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TIBCO—JMS Capture Point Application

This example assumes the following:

  • The host of the TIBCO message queue service is called tibhost.
  • Queues called inbound, error, notification, and processed are defined.
  • Both user name and password are guest.
  • The connection factory is called tibconnectionfact.

Configuring a JMS Capture Point Application Object (TIBCO example)

  1. On the Options tab, create a section called settings. In this section add the following options:
    • capture-point-type=jms
    • inbound-queue-name=inbound (the same as the queue name)
    • 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
    • password=guest
    • jms-connection-factory-lookup-name=tibconnectionfact (the name of the connection factory on TIBCO)
    • jms-initial-context-factory=com.tibco.tibjms.naming.TibjmsInitialContextFactory
    • jms-provider-url=tibjmsnaming://tibhost:7222
  2. (Optional) In case the lookup of the Connection Factory over JNDI on Tibco EMS is protected by simple authentication, do these additional steps. In the Options tab, create a section called jms-additional-context-attributes. In this section add the following options:
    • java.naming.security.principal=<username> // JNDI user
    • java.naming.security.credentials=<password> // JNDI password
    • java.naming.security.authentication=simple
      <username> and <password> are the credentials used to authenticate on the JNDI server and may be different from those used to authenticate the connection to the JMS objects.
  3. On the Connections tab, add the Interaction Server that will use this JMS Message queue.

Next Steps

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