Installing and configuring Decision Server on IBM WebSphere Application Server

Red Hat Decision Manager 7.1

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Abstract

This document describes how to configure IBM WebSphere Application Server for Decision Server and how to install Decision Server on that IBM server instance.

Preface

As a system administrator, you can configure your IBM WebSphere Application Server for Red Hat Decision Server and install Decision Server on that IBM server instance.

Prerequisites

Chapter 1. Red Hat Decision Server

The Red Hat Decision Server is the server where the rules and other artifacts for Red Hat Decision Manager are stored. Decision Server is a standalone, built-in component that can be used to instantiate and execute rules through interfaces available for REST, Java Message Service (JMS), or Java client-side applications, and Red Hat Business Optimizer functionality through solvers.

Created as a web deployable WAR file, Decision Server can be deployed on any web container. The current version of the Decision Server is included with default extensions for both Red Hat Decision Manager and Red Hat Process Automation Manager.

Decision Server has a low footprint with minimal memory consumption and therefore can be deployed easily on a cloud instance. Each instance of this server can open and instantiate multiple containers, which enables you to execute multiple rule services in parallel.

Decision Server can be integrated with other application servers, such as Oracle WebLogic Server or IBM WebSphere Application Server, to streamline Red Hat Decision Manager application management.

Chapter 2. IBM WebSphere Application Server

IBM WebSphere Application Server is a flexible and secure web application server that hosts Java-based web applications and provides Java EE-certified run time environments. IBM WebSphere 9.0 supports Java SE 8 and is fully compliant with Java EE 7 since version 8.5.5.6.

Chapter 3. Installing and running IBM WebSphere Application Server

IBM WebSphere Application Server must be installed and running for you to apply many of the configurations that accommodate Decision Server. This section describes how to install and start IBM WebSphere.

For the most up-to-date and detailed installation instructions, see the IBM WebSphere Application Server product page.

Procedure

  1. Download IBM Installation Manager version 1.8.5 or later from the IBM Installation Manager and Packaging Utility download links page. IBM Installation Manager is required for installing IBM WebSphere.
  2. Extract the downloaded archive and run the following command as the root user in the new directory:

    sudo ./install

    The IBM Installation Manager opens.

  3. Go to FilePreferences and click Add Repository.
  4. In the Add Repository window, enter the repository URL for IBM WebSphere 9.0. You can find all the repository URLs in the Online product repositories for IBM WebSphere Application Server offerings page of the IBM Knowledge Center. For example:

    http://www.ibm.com/software/repositorymanager/V9WASILAN
  5. In your command terminal, navigate to the IBM WebSphere Application Server folder location that you specified during the installation.
  6. Change to the /bin directory and run a command similar to the following example to create an IBM WebSphere profile, user name, and password. A profile defines the run time environment. The profile includes all the files that the server processes in the runtime environment and that you can change. The user is required for login.

    sudo ./manageprofiles.sh -create -profileName testprofile -profilePath /profiles/testprofile  -adminUserName websphere -adminPassword password123
  7. In your command terminal, navigate to the bin directory within the profile that you created (for example, /profiles/testprofile/bin) and run the following command to start the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance:

    sudo ./startServer.sh <SERVER_NAME>

    <SERVER_NAME> is the IBM WebSphere Application Server name defined in ServersServer TypesIBM WebSphere Application Servers of the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console.

  8. Open the following URL in a web browser:

    http://<HOST>:9060/ibm/console

    <HOST> is the system name or IP address of the target server.

    For example, to start the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console for a local instance of IBM WebSphere running on your system, enter the following URL in a web browser:

    http://localhost:9060/ibm/console
  9. When the login page of the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console appears, enter your administrative credentials.

Chapter 4. Configuring IBM WebSphere Application Server for Decision Server

Before you deploy Decision Server with IBM WebSphere Application Server, you must configure system properties, security settings, JMS requirements, and other properties on IBM WebSphere. These configurations promote an optimal integration with Decision Server.

Prerequisites

  • IBM WebSphere Application Server is installed and running.
  • You are logged in to the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console.

4.1. Enabling administrative security

You must enable administrative security in the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console so that you have the required permissions to create users and groups.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, click SecurityGlobal Security and ensure that the option Enable Application Security is selected. This may already be selected and overridden at the server level.
  2. Click Security Configuration Wizard and click Next.
  3. Select the repository that contains the user information. For example, select Federated repositories for local configurations.
  4. Click Next
  5. Enter the Primary administrative user name and Password.
  6. Click Next and then click Finish.
  7. Click Save in the Messages window to save your changes to the master configuration.

    Figure 4.1. Save security changes

    Save security changes
  8. In your command terminal, navigate to the IBM WebSphere Application Server /bin directory location that you specified during installation, and run the following commands to stop and restart IBM WebSphere to apply the security changes:

    sudo ./stopServer.sh <SERVER_NAME>
    sudo ./startServer.sh <SERVER_NAME>

    <SERVER_NAME> is the IBM WebSphere Application Server name defined in ServersServer TypesIBM WebSphere Application Servers of the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console.

4.2. Configuring Java Message Service (JMS)

The Java Message Service (JMS) is a Java API that Decision Server uses to exchange messages with other application servers such as Oracle WebLogic Server and IBM WebSphere Application Server. You must configure your application server to send and receive JMS messages through Decision Server to ensure proper collaboration between the two servers.

4.2.1. Create a service bus and add IBM WebSphere

You muse create a service bus and add the IBM WebSphere Application Server as a member of it in order to use JMS.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to Service IntegrationBusesNew.
  2. Enter a new bus name and clear the Bus Security option.
  3. Click Next and then Finish to create the service bus.
  4. Select the service bus that you have created.
  5. Under Topology, click Bus MembersAdd.
  6. In the Add a New Bus Member wizard, choose the IBM WebSphere Application Server and the type of message store for persistence. You can also specify the properties of the message store.
  7. Click Finish to add the new bus member.

4.2.2. Create JMS connection factories

To enable messaging with Decision Server, you must create certain JMS connection factories for sending and receiving messages.

Prerequisite

You have created a service bus for IBM WebSphere Application Server.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ResourcesJMSConnection Factories.
  2. Select the correct scope and click New.
  3. Select the Default Messaging Provider option and click OK.
  4. For each of the following required connection factories, enter the name of the connection factory (for example, KIE.SERVER.REQUEST) and the JNDI name (for example, jms/cf/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST), and then select the service bus from the Bus Name drop-down list. Leave the default values for the remaining options.
  5. Click Apply and Save to save the changes to the master configuration, and repeat for each required factory.

4.2.2.1. JMS connection factories for Decision Server

The following are the required Java Message Service (JMS) connection factories that enable JMS messaging with Decision Server:

Table 4.1. Required JMS connection factories for Decision Server

NameDefault valueUsed for

KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

jms/cf/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

Sending all requests to Decision Server

KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

jms/cf/KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

Receiving all responses produced by Decision Server

4.2.3. Create JMS queues

JMS queues are the destination end points for point-to-point messaging. You must create certain JMS queues to enable JMS messaging with Decision Server.

Prerequisite

You have created a service bus for IBM WebSphere Application Server.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ResourcesJMSQueues.
  2. Select the correct scope and click New.
  3. Select the Default Messaging Provider option and click OK.
  4. For each of the following required queues, enter the name of the queue (for example, KIE.SERVER.REQUEST) and the JNDI name (for example, jms/queue/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST), and then select the service bus from the Bus Name drop-down list.
  5. From the Queue Name drop-down list, select the Create Service Integration Bus Destination, enter a unique identifier, and select the bus member that you created previously.
  6. Click Apply and Save to save the changes to the master configuration, and repeat for each required queue.

4.2.3.1. JMS queues for Decision Server

The following are the required Java Message Service (JMS) queues that enable JMS messaging with Decision Server:

Table 4.2. Required JMS queues for Decision Server

NameDefault valueUsed for

KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

jms/queue/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

Sending all requests to Decision Server

KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

jms/queue/KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

Receiving all responses produced by Decision Server

4.2.4. Create JMS activation specifications

A JMS activation specification is required in order to bridge the queue and the message-driven bean that enables JMS.

Prerequisites

  • You have created a service bus for IBM WebSphere Application Server.
  • You have created JMS queues.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ResourcesJMSActivation Specifications.
  2. Select the correct scope and click New.
  3. Select the Default Messaging Provider option and click OK.
  4. For each of the following required activation specifications, enter the name of the activation specification (for example, KIE.SERVER.REQUEST) and the JNDI name (for example, jms/activation/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST), and then select the service bus from the Bus Name drop-down list.
  5. From the Destination Type drop-down list, select Queue and enter the name of the corresponding queue as a Destination lookup (for example, jms/queue/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST).
  6. Click Apply and Save to save the changes to the master configuration, and repeat for each required activation specification.

4.2.4.1. JMS activation specifications for Decision Server

The following are the required Java Message Service (JMS) activation specifications that enable JMS messaging with Decision Server:

Table 4.3. Required JMS activation specifications for Decision Server

NameDefault valueUsed for

KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

jms/activation/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST

Sending all requests to Decision Server

KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

jms/activation/KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

Receiving all responses produced by Decision Server

4.3. Setting system properties in IBM WebSphere Application Server

Set the system properties listed in this section on your IBM WebSphere Application Server before you deploy Decision Server.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ServersServer TypesIBM WebSphere Application Servers.
  2. In the list of application servers, choose the server on which you are going to deploy Decision Server.
  3. Under the Server Infrastructure, click Java and Process ManagementProcess Definition.

    Figure 4.2. WebSphere configuration page

    WebSphere configuration page
  4. Under Additional Properties, click Java Virtual Machine.

    Figure 4.3. Process definition configuration page

    process definition2

    This opens the configuration properties for the JVM that is used to start IBM WebSphere.

  5. Set both the Initial heap size and Maximum heap size to 2048 and click Apply to increase the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) memory size. Decision Server has been tested with these values. If you do not increase the JVM memory size, IBM WebSphere Application Server freezes or causes deployment errors when deploying Decision Server.
  6. Under Additional Properties, click Custom Properties.
  7. Click NewCustom JVM Properties and add the following properties to IBM WebSphere:

    Table 4.4. System properties for Decision Server

    NameValueDescription

    kie.server.jms.queues.response

    jms/queue/KIE.SERVER.RESPONSE

    The JNDI name of JMS queue for responses used by Decision Server.

    org.kie.server.domain

    WSLogin

    JAAS LoginContext domain used to authenticate users when using JMS.

    org.jbpm.server.ext.disabled

    true

    Disables Decision Central features, which are not supported in RHDM. If not set, Decision Server will work, but will show error messages during start up.

    org.jbpm.ui.server.ext.disabled

    true

    Disables Decision Central features, which are not supported in RHDM. If not set, Decision Server will work, but will show error messages during start up.

    org.jbpm.case.server.ext.disabled

    true

    Disables Decision Central features, which are not supported in RHDM. If not set, Decision Server will work, but will show error messages during start up.

    org.jboss.logging.provider

    jdk

    This property is only required where a CA SiteMinder TAI (SMTAI) is installed in the environment. Using this property forces Hibernate to use JDK instead of log4j for logging within Dashbuilder. CA SiteMinder TAI (SMTAI) contains an old version of log4j, which causes conflicts.

  8. Click Save to save the changes to the master configuration.

4.4. Stopping and restarting IBM WebSphere Application Server

After you have configured all required system properties in IBM WebSphere Application Server, stop and restart the IBM server to ensure that the configurations are applied.

Procedure

In your command terminal, navigate to the IBM WebSphere Application Server /bin directory location that you specified during installation, and run the following commands to stop and restart IBM WebSphere to apply the configuration changes:

sudo ./stopServer.sh <SERVER_NAME>
sudo ./startServer.sh <SERVER_NAME>

<SERVER_NAME> is the IBM WebSphere Application Server name defined in ServersServer TypesIBM WebSphere Application Servers of the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console.

Chapter 5. Installing and running Decision Server with IBM WebSphere Application Server

After you have configured all required system properties in IBM WebSphere Application Server, you can install Decision Server with IBM WebSphere to streamline Red Hat Decision Manager application management.

Prerequisite

An IBM WebSphere Application Server instance is configured as described in Chapter 4, Configuring IBM WebSphere Application Server for Decision Server.

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the Software Downloads page in the Red Hat Customer Portal (login required), and select the product and version from the drop-down options:

    • Product: Decision Manager
    • Version: 7.1
  2. Download Red Hat Decision Manager 7.1.0 Decision Server for All Supported EE7 Containers.
  3. Extract the rhdm-7.1.0-kie-server-ee7.zip archive to a temporary directory. In the following examples this directory is called TEMP_DIR.
  4. Repackage the kie-server.war directory:

    1. Navigate to the TEMP_DIR/rhdm-7.1.0-kie-server-ee7/kie-server.war directory.
    2. Select the contents of the TEMP_DIR/rhdm-7.1.0-kie-server-ee7/kie-server.war directory and create the kie-server.zip file.
    3. Rename kie-server.zip to kie-server.war. This is the file that you will use to deploy Decision Server.
    4. If desired, copy the new kie-server.war file to a location that is more convenient to deploy from.
  5. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications.
  6. Click Install.
  7. Navigate to the kie-server.war file that you repackaged and select it to upload.
  8. Select Fast Path and click Next.

    The Install New Application wizard opens.

  9. Change the Application Name to kie-server and click Next.
  10. Map the Decision Server modules to servers according to your specific requirements and click Next.
  11. For Bind Listeners for Message-Driven Beans, select Activation Specification for both beans, enter jms/activation/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST in the Target Resource JNDI Name field, and enter the jms/cf/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST JNDI name for the KIE.SERVER.REQUEST connection factory.
  12. In the Map Virtual Hosts for Web Modules section, keep the default values and click Next.
  13. Set the context root to kie-server.
  14. In the Metadata for Modules section, keep the default values and click Next.
  15. Click Finish to install Decision Server and click Save to save the changes to the master configuration.

5.1. Creating the Decision Server group and role

After Decision Server is installed, you must create the kie-server group and a user.

Prerequisite

  • Decision Server is installed on the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, click Users and GroupsManage Groups.
  2. In the Manage Groups screen, click Create.
  3. In the Create a Group screen, enter kie-server in the Group name box, then click Create.
  4. To create a user to add to the kie-server group, click Users and GroupsManage Users.
  5. In the Create a User screen, complete the required information.
  6. Click Group Membership.
  7. In the Group Membership screen, click kie-server, move it to Mapped To, and click Close.
  8. On the Create a User screen click Create.

5.2. Mapping the Decision Server group and role

After Decision Server is installed, you must map the kie-server role to the kie-server group in the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console to run Decision Server.

Prerequisites

  • Decision Server is installed on the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance.
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server has the kie-server group with at least one user.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications and select the newly installed kie-server application.
  2. Under Detail Properties, click Security Role to User/Group Mapping.
  3. Select the kie-server role and click Map Groups to search for the kie-server group.
  4. Move the kie-server group from the Available list to the Selected list and click OK.

    This mapping gives users in the IBM WebSphere Application Server kie-server group access to Decision Server.

  5. Click Save to complete the mapping.

5.3. Configuring class loading for Decision Server

After Decision Server is installed, you must configure class loading to set parent classes to load last.

Procedure

  1. Navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications and click kie-server.
  2. Click Class Loading and Update Detection under the Detail Properties heading on the left.
  3. In the properties, change Class Loader Order to Classes loaded with local class loader first (parent last) and WAR Class Loader Policy to Single class loader for application.
  4. Save the changes to the master configuration.

5.4. Verifying the installation

After you install Decision Server and define the Decision Server group mapping, verify that the server is running.

Prerequisites

  • Decision Server is installed on the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance.
  • You have set all required system properties for the headless Decision Manager controller.
  • You have defined the Decision Server group mapping in IBM WebSphere Application Server.

Procedure

Navigate to the Decision Server URL http://<HOST>:<PORT>/kie-server to verify that the server is running, or send a GET request to http://<HOST>:<PORT>/kie-server/services/rest/server to check whether the Decision Server REST API responds.

<HOST> is the ID or name of the Decision Server host, for example, localhost or 192.7.8.9.

<PORT> is the port of the Decision Server host, for example, 9060.

If Decision Server is not running, stop and restart the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance and try again to access the Decision Server URL or API.

Chapter 6. Installing and running the headless Decision Manager controller with IBM WebSphere Application Server

To use the Decision Server REST API or Java Client API to interact with Decision Server, install the headless Decision Manager controller with IBM WebSphere Application Server. The headless Decision Manager controller manages Decision Server configuration in a centralized way so that you can use the headless Decision Manager controller to create and maintain containers and perform other server-level tasks.

Note

For optimal results, install Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller on different servers in production environments. In development environments, you can install Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller on the same server.

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the Software Downloads page in the Red Hat Customer Portal (login required), and select the product and version from the drop-down options:

    • Product: Decision Manager
    • Version: 7.1
  2. Download Red Hat Decision Manager 7.1.0 Add-Ons.
  3. Extract the downloaded rhdm-7.1.0-add-ons.zip file to a temporary directory.
  4. Extract the rhdm-7.1.0-add-ons.zip file to a temporary directory. In the following examples this directory is called TEMP_DIR.
  5. Extract the rhdm-7.1.0-add-ons/rhdm-7.1.0-controller-ee7.zip file.
  6. Repackage the controller.war directory:

    1. Navigate to the TEMP_DIR/rhdm-7.1.0-add-ons/rhdm-7.1.0-controller-ee7/controller.war directory.
    2. Select the contents of the TEMP_DIR/rhdm-7.1.0-add-ons/rhdm-7.1.0-controller-ee7/controller.war directory and create the controller.zip file.
    3. Rename controller.zip to controller.war. This is the file that you will use to deploy the headless Decision Manager controller.
    4. If desired, copy the new controller.war file to a location that is more convenient to deploy from.
  7. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications.
  8. Click Install.
  9. Navigate to the controller.war file that you repackaged and select it to upload.
  10. Select Fast Path and click Next.

    The Install New Application wizard opens.

  11. Change the Application Name to controller and click Next.
  12. Map the headless Decision Manager controller modules to servers according to your specific requirements and click Next.
  13. For Bind Listeners for Message-Driven Beans, select Activation Specification for both beans, enter jms/activation/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST in the Target Resource JNDI Name field, and enter the jms/cf/KIE.SERVER.REQUEST JNDI name for the KIE.SERVER.REQUEST connection factory.
  14. In the Map Virtual Hosts for Web Modules section, keep the default values and click Next.
  15. Set the context root to controller.
  16. In the Metadata for Modules section, keep the default values and click Next.
  17. Click Finish to install the headless Decision Manager controller and click Save to save the changes to the master configuration.

6.1. Configuring class loading for the headless Decision Manager controller

After the headless Decision Manager controller is installed, you must configure Decision Server class loading to set parent classes to load last.

Procedure

  1. Navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications and click kie-server.
  2. Click Class Loading and Update Detection under the Detail Properties heading on the left.
  3. In the properties, change Class Loader Order to Classes loaded with local class loader first (parent last) and WAR Class Loader Policy to Single class loader for application.
  4. Save the changes to the master configuration.

6.2. Setting system properties for the headless Decision Manager controller

After you install the headless Decision Manager controller, set the system properties listed in this section on your application server or servers to enable proper interaction with the headless Decision Manager controller.

Note

For optimal results, install Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller on different servers in production environments. In development environments, you can install Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller on the same server. In either case, be sure to make these property changes on all application servers where the headless Decision Manager controller is installed.

Prerequisite

Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller are installed on the application server instance.

Procedure

  1. Specify the following JVM property values on the application server instance where the headless Decision Manager controller is installed:

    Table 6.1. Required properties for the headless Decision Manager controller

    NameRequirement

    org.kie.server.user

    A user with the kie-server role

    org.kie.server.pwd

    The password for the user specified in the org.kie.server.user property

  2. Specify the following JVM property values on the application server instance where Decision Server is installed:

    Table 6.2. Required properties for Decision Server when headless Decision Manager controller is installed

    NameRequirement

    org.kie.server.controller.user

    A user with the kie-server role

    org.kie.server.controller.pwd

    The password for the user specified for the org.kie.server.controller.user property

    org.kie.server.id

    The ID or name of the Decision Server installation, such as rhdm700-decision-server-1

    org.kie.server.location

    The URL of the Decision Server, http://<HOST>:<PORT>/kie-server/services/rest/server

    org.kie.server.controller

    The URL of the headless Decision Manager controller, http://<HOST>:<PORT>/controller/rest/controller

    <HOST> is the ID or name of the Decision Server host, for example, localhost or 192.7.8.9.

    <PORT> is the port of the Decision Server host, for example, 7001.

6.3. Mapping the headless Decision Manager controller group and role

After the headless Decision Manager controller is installed, in the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, you must create the kie-server group and then map the kie-server role to the kie-server group.

Prerequisite

  • The headless Decision Manager controller is installed on the IBM WebSphere Application Server instance.

Procedure

  1. In the WebSphere Integrated Solutions Console, create the kie-server group and a user for that group, as described in Creating the Decision Server group and role.
  2. Navigate to ApplicationsApplication TypesWebSphere Enterprise Applications and select the newly installed headless Decision Manager controller.
  3. Under Detail Properties, click Security Role to User/Group Mapping.
  4. Select the kie-server role and click Map Groups to search for the kie-server group.
  5. Move the kie-server group from the Available list to the Selected list and click OK.

    This mapping gives the previously created administrator user access to Decision Manager.

  6. Click Save to complete the mapping.

6.4. Verifying the installation

After you install the headless Decision Manager controller and define the required system properties and role requirements on the application server, verify that the headless Decision Manager controller works correctly.

Prerequisites

  • Decision Server and the headless Decision Manager controller are installed on the application server instance.
  • You have set all required system properties and role requirements for the headless Decision Manager controller on the application server.

Procedure

In your command terminal, enter the following command to verify that the headless Decision Manager controller is working:

curl -X GET "http://<HOST>:<PORT>/controller/rest/controller/management/servers" -H  "accept: application/xml" -u '<CONTROLLER>:<CONTROLLER_PWD>'

<HOST> is the ID or name of the Decision Server host, for example, localhost or 192.7.8.9.

<PORT> is the port of the Decision Server host, for example, 7001.

<CONTROLLER> and <CONTROLLER_PWD> are the user credentials that you created in this section.

The command should return information about the Decision Server instance.

Note

Alternatively, you can use the Decision Server Java API Client to access the headless Decision Manager controller.

If the headless Decision Manager controller is not running, stop and restart the application server instance and try again to access the headless Decision Manager controller URL or API.

Chapter 7. Next steps

Appendix A. Versioning information

Documentation last updated on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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