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Need multiple interfaces on a single communication channel

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We have a business need to bring multiple interfaces in thru the same MQSeries Queues using the JMS adapter. Because the sender agreements bind to the communication channel, which is bound to the queue, we cannot figure out how 2 interfaces can come thru the same place. We tried having 2 communication channels on the same queue, but then the 2 processes fight over pulling the messages, and if the wrong process polls, we lose data. We also tried creating a "master structure" which contains each of the unique interfaces as children, but this will be unrealistic in our environment, as we will have hundreds of interfaces, and we don't want to risk making a change to one that could potentially cause issues with hundreds of others. Ideas?

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 04:33 PM

    also found in the documentation that you can use * as the interface in the sender agreement - which sounds perfect - but when I tried to do this, it says the * is not allowed for adapter type JMS. The documentation says this is acceptable for all adapter types, so I am at a loss again....

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 08:51 PM

    according to the documentation (I read even more) it is not possible to wildcard the interface for JMS, File or JDBC. The communication channel/sender agreement are 1:1.

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