3 Configuring the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Server jde.ini File for Z Events Only: Step 2

Note:

Make sure that Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne services are stopped until after you make the requisite changes to the jde.ini file on the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server.

Be sure to restart the ICI machine after the IBM WebSphere MQ installation in order to set the system environment variables.

This table shows the settings for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne server jde.ini file:

Parameter Description
[SECURITY]

User=JDE

Password=JDE

You must have these values set in order for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to accept messages.
[JDENET_KERNEL_DEF17] You must update the DEF value to next number. For JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, this value is 17.
krnlName=MQSI Kernel  
dispatchDLLName=mqsadapt.dll  
dispatchDLLFunction=_JDEK_DispatchWebSphere MQProcess@28  
maxNumberOfProcesses=1  
numberOfAutoStartProcesses=1 This value can be set for 1 through n, where n is the number of processes you have defined. When this value is 1 or more, the MQSI kernel automatically starts when JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is initialized. You must use this setting when you use the IBM WebSphere MQ adapter with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

If the value of this setting is 0, the MSMQ kernel does not automatically start upon initialization of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.


Parameter Description
[MQSI] These settings are for the header information on the message that is required for Commerce Integrator.
QMGRName=JDE_QMGR

QInboundName=INBOUND.Q

QErrorName=DEFRES.Q

QOutboundName=OUTBOUND.Q

The name of the queues can be any name but must match the names you specify in the IBM WebSphere MQ queue setup.
TimeoutWaitInterval=15  
MaxBufferLength=100,000 This value is measured in bytes. The maximum value that you can set for the MaxBufferLength setting is 100,000,000. The default value is 100,000. You should not use the maximum value, as this can cause performance issues. You can use the IBM WebSphere MQ tools to determine the average size of a message and then set the MaxBufferLength value based on your needs.
CreateHeader=YES

JDEOrderStatusCode=JDESOOUT

JDECustomerCode=JDEAB

JDEItemPriceCode=JDEPRICE

JDEItemQtyCode=JDEIL

NCOrderStatusCode=JDE.IC.F4201Z1

NCCustomerCode=JDE.IC.F0101Z2

NCProductPriceCode=JDE.IC.F4106NC

NCProductQtyCode=JDE.IC.F41021Z1

If you use the adapter without IBM WebSphere Commerce Integrator, you can specify the create header as equal to No and you should set the IBM WebSphere Commerce Integrator-specific parameter settings in the MQSI section to blank. This includes the four parameters prefixed by JDE and four parameters prefixed by NC.
AppGroup=NNJDE  
OWHostName=host_name You must specify a host name. The name you specify is the machine used to create the net message to trigger the outbound adapter. This is the server on which JD Edwards EnterpriseOne resides.