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WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker and high availability environments

Project architects need to consider the importance of how to include WebSphere® Business Integration Message Broker in a highly available configuration. This article describes how to achieve high availability through a combination of application design and use of software-based clustering of queue managers using MQ clustering and machine clustering provided at the hardware level. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0403_humphreys/0403_humphreys.html

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File handling in WebSphere Message Broker

This is a great article if you are working with File Input Node or File Output Node and need to do Tracking, Compute and Transformation Extender actions in processing your files. The articles describes how to handle different types of files: Large file handling Batch processing Stream parsing See the link below for more information […]

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WTX Map Node – Message Broker

If you have created a WTX transformation map and would like to call it as part of your message flow you will have to install Webphere Transformation Extender for Integration Server. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wtxdoc/v8r3m0/index.jsp It provides installation and integration support when combining WebSphere Transformation Extender with additional IBM products. It includesWebSphere Transformation Extender components that are ready to deploy in […]

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Invoke an Web Service from Websphere Message Broker

Step 1: Create your Java Bean that runs on Websphere Application Server. Step 2: Create a Web Service for the Bean using the bottom-up or top-down approach in Rational Application Developer. Step 3: Create the business flow in Websphere Message Broker. Step 4: Testing your Web Service Flow Putting a Test Message on your Input […]

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Integrating Websphere Datapower, Message Broker, MQ and Transformation Extender

How to integrate Websphere datapower XI50 with Websphere Message Broker and MQ in one flow. Firstly, create a new project in Message Broker. Add 3 Nodes: 1. An MQInput Node 2. An MQOutput Node 3. And a HTTP Request Node Connect the 3 nodes to look like the following flow below: For the MQInput and […]

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