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This section provides several payload and expected-result examples for Loader.

Example 1

Variable Payload Format - Insert

This section describes notable system administration issues related to this new version.

All of the following environment variables are managed within the Administration UI .  These variables are stored persistently in the "TERAJMS_VARIABLES" table.  This table will reside in the default database specified in the default DataSource.  This table does not need to be created manually.

Once the EAR or WAR has been successfully deployed and configured on your Application Server you are now ready to use the TERAJMSA Administration UI. This tool can be used to accomplish various administrative tasks for TERAJMSA. These tasks include 1) Managing services and properties and 2) Managing the Environment Variables

  • Go to the [Tomcat Web Application Manager] – http://<your_server_name>:8080/manager/html

Figure 25:  Tomcat Web Application Manager

  • Start the Visual Administrator for the SAP Application Server.
  • Once you are connected, select the Cluster tab.
  • Expand the server instance.
  • Expand [Services].
  • Click on the [Deploy] service.
  • Start the WebLogic Console.
  • Once you are connected, click on [Deployments] in the left pane.

Figure 10: Deployments

  • Start the WebSphere Console.
  • Once you are connected, expand [Applications] in the left pane.
  • Click on [Install New Application] in the left pane.

The Overview section of this guide will provide a description of all the major components used in this implementation in order to facilitate a complete understanding of this solution. Then, each major component’s step-by-step configuration process will be detailed one by one.

This section describes configuration of the application server.

Message oriented technologies are an essential component of enterprise wide business operations. Messaging products allow heterogeneous applications to inter-operate across an enterprise by providing a form of loosely coupled distributed communication. Java Message Service (JMS) is an integral part of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE). JMS provides a standard interface for Java applications to create, send, receive, and read an enterprise messaging system’s messages.

Does anyone know where I can find the following info related to the JMS Adapter:
- How many customers do we have using it?
- Best practices or lessons learned?

Does anyone use JMS Adapter?