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JMS Adapter Question

We have our scenario MQ > XI > R/3.

everything is working fine, but i need to understand how XI picks up msgs from MQ. i know we define the channel name for MQ in the JMS adapter, but physically how is the msgs getting picked up from MQ.

Example: in the File adapter, there is a polling parameter which looks at a specified file system and picks a file when it comes there...

Can anyone help on this?

thanks

tony

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2005 at 09:36 PM

    Hi Tony,

    JMS point to point messaging model is based on message queues

    (you specify a JMS queue in the JMS adapter):

    1. a queue sender (also called producer) sends a message to a specified queue

    2. a queue receiver (also called consumer) receives that message

    sender jms adapter is a JMS client acting as receiver (in this case) of messages

    Regards,

    michal

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      Hi,

      How can we define the parameter 'setSecurityExit' and what module needs to be used? Can the same be done for receiver JMS adapter?

      How do we configure security settings when the message is sent from XI to MQ Series using receiver JMS adapter?

      Thanks,

      Vatsala.

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