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Configuring Credentials in JMS
JMS-related credentials (those listed in the JMS credential specification) are passed in through a Siebel application-defined configuration mechanism. For configuring JMS-related credentials, see Configuring the JMS Transport.
JMS Password Encryption
When passwords are provided through service input properties (ConnectionPassword, SendPassword, ReceivePassword, or TopicPassword), they are encrypted manually using the Siebel encryptstring utility. The EAI JMS Transport business service will try to decrypt the password before using it. Passwords supplied using the name server have already been encrypted by the server manager, thus you do not need to encrypt it again with encryptstring.
The encryptstring utility is located in the BIN directory of your installation of the Siebel Web Server Extension plug-in.