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  • Connecting TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks? and openMQ

    Manoj Chaurasia

    Table of Contents

    Configure openMQ:

    1. Add a Broker with port 7676 for example and connect to it
    2. Add a Queue ?GenericQueue?
    3. Add a ObjectStore ?MyObjectStore?
    4. Add two properties in your objectStore:
      • java.naming.provider.url=file:///c:/linck to folder (this folder will contain your .bindings)
      • java.naming.factory.initial=com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory
    5. Add a ConnectionFactory:
      • name ?MyQueueConnectionFactory?
      • type ConnectionFactory
    6. Set Port to 7676 on tab ?ConnectionHandling?

    Configure TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks? and TIBCO Designer?:

    1. Edit tibco\bw\5.3\bin\bwengine.traso that tibco.env.CUSTOM_EXT_APPEND_CP includes C:/ MessageQueue4_5/mq/lib (be careful to use ?/? and not ?\?)
    2. Edittibco\designer\5.3\bin\designer.tra so that tibco.env.CUSTOM_CP_EXT includes:/ MessageQueue4_5/mq/lib (be careful to use ?/? and not ?\?)
    3. In the Designer project for JMSConnection, set:
      • JNDI Context Factory: com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory
      • JNDI Context URL: file:/C:/ JNDI-Directory (the folder containing.bindings)

    In Advanced :

    • Queue Connection Factory: MyQueueConnectionFactory
    • Test your connection

    Hope this can help you.

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