and Visualizer capabilities, upgrade only the Remedy Mid Tier. You need not upgrade the entire Remedy platform.

If you are a BMC Helix ITSM subscriber, BMC plans to upgrade your SaaS environments before the end of 2020 to replace the Flash-based capabilities, which will be scheduled in coordination with you.

Defect fixes

This patch includes fixes for some customer defects. For more information about the defects fixed in this patch, see known and corrected issues.

Applying the patch for BMC Helix ITSM subscribers

If you are a BMC Helix ITSM subscriber and want to apply the patch, you must request for an upgrade. For more information, see BMC Helix Upgrade policy  in the BMC Helix Subscriber Information documentation.

Downloading the patch

The following table lists the patch components and links to the deployment packages on the BMC Electronic Product Download site:

ComponentLink to the deployment package

Precheck package

Java Memory Check Prerequisite Deployment Package For Version 20.02.02

Remedy Platform package:

(Remedy AR System server, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator)

(Windows and Linux)

Remedy AR System Server and BMC Atrium Core Deployment Package Version 20.02.02

(Solaris)

Remedy AR System Server and BMC Atrium Core Deployment Package Version 20.02.02

Remedy Smart Reporting

Install the Remedy Smart Reporting version 20.02.01.

Remedy Smart Reporting Version 20.02.01

Important

Remedy Smart Reporting 20.02.01 does not contain a deployment package. You must run the installer and complete the installation for Smart Reporting. For more information, see Installing Remedy Smart Reporting 20.02.01.

Remedy Mid Tier

AR System Mid-Tier Deployment Package Version 20.02.02

AR System Mid-Tier WAR Files Version 20.02.02

Warning

If you previously installed Mid Tier 20.02 using a WAR file, you cannot use the midtier2002Patch002.zip file. To upgrade to Mid Tier 20.02.02, download the applicable WAR file from the Electronic Product Download (EPD) site:

  • For Windows  — MidtierWar_windows2002Patch002.zip
  • For Solaris — MidtierWar_solaris2002Patch002.zip
  • For Linux  — MidtierWar_linux2002Patch002.zip

For steps on installing Remedy Mid Tier using WAR file, see Configuring your web server and installing BMC Remedy Mid Tier with a .war file.

Remedy Platform language package

Apply the 20.02.01 version language packs.

Remedy Locale Deployment Packages Version 20.02.01

Backward Compatibility (BCT) hotfix

Platform Only Upgrade Compatibility Package For Apps hotfix version 20.02.02

Important

Apply this hotfix after you deploy the Remedy Platform 20.02.02 package to make your Remedy ITSM Applications (versions 20.02 or earlier) compatible with the Remedy Platform 20.02.02 package. For more information, see Post deployment tasks.

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Before you begin


Ensure that the following requirements are met before you deploy the package:

  • Make sure that the Remedy platform (AR System Server, Remedy Mid Tier, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator Server) is upgraded to version 20.02. For more information, see Upgrading the platform

  • Download the patch packages from the EPD site. See Patch components.  

  • Deploy the Precheck package (Java Memory Check Prerequisite Deployment Package For Version 20.02.02) before you deploy the Remedy Platform 20.02.02 patch.
    The Precheck package includes workflows that check the Java plug-in heap size on your server. When you deploy the precheck package, the workflows that check the plug-in heap size are deployed on your server. For instructions on deploying this Precheck package, see Deploying the package.

    After deploying the Precheck package, when you start importing the Remedy Platform patch, a warning is displayed on the Deployment Management console if the heap size is less than the recommended heap size.

  • Set the Java plug-in heap size of the server to 2048 MB to avoid package import errors. The size of Remedy Platform 20.02.02 package is more than 400 MB. If you have multiple plug-in servers, update the heap size on the plug-in server where the AR Migrate plug-in is deployed.

    To update the heap size, open the armonitor.conf/cfg file, update the -Xmx value and restart the plug-in server. For example:

    "%BMC_JAVA_HOME%\java" -Xmx1024m "C:\BMCData\ARSystem\pluginsvr;C:\BMCData\ARSystem\pluginsvr\arpluginsvr91_build009.jar;
    C:\BMCData\ARSystem\arserver\api\lib\arcmnapp91_build009.jar" com.bmc.arsys.pluginsvr.ARPluginServerMain
    -x localhost -i "C:\BMCData\ARSystem" -m

    After you update the heap size, perform the following steps to restart the plugin server:

    a. From the Mid Tier, navigate to Applications-> Remedy Management Console->AR system Server Group Console->Manage Process

    b. Select the BMC:DefaultJavaPluginServer process name.

    c. From Operations, select 'Refresh' and run the operation.

  • Warning

    Remedy 20.02.02 patch deployment may fail if you do not perform the following procedures:


    1. (Windows only) Update the armonitor-9.1.10-SNAPSHOT.jar file:

    1. Download the Armonitor Snapshot Jar File Prerequisite For Version 20.02.01 file from the  BMC Electronic Product Download (EPD) site .
    2. Unzip the file and find the new armonitor-9.1.10-SNAPSHOT.jar file.
    3. Stop the Remedy AR System service and take a backup of the old JAR file. 
    4. Replace the old armonitor-9.1.10-SNAPSHOT.jar file with the new JAR file from the following locations: 
      • <ARSystemInstallDirectory>/BMC Software/ARSystem
      • <ARSystemInstallDirectory>/BMC Software/ARSystem/lib/start/startlevel3

    5. Start the Remedy AR System service.

    Note: If you are using a version of Java older than Java 1.8.231, Java 11.0.5 or Java 13.x, you can perform this step at a later time to avoid a restart of AR System server. However, before upgrading Java, make sure you update the armonitor-9.1.10-SNAPSHOT.jar file.


    2. (Windows only) If you have upgraded Remedy Mid Tier from version 9.1.04 to version 20.02 OR from version 9.1.04 to version 18.05/19.02/19.08 and then 20.02, follow the steps in the knowledge article 00932834 before you apply the Remedy 20.02.02 Mid Tier patch.

  • Disable the Preload action from the Cache Settings page in the Mid Tier Configuration Tool. See  Cache setting parameters in the BMC Remedy AR System online documentation.
    If the Preload action is enabled, you must disable the Preload action on the mid tier servers that point to the server where you plan to deploy the package.

  • Check the file deployment component ranking order for the components. Set the ranking order as follows: 

    • Rank 1 for admin server

    • Rank 2 for integration server

    • Last ranks for the user-facing servers 
      Preference is given to the highest ranking server when deploying payloads on that server. For more information, see  Setting the component ranking order before deploying a binary payload in BMC Remedy AR System online documentation.

  • Before deploying the Remedy Platform package, any Remedy service such as “BMC Remedy Action Request System Server <servername>” or “BMC Remedy Email Engine - <servername>” should be up and running. Additionally, all processes enabled in the armonitor.cfg/conf file, such as Reconciliation server, plugin servers, and other, should be up and running.

  • Make sure that the Reconciliation Engine process (arrecond) is not commented out in the armonitor.cfg/conf file. 


  • (Optional) When a package contains binaries, you can deploy the binary payload automatically by setting the filedeployer.localDeploymentRequired parameter to false in the deployConfig.properties file.
    The deployConfig.properties file is located in the following folder:

    (Windows): /ARinstallDirectory

    (UNIX): /ARSystem/bin

    The servers will restart automatically as per the rankings in the AR System Server Group Operation Ranking form. Only an administrator user with permissions to access the file system can change the setting. For more information, see Run the payload deployment utility.

  • (Optional) If you have customizations, create a snapshot for reconciliation. Capture a snapshot of your application objects. For instructions, see Capturing a snapshot of server application objects.

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Applying the patch for on-premises deployment

A deployment patch package contains data, object definitions, and binary files. You can deploy a package in your environment using the AR System Deployment Management console that provides a single method to promote data and definitions effectively and reliably across all servers in a server group. A user with AR System administrator permission or a Package Deployer role can deploy the patch package by performing the following tasks:

TaskActionAdditional information
1Download the deployment package from EPDBefore you start deploying a package, download the relevant deployment package from the Electronic Product Distribution (EPD) site.
2Review the Before you begin sectionReview the information in this section and perform the prerequisite steps for a successful patch deployment.
3Import the package

A deployment package is a ZIP file. Import the package without extracting the ZIP file.

If you need to extract the file for troubleshooting, you must use the 7-Zip utility to extract the contents of the ZIP file.

4Deploy the package

Deploy the packages in the following order:

  1. Remedy Mid Tier
  2. Remedy Platform

Best Practice

If a package deployment fails, we recommend that you rollback the package, fix the cause of the failure, and then import and deploy the package. Do not fix the errors manually. See Troubleshooting package deployment issues.

5(Optional) Apply the language packs
You can choose to install additional language packs by using a language deployment package. A language deployment package contains localized views and data for Remedy Platform.

Apply the 20.02.01 version language packs.

Remedy Platform 20.02.01 language pack ZIP file contains the individual language packs. Extract the ZIP file to get the individual language packs and import the packs that you want to apply. Use the 7-Zip utility to extract the contents of the ZIP file.

Important

Apply the 20.02.01 language packs if you have not applied language packs on the base 20.02 version.

Do not apply the 20.02.01 language packs if you have language views already available in the base 20.02 version.

6Perform post deployment tasksPerform the post deployment tasks for completing the patch deployment.
7(Optional) Rollback the package

You can roll back a successfully deployed package and restore the objects on your server to the pre-deployment state. However, we recommend that you roll back a package only if an error occurs while deploying the package or during validation of the package. We do not recommend rolling back a package that was successfully deployed.


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To import the patch 

  1. Log in to Mid Tier as an administrator or a package deployer user by using the following URL:
    http://<midTierServerName>:<port number>/arsys

  2. From the IT Home page, select Applications > AR System Administration  AR System Deployment Management Console.

  3. In the Deployment Management Console, perform the following actions:
    1. Select Transfer Package > Import.
    2. In the Add Attachment dialog box, click Browse to navigate to the folder that has the downloaded EPD package.
    3. Select the package that you want to import, and then click OK.
      The package status column shows the status as Importing until the package contents are completely imported. If the status shows Importing for more than 10 seconds, click Refresh to view the updated status.

      Important

      The package is a ZIP file. Import the package without extracting the ZIP file. If you need to extract the file for troubleshooting, you must use the 7-Zip utility to extract the contents of the ZIP file.

      When the package is imported, the entry of the package is displayed in the AR System Deployment Management Console and the package status changes to Ready to Deploy.



      If the Remedy Platform package is not imported, the Status changes to Init Pending Deployed. Set the Java plug-in heap size to 2048 MB, import the package again, and then deploy the package.

      If you have applied the Precheck package and the heap size is not set, you get the following error message:

      The Java heap size on the server where you are importing package is ___m. Increase the heap size in the armonitor.conf/cfg file on your server to 2048m. Make sure that 2048MB heap size is free to use for deployment and import the package again.


      To avoid this error, you must set the Java plug-in heap size to 2048 MB before you start deploying the patch. To update the heap size, open the armonitor.conf/cfg file, update the -Xmx value and restart the plug-in server. For example:

      "%BMC_JAVA_HOME%\java" -Xmx1024m "C:\BMCData\ARSystem\pluginsvr;C:\BMCData\ARSystem\pluginsvr\arpluginsvr91_build009.jar;
      C:\BMCData\ARSystem\arserver\api\lib\arcmnapp91_build009.jar" com.bmc.arsys.pluginsvr.ARPluginServerMain
      -x localhost -i "C:\BMCData\ARSystem" -m

To deploy the patch

Deploy the patch packages in the following sequence:

  1. Remedy Mid Tier.
    You can deploy a Mid Tier patch on an additional server. For more information, see Deploying a Mid Tier patch on an additional server.
  2. Remedy Platform (Remedy AR System server, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator)

The AR System administrator or a Package Deployer performs the following steps to deploy the package in an environment:

  1. Log in to Mid Tier as an administrator or a package deployer user by using the following URL: 
    http://<midTierServerName>:<port number>/arsys/

  2. From the IT Home page, select Applications > AR System Administration AR System Deployment Management Console.

  3. In the Deployment Management Console, perform the following actions:

    1. Select the package that you have imported, and then select Operations > Deploy.
      The following message is displayed if the package contains binaries:
      This package includes files to be deployed/rollback. You can monitor the status of the file deployment/rollback by opening the package, selecting the item for file deployment and clicking on the "View Payload Status" button. (ARNOTE 10000) 
    2. In the message window, click OK.
    3. To view the package status, click Refresh.
      When the package is successfully deployed, the status of the package changes to Deployed.

      Important

      While deploying the Remedy Platform package, the AR System server restarts once.

      The AR server restarts when the package deploys Remedy AR System.

    4. If your package contains binary files, to view the deployment status, perform the following actions:
      1. Select the deployed package entry, and then select Manage Package > View.
        The AR System Deployment Management form opens.
      2. From the table next to the Deployment Package Contents panel, select Deployment Payload.
      3. Click View Payload Status.


        The AR System Single Point Deployment Status window opens displaying the list of server names in the Host Name column and the package deployment status in the Host Status column.
      4. If the package deployment status is Waiting for Utility Run, connect to the server and run the payload deployment utility



      5. This utility needs to be run on all the servers that has Waiting for Utility Run status.

Important

In the AR System Single Point Deployment Status form, the deployment payload status is shown as 'Deploy Error', if the Payload Status is any one of the following:

  • Download failed.
  • Deployment failed.
  • Rollback successful.
  • Rollback failed.

On the AR System Deployment Management Console, you will see the package Status changed to 'Deploy Error' and the State of the package to 'Deployed with Errors'.

Even after you retry the deployment and the deployment is successful, the Status of the package remains unchanged, it still shows 'Deploy Error'.

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To run the payload deployment utility

Perform this procedure if your package contains binary files, and the package deployment status is Waiting for Utility Run:

  1. On the AR System server,  set JAVA_HOME to point to the JRE top level folder.
  2. Run the arpayloaddeploymentutil.bat (Windows) or arpayloaddeploymentutil.sh (UNIX) utility from the following location:
    • ( Windows ): <installDirectory>\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem

    • ( UNIX ): <installDirectory>/ARSystem/bin

      Important

      A binary payload is deployed on all the servers automatically if the filedeployer.localDeploymentRequired parameter is set to false in the deployConfig.properties file. If the filedeployer.localDeploymentRequired parameter is set to true (default), you need to manually run the payload utility on all the servers in the server group.

      The deployConfig.properties file is located in the following folder:

      - (Windows): /ARinstallDirectory

      - (UNIX): /ARSystem/bin

      Only an administrator user with permissions to access the file system can change the setting.

      The arpayloaddeploymentutil.bat (Windows) or arpayloaddeploymentutil.sh (UNIX) utility stops all the related components services for which the package is provided. After the package is successfully applied, the services are up automatically.

      Make sure that your Primary or Admin server is not part of the auto deployment so that you can use that server to monitor the deployment status.

  3. On the mid tier server, run the payload utility by performing the following actions:
    1. Set JAVA_HOME to point to the JRE top level folder on the Mid Tier server.
    2. (UNIX) Verify whether the file deployer service is running. 
      • To start the service, run the ./filedeployer.sh start command from the /opt/bmc/ARSystem/midtier/filedeployer/ location.
      • To stop the service, run the ./filedeployer.sh stop command from the /opt/bmc/ARSystem/midtier/filedeployer/ location.
    3. Navigate to the file deployer location and run the utility.
      • (Windows) <AR_Install_DIR>\midtier\filedeployer\arpayloaddeploymentutil.bat  
      • (UNIX) /opt/bmc/ARSystem/midtier/filedeployer/ arpayloaddeploymentutil.sh
    4.  After the utility completes its run, re-login to the mid tier.
  4. Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 on servers where the deployment status shows Waiting for Utility Run .
    After you run the utility, the package for Remedy IT Service Management is successfully applied to your environment.


    Important

    • Depending on your operating system, the package content types compatible with your operating system are processed. Package entries that are not compatible with your operating system, are skipped from processing and are shown with a Skipped status. For example, if your operating system is Unix and if you deploy a package which has content type for Windows, the package processing is skipped for that server.
    • The package deployment process will not continue until the payload deployment status is successful on a server.

    Deploying package in a server group

    When you deploy a package in a server group, the ARX and DEF content types are processed on all the servers of the server group.
    However, if the package contains a Deployment Payload content type, you need to run the payload utility, which is processed according to the component ranking order. The higher the ranking, the higher is the preference given for processing the package on that server. For more information, see  Setting the component ranking order before deploying a binary payload in Remedy AR System online documentation.

    BMC does not recommend to roll back a package that was successfully deployed.

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To deploy a Mid Tier patch on an additional server

Before you begin, you must first  configure that server  if you deploy a Mid Tier patch on one server and want to deploy the same patch on another server. Perform the following steps after configuring the additional server. 

  1. Open the Mid Tier Configuration page by using the following path:
    http://<hostName>:<portNumber>/<contextPath>/shared/config/config.jsp
  2. Click File Deployer Setting.
  3. In the AR Server Host Name field, enter the name of the additional server where you want to deploy the Mid Tier patch.

  4. Restart File Deployer for the Mid Tier patch by using the ./filedeployer.sh start command.
    The Mid Tier entry is added to the AR System Monitor form.

  5. Deploy the Mid Tier patch on the additional server.

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To apply a Remedy language pack

Apply the 20.02.01 language packs if you have not applied language packs on the base 20.02 version. Do not apply the 20.02.01 language packs if you have language views already available in the base 20.02 version.

Perform the following steps to apply the 20.02.01 language pack after you apply the Remedy Platform 20.02.02 patch:

  1. Download the Remedy Platform 20.02.01 language deployment package from EPD . Remedy Platform 20.02.01 language pack ZIP file contains the individual language packs. 
  2. Extract the ZIP file to get the individual language packs and import the packs that you want to apply. Use the 7-Zip utility to extract the contents of the ZIP file.
  3. Apply the Remedy platform 20.02.01 language pack. For more information, see Applying a language deployment package.
  4. After you apply the Remedy platform language pack, download the Remedy applications language pack from the EPD and extract it. To download the latest version of Remedy applications language pack, see Downloading the installation files.

    Important

    Make sure that you download and apply the Application language pack of the same version as your Remedy applications version.
    For example, if you have Remedy applications version 20.02 on your server, apply the Remedy applications 20.02 language pack. 

  5. Import and apply the Remedy applications language pack.

Rolling back the patch

If an issue occurs during the validation of the patch package, or if an error occurs while deploying the package, you can restore the objects on your server to the pre-deployment state. 

Roll back the packages in the following sequence: 

  1. Remedy Platform (Remedy AR System server, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator)
  2. Remedy Mid Tier

Package rollback criteria

Rollback validation helps you to avoid accidental rollback. BMC offers the following conditions for a package rollback:

  • You can roll back a package within 48 hours of a successful package deployment. You can configure a maximum 168 hours. 
    Use the D2P-Rollback-Timeout-Interval parameter in the Centralized Configuration to configure the limit for rollback. For more information about the D2P-Rollback-Timeout-Interval parameter see,  D2P-Rollback-Timeout-Interval  in Remedy AR System online documentation.
  • You can rollback only the last deployed package.

To roll back the patch

The AR System administrator or a Package Deployer performs the following steps to roll back a package:

  1. Log in to Mid Tier by using the following URL: 
    http://<midTierServer>:<port number>/arsys/
  2. From the IT Home page, select Applications > AR System Administration  AR System Deployment Management Console.
  3. In the Deployment Management Console, perform the following actions:
    1. Select the package that has  Deployed with Error  status.
    2. Select  Operations > Rollback .
    3. In the confirmation dialog box that is displayed, click Yes.
    4. (Optional) Click Refresh
      The state of the package changes from Rolling back to Rolled back.
      If a package contains binary files, the state of the package is shown as Pending Rollback
    5. To view the payload deployment status for a package containing binary files, perform the following steps:
      1. Select the deployed package entry and click Manage Package > View.
        The AR System Deployment Management form opens.
      2. Select Deployment Payload from the table next to the Deployment Package Contents panel. 
        The Deployment Payload status is shown as Rollback Pending.


      3. Click the View Payload Status button.
        A table that shows the status of the package on all the servers in a server group is displayed.



      4. Connect to the server that has the Wait for Utility Run status and run the payload utility.

      5. Repeat steps from i to iv on all the servers of a server group from where you want to roll back the package.
        After the payload utility is run, the package starts rolling back. You can view the package status on the main AR System Deployment Management Console. If the State changes to Rolled Back, it means that the package rollback is successful.


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BMC_DEPLOYMENT_PACKAGES folder

The BMC_DEPLOYMENT_PACKAGES folder is automatically created on the target server when a package deployment or rollback operation is triggered from the AR System Deployment Management console. The folder is created at the following location:
<Install directory> \BMC Software\ARSystem\Arserver\Db\BMC_DEPLOYMENT_PACKAGES

This folder is a temporary working directory. You can safely delete this folder or the contents of this folder after the package is successfully deployed or rolled back on all the servers. Do NOT delete this folder or the contents of this folder when the package deployment or rollback is in progress.

Package deployment logs

You can check the following log files to view the package deployment status or any related errors. For more information, see Troubleshooting package deployment issues.

ComponentLocation
  • Remedy Platform package
    (Remedy AR System, BMC CMDB, and Atrium Integrator)

To check the payload deployment status, see the following log file:

  • (Windows) <InstallDirectory>/Arserver/Db/arfiledeployer.log 
  • (UNIX) <InstallDirectory>/db/arfiledeployer.log

To check the server version after deploying the package and payload logs, see the following log files:

  • (Windows) <InstallDirectory>Arserver/Db/ard2pplugin.log
  • (UNIX) <InstallDirectory>/db/ard2pplugin.log

  • (Windows) <InstallDirectory>/Arserver/Db/arjavaplugin.log
  • (UNIX) <InstallDirectory>/db/arjavaplugin.log

  • (Windows) <InstallDirectory>/Arserver/Db/ard2pdeploymentactivity.log
  • (UNIX) <InstallDirectory>/db/ard2pdeploymentactivity.log

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Post deployment tasks for on-premises deployment

  • Apply the Backward Compatibility (BCT) hotfix to make your Remedy ITSM Applications (version 20.02 or earlier) are compatible with Remedy Platform version 20.02.02. The BCT hotfix includes fixes for issues related to approvals in AR System, rendering of images in SRM and rendering of task flow forms in Incident management, Change management and Work orders and so on. 
    Download the Platform Only Upgrade Compatibility Package For Apps hotfix file from BMC Electronic Product Download (EPD) site .


  • If you have installed Remedy Mid Tier on a BEA WebLogic web server, restart the Weblogic services to complete the deployment.

  • If you are upgrading Remedy Mid Tier from versions earlier than 19.02, set the value of the flashboards.showgraphinflash property to 2 to switch the rendering of the flashboards from Flash to HTML.
    You can modify the property in any one of the following ways:
  • If you have customized out-of-the-box objects, you need to reconcile the customizations. 
  • Use three-way reconciliation in Developer Studio to reconcile the objects if overlays exist for any of the objects that were updated. For more information, see  Reconciling Workflow Objects  in BMC Remedy AR System online documentation.
  • Clear plug-ins cache from the Cache Settings page in the Mid Tier Configuration Tool.
    See  Cache setting parameters in the BMC Remedy AR System online documentation. 

    Important

    Whenever AR System server successfully applies a deployment package, the Mid Tier receives a notification and syncs the cache automatically. For more information, see Using the cache sync option in the BMC Remedy AR System online documentation.

  • (Optional) If needed, you can reset the heap size to its previous value and restart the plug-in server.

  • When the BMC:DefaultJavaPluginServer process stops, the following log4j warning is logged in the <ARServerInstallDir>/ARServer/Db/armonitor.log file:

    log4j:WARN Continuable parsing error 199 and column 23

    log4j:WARN The content of element type "log4j:configuration" must match "(renderer*,throwableRenderer?,appender*,plugin*,(category|logger)*,root?,(categoryFactory|loggerFactory

    You can ignore the log4j warning because it does not impact functionality.

  • Use the Like Operator Object Identifier utility to list all filters and escalations where the LIKE operator is used without a wildcard in the Run If qualification. This utility is shipped as part of the AR Tools. For more information, see  Listing filters and escalations by using the Like Operator Object Identifier utility .

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What else changed in this release

The following table contains a list of objects that were changed in this patch release. If you have an overlay for any of the objects listed in the following table, you must reconcile the overlay objects with the objects that were updated by using three-way reconciliation.  For more information, see Reconciling AR customizations.

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ComponentObject typeObject
Remedy AR SystemForm

RDA:Deployment Management Console

Remedy AR System

Packing List

2002_P2_HeapSize_Precheck

Remedy AR SystemFilter guide

RDA:DPD:ImportAttachment_GetPluginCommand

Remedy AR SystemFilter guideRDA:DPD:ImportAttachment_CalculateHeapSizeGuide
Remedy AR SystemFilterRDA:DPD:ImportAttachment_GetPluginCommand
Remedy AR SystemFilterRDA:DPD:ImportAttachment_Creator_E
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  1. Stefan Hall

    The page does not contain any information about patch 002. Why so shortly after patch 001? Why is there no information about fixed bugs? There is simply no useful information to evaluate the re-deployment.

    Oct 07, 2020 01:30
    1. Karl-johan Halleni

      Fixed defects in 20.02.002 for AR-System is found here https://docs.bmc.com/docs/ars2002/known-and-corrected-issues-909633831.html

      Oct 19, 2020 10:28
      1. Stefan Hall

        funny, on Oct 07. they were not yet documented there. The release information was obviously too fast for the documentation. This could be tuned a bit better.

        Oct 21, 2020 04:21
        1. Himanshu Raul

          Hi Stefan,

          Thank you for your feedback on the documentation. 

          For the defect fixes for deploying Remedy, see  Known and corrected issues .

          For the defect fixes for Remedy AR System server, see  Known and corrected issues .

          Regards,

          Himanshu

          Nov 05, 2020 01:36
  2. Peter Ekendahl

    Documentation misses step for installing Remedy Smart Reporting Version 20.02.01. I assume this should be done after deployment of Remedy Mid Tier and Remedy Platform?

    Oct 14, 2020 06:54
    1. Himanshu Raul

      Hi Peter,

      Thank you for your feedback on the documentation. We recommend you to install the Smart Reporting patch after you apply the Remedy Mid Tier and Remedy Platform packages.

      Regards,

      Himanshu

      Oct 20, 2020 05:27
  3. Robin Gustafsson

    Just applied the patch to our test enviroment and the ci explorer doesn't work, any suggestions?

    Oct 22, 2020 08:47
    1. Himanshu Raul

      Hi Robin,

      Thank you for your feedback on the documentation. We are working on your query.

      Regards,

      Himanshu

      Nov 02, 2020 07:42
  4. Andreas Petraschke

    I just ran the objectswithoutwildcardinlike.bat and the only filter with LIKE without wildcard is RDA:DPD:ImportAttachment_CalculateHeapSize from the 2002Patch002HeapSizePrecheck - will BMC fix this?

    ('z1d_Char01' LIKE "ARCMDB_2002Patch002.zip") OR ('z1d_Char01' LIKE "ARCMDB_SOLARIS_2002Patch002.zip")

    Nov 01, 2020 10:28
    1. Himanshu Raul

      Hi Andreas,

      Thank you for your feedback on the documentation. We are working on your query and will address the request for enhancement as soon as possible.

      Regards,

      Himanshu

      Nov 02, 2020 07:43