Metadata Manager 10.1.1 HotFix 1
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The Monitoring tab in Informatica Administrator continues to show that jobs are running even after you recycle the domain.
If the Model Repository Service configured for monitoring starts after the Data Integration Service, the status of jobs that have already run is not updated in the Model repository. As a result, the status might be incorrectly displayed as Running.
If the network connection between the Data Integration Service and the Model Repository Service configured for monitoring fails, then job run statistics are not written to the Model repository after the network connection is restored.
Users or groups might be deleted from an LDAP security domain during LDAP synchronization if the LDAP server is accessed through an application server and paging is enabled for LDAP results.
Users removed from an LDAP security domain during synchronization with the LDAP server cannot be added to or removed from the Native security domain. When you try to add or edit a removed LDAP user from the Native security domain, the request fails with the following error:
The group [Group1] belonging to [Native] contains a user [user1] belonging to [LDAP_Domain] that is not defined in the domain.
Informatica Administrator sometimes hangs due to synchronization issues.
A mapping with an Expression transformation containing an unconnected lookup expression containing decimal 38 type fails after an upgrade to 10.1.1
Users are unable to change the value for maximum log size in the Log Management dialog box.
Multiple logins are required when you use an authorization proxy such as BigIP f5.
The Model repository upgrade from 9.6.1 Hotfix2 to 10.1 fails with an upgrade handler error.
The Model repository upgrade from 9.6.1 Hotfix2 to 10.1 fails with a stack overflow error.
The domain displays the following error: the Model repository version is incompatible after an upgrade from 9.6x to 10.1x.
When you run the infacmd xrf generateReadableViewXML command, the command fails with the following error:
Invalid syntax: Value found without option being specified.