Monday Dec 05, 2011

Connecting Java CAPS JMS To SOA Suite

Following a number of recent requests about connecting SOA Suite to existing SeeBeyond / Sun JMS I decided to put together this quick blog entry that describes the simple configuration required to successfully achieve this. The entry is based on a short document I originally wrote that described alternative connection options but JMS seems to be the most popular.

The key to connecting SOA Suite to STCMS (SeeBeyond JMS) is collecting the correct information about your JMS Instance and tracking down the appropriate jar file. This blog assumes the reader is running Java CAPS, but the concepts are the same for ICAN and e*Gate, and we will be simply using a Mediator to write a message to a JMS Queue.

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Tuesday Dec 16, 2008

Java CAPS Tip : Running STCMS Standalone

With my previous blob entries I have discussed and documented how to run your Java CAPS (5.1.3) applications on both the SJSAS 8.2 & 9.1 and the Glassfish V2 application servers. Given this you may well want to switch the JMS you use but this may not be the case. Alternatively you may want to continue running the STCMS Message Server and by default to do this you will need to install and start a normal Logical Host. You may consider that this is an unnecessary overhead just to run the STCMS component. This blog therefore simply documents the process of running the STCMS in a standalone environment outside the confines of a Logical Host installation.[Read More]
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