Wednesday Sep 16, 2009

Running Open MQ with Java CAPS Server and accessing the same in eManager

For running Open MQ as a seperate process and then hooking the same to the Java CAPS and monitor the same in the eManager you need to do the following things:



  • Download the Open MQ for the OS and start the Open MQ. This would start the MQ on the default port 7676.

  • Modify the domain.xml of the Java CAPS installation for the JMS to run as "REMOTE" instead of the default "EMBEDDED". We need to make modification in the following element

  • <jms-service addresslist-behavior="random" addresslist-iterations="3" default-jms-host="default_JMS_host" init-timeout-in-seconds="60" reconnect-attempts="3" reconnect-enabled="true" reconnect-interval-in-seconds="5" type="REMOTE">
            <jms-host admin-password="admin" admin-user-name="admin" host="narayana-rallabandis-macbook.local" name="default_JMS_host" port="7676"/>
          </jms-service>

  • Start the glassfish with Open MQ running as separate process...

  • Start eManager

  • Go to J2EE Section and add the Glassfish domain that is currently running.. You should able to see the Open MQ in the server section.


Hope this helps !!!..


Tuesday Sep 16, 2008

Utilizing 64bit JVMs in Java CAPS Integration Server

A very common error that is observed with Java CAPS Integration
Server is "Out of Memory". What can we do about it?

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I was part of Sun R&D in Java CAPS and later Glassfish ESB. I moved from R&D to Consulting. I am currently working as a Solution Architect in Oracle Consulting Services (India). I was sharing my experience w.r.t. Java CAPS and other technologies during Sun period. Now in Oracle world I share my experiences with Oracle FMW product line as well as other Oracle Technologies and products.

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