PasswordSync and the JMS Listener can be configured to use administered objects stored in a file. If you are not storing administered objects on an LDAP server (Storing Administered Objects in an LDAP Directory), follow the instructions in this section.
Open the Message Queue command-line tool (imqobjmgr) and type the commands in Storing Connection Factory Objects to store connection factory objects and specify a lookup name.
#> ./imqobjmgr add -l "mytestFactory" -j "java.naming.factory.initial= com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory" -j "java.naming.provider.url=file:///home/gael/tmp" -t qf -o "imqAddressList=mq://gwenig.coopsrc.com:7676/jms" Adding a Queue Connection Factory object with the following attributes: imqAckOnAcknowledge [Message Service Acknowledgement of Client Acknowledgements] ... imqSetJMSXUserID [Enable JMSXUserID Message Property] false Using the following lookup name: mytestFactory The object’s read-only state: false To the object store specified by: java.naming.factory.initial com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory java.naming.provider.url file:///home/gael/tmp Object successfully added. To specify a destination: #> ./imqobjmgr add -l "mytestQueue" -j "java.naming.factory.initial=com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory" -j "java.naming.provider.url=file:///home/gael/tmp" -t q -o "imqDestinationName=myTestQueue" Adding a Queue object with the following attributes: imqDestinationDescription [Destination Description] A Description for the Destination Object imqDestinationName [Destination Name] myTestQueue Using the following lookup name: mytestQueue The object’s read-only state: false To the object store specified by: java.naming.factory.initial com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory java.naming.provider.url file:///home/gael/tmp Object successfully added.
By default, the Message Queue broker allows auto-creation of the queue destination (see config.properties, where the default value for imq.autocreate.queue is true).
If the queue destination is not created automatically, you must create the destination object on the broker using the command shown in Creating the Destination on the Broker (where myTestQueue is the destination).
name (Queue name): #> cd /opt/sun/mq/bin #>./imqcmd create dst -t q -n mytestQueue Username: <admin> Password: <admin> Creating a destination with the following attributes: Destination Name mytestQueue Destination Type Queue On the broker specified by: ------------------------- Host Primary Port ------------------------- localhost 7676 Successfully created the destination.
You can store administered objects in a directory or in a file:
In a directory: Using a directory is a centralized way of storing the Connection Factory and the Destination objects.
When you use a directory, these administered objects are stored as directory entries.
If the Waveset PasswordSync servlet and the Waveset server are not on the same machine, then each of them must be able to access the .bindings file. You can repeat the administered object creation twice (on each machine) or you can copy the .bindings file to the proper location on each machine.
In a file: If the Waveset PasswordSync servlet and Waveset server are both running on the same server (or if you do not have a directory available), you can store the administrative objects in a file.
When you use a file, both administered objects are stored in a single file (called .bindings on both Windows and UNIX), under the directory you specified for the java.naming.provider.url (for example, file:///c:/temp on Windows or file:///tmp on UNIX).