Connection definitions - JMS WebSphere MQ

Overview

Used to create, update, delete and browse JMS WebSphere MQ connection definitions.

A definition is a template off of which a concrete connection, either channel or an outgoing one, is created. Merely creating a definition doesn’t start a connection to a queue manager.

One definition can serve to create multiple channels or outgoing connections.

Only JMS connections are supported - it’s not possible to send or receive plain MQ messages.

The JMS support is completely transparent - from a Java application’s point of view Zato will seem to be a Java application as well.

Note

Before connecting to queue managers, PyMQI needs to be enabled first.

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Create and Edit

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Header Notes
Name Definition’s name
Host Queue manager’s host
Port Queue manager’s listener’s port
Queue manager Queue manager’s name
Channel Name of SVRCONN channel to connect through
Cache open send queues If queues open for sending should be cached for a later use, or should they be open for each MQPUT operation
Cache open receive queues (Currently unused and should be set to True)
Use shared connections Queue managers running on z/OS mainframe don’t support shared client connections - untick this option if a queue manager is on z/OS
Use SSL Whether the connection should use SSL/TLS
SSL cipher spec If connecting with SSL, a cipher spec to use (not cipher suite)
SSL key repository If connecting with SSL, a path to an SSL key repository, the type of which must be CMS (not JKS)
Needs MCD folder Set to True for MQ 6.0 or older
Max characters printed When running in DEBUG mode, how many characters of messages passing through to write out to logs

Delete

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Deletes a JMS WebSphere MQ definition and all the connections that make use of it.

Note

It needs to be emphasized that any channels or outgoing connections that were using the definition will also be deleted automatically.

Changelog

Version Notes
1.0 Added initially