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Performance Information Server V 8.0.1 for Syson z- Client DS v8 WinXP

Performance Information Server V 8.0.1 for Syson z- Client DS v8 WinXP

Performance Information Server V 8.0.1 for Syson z- Client DS v8 WinXP

(OP)
DataStage Designer client has issues saving projects to the IBM
Information Server. Product window builds job ok, but when it comes
time to save the job to the JOB folder, the DataStage Designer client
hangs for a long period of time then returns a DataStage "unable to
unlock ...." window.

Also, the DataStage Designer client appears to hang when the "View
Data" inside a sequential file object. Took 12 minutes to return 10 of
25 records from a file on the server.

Datastage Designer Client INFO on Windows xp
Build Number: 1.2
Runtime Engine Version: 8.0
Domain Version: ISF 3.1 8.0.1_RC1 959V

IBM Information Server INFO
Platform: Linux on zSeries
OS: SLES 10

Both the server and Client are on different network segments . Is this some thing related to Port configurations or opening/closing some ports.

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