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May 20, 2010 at 11:47 AM

Creating a Virtual Sender....

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As with any project, requirements are known to change at the 11th hour....

a requirement is now on the cards for have a single JMS queue and sender that then will split the message into the 25 possible scenarios based upon a specific field. currently they requested different queues for each interface.....

i know how the receiver determination works using xpath to check this field, but is it possible for me to create a "Virtual Sender" that then processes the message, without having to change all the configuration of interfaces and namespaces? due to time constraints it would not be possible....

when i try and create a Generic Communication Channel, and a sender agreement with * in the interface and namespace, i get the following message:

Check Result for Object | BS_DEV_JMS | * | |

Name and namespace must be provided for generic interfaces by a module in the channel configuration for the module processor

i am on 7.11 SP4.

has anyone done something similar? all the messages picked up by the sender are based upon a standard structure.... so i guess i would have to rework all the ESR stuff to get this working! :o( not an option as we are trying to exit integration testing and we would have to start from scratch on the majority of the build and testing again....