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JMS Configuration - Tibco JMS ?

Hi,

I am using XI 3.0 Central Adapter Engine, and trying to use a Sender JMS adapter (inbound). Our JMS server is Tibco.

Can someone share the settings such that XI JMS adapter acts as a JMS client ?

Where can I specify the Queue Connection Factory, JMS server / port, JMS Queue Name etc. On a sidenote, where do I create JNDI names in the J2EE server ?

thanks,

Manish

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 09:33 AM

    Use the 'Configure JMS using JNDI' option

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      Manish,

      you need to upload the jms libraries into the j2ee engine, there is a document describing how to do this in sdn ("how to configure external jdbc and jms drivers" document). You need to have the JNDI tree specified on the Tibco JMS server, for this you need to examine the tibco documentation. You don't need to do this on XI.

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