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Developing Java CAPS Projects

Connecting to a Repository

To Connect to a Repository

Creating a Repository-Based Project

To Create a Top-level Repository-Based Project

Opening a Repository-Based Project

To Open a Top-level Repository-Based Project

Adding and Connecting Project Components

Project Nesting

Using the Connectivity Map Editor

Linking Services and Destinations

To Link Services and Destinations

Adding and Setting Up Schedulers

To Add a Scheduler to the Project

To Configure the Schedule

To Configure the Time Zone

Project Context Menu

Project Component Context Menu

Connectivity Map Editor Toolbar

Project Component Overview

Project Components

External Applications


Message Destinations



Mapping Entities

Business Processes


Message Destinations

External Applications

Web Service Applications

Web Connectors

WLM Connectors

Collaboration Definitions

Object Type Definitions

Web Service Definitions

XML Schema Definitions

Constants and Variables

Connectivity Maps

Deployment Profiles


Message Destinations

A message destination is a container for stored data, and can follow either the JMS topic or JMS queue model.

You can add a message destination to a Project by selecting the New > Queue or New > Topic option from the Project context menu under the Projectswindow. You can also drag a Queue or Topic icon from the Connectivity Map toolbar onto the canvas. Clicking the Generate Connectivity Map icon then adds the component to the Project in the Repository. See also Connectivity Maps.

Right-clicking the queue or topic under the Projects window displays its context menu. See Project Component Context Menu for a list of menu options.

As with other Project components, message destination names can contain alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers), dashes, and underscores. The following special characters also can be used in message destination names: <, >, &, $, %. Blank spaces are not allowed.