WARNING: LLE Configuration discovered! Note that LLE has been deprecated. You should upgrade to SSL to secure network links

If you’re working with one of the latest versions of PeopleTools, it is likely that you’d have observed this warning in the appserver Tuxedo log (TUXLOG.mmddyy) and Weblogic logs (like PIA_weblogic.log): WARNING: LLE Configuration discovered! Note that LLE has been deprecated. You should upgrade to SSL to secure network links

It is essentially a warning message indicating that the native Jolt connection encryption protocol ‘LLE’ is being replaced with ‘SSL.’ Since it is just a warning, you may not really pay any attention to it but if you’re trying to troubleshoot an issue, sometimes you may start to wonder if this warning message is in anyway responsible for the issue you’re having. Also, is it not just good to have logs without any errors or warning messages?

So, lets see how we can suppress this message.

How to Suppress the LOG messages “WARNING: LLE Configuration discovered! Note that LLE has been deprecated. You should upgrade to SSL to secure network links”

To suppress the LLE Warning Messages in Appserver domain:

1. Open the psappsrv.ubx file present in PS_CFG_HOME>/appserv/<appserver_domain_name>/psappsrv.ubx file.

2. Navigate to the bottom and locate the section with environment settings — it begins with *PS_ENVFILE

3. Add the following environment variable: LLE_DEPRECATION_WARN_LEVEL=NONE

4. Reconfigure and start the appserver domain.

5. Verify that the LLE messages got suppressed.

To suppress the LLE Warning Messages in WebLogic domain:

1. Open the WebLogic <PIA_HOME>/webserv/<DOMAIN-NAME>/bin/setEnv file and add this below parameter to the JAVA_OPTIONS argument:

-Dtuxedo.jolt.LLEDeprecationWarnLevel=NONE

2. Restart the PIA domain.

If using Windows, you’ll need to uninstall and reinstall the Windows service for the changes to be picked up by the Windows registry. 

3. Verify that the LLE messages got suppressed.

Apurva Tripathi
 

Apurva is a PeopleSoft consultant and a big advocate of everything PeopleSoft. He is also a technology enthusiast and loves learning and implementing newer and open source technologies. He spends his spare time updating this blog and likes to read books on self help and productivity.

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