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OpenMQ—JMS Capture Point Application

This page provides an example to configuring a JMS Capture Point Application object when using the OpenMQ provider. This is a specific example of the more general configuration procedure titled "Configure Integrated CP."

Creating a Capture Point application in Configuration Manager (OpenMQ example)

Start

  1. Create a Capture Point Application in the Configuration Manager named CP_OpenMQ_solaris.
  2. On the Options tab create a section settings. In this section add the following options:
  • capture-point-type=jms
  • inbound-queue-name=inbound (the same as in the queue lookup name above)
  • error-queue-name=error
  • processed-queue-name=processed
  • notification-queue-name=notification
  • xsl-inbound-transform-path=./iwd_scripts/iWD2IxnServerTransformer.groovy (points to the default iWD Compatibility scripts)
  • xsl-outbound-transform-path=./iwd_scripts/IxnServer2iWDTransformer.groovy
  • username=guest (as configured in the connection factory)
  • password=guest
  • jms-initial-context-factory=com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory
  • jms-provider-url=file:///home/InteractionServer (the path points to the folder where the .bindings file (in UNIX file format) is stored on the Interaction Server host)
  • jms-connection-factory-lookup-name=ConnectionFactory
  • On the Connections tab add the Interaction Server that will use this JMS Message queue.
  • End Next Steps

    This page was last edited on June 18, 2020, at 10:43.

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