Yes, we are always happy to receive and evaluate patches, fixes, enhancements and suggestions. For your protection and ours, you must first provide a Contributor License Agreement
Then you can send code, documentation or ideas by email to any of the product mailing lists, or by private email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We evaluate them and possibly include them in the base product according to the following criteria:
Unfortunately, not all patches will meet these criteria, and so not all will be included into the base product. If we decide not to include a patch in the base product, we will often put it in the goodies directory of the distribution for use by others.
The Radiator RPM distributions are easy to install many types of on Linux. However OSC does not make patch sets available for RPM distributions, only fo the full source distribution. Further, some customers may need RPMs of customised versions of Radiator.
On most linux platforms that support RPMs you can make you own RPMs from the Radiator source to suit your own needs.
The RPM package installs these by default in /usr/share/doc/packages/Radiator/
In some circumstances, The Radiator connection to RSA AM may fail with an error message
in the RSA Weblogic server like:
Received fatal alert: bad_record_mac at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance0
This can be fixed by adding these lines to the weblog server start file:
IPv6 should work automatically with recent Perl installations. Socket6.pm Perl module may be required with older Perls. If you are using ActivePerl, try installing Socket6 PPM to see if this fixes the problem.