7 Running the R00460 Subsystem for WebSphere MQ for Z Events Only: Step 6

The R00460 subsystem monitors the IBM WebSphere MQ queues for messages and manages Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne side of the queues. After the R00460 subsystem is started, you can verify that the subsystem is running. You can also review the job record for the subsystem. After the records have been processed, you must manually terminate the subsystem job.

Caution:

After the records have been processed, instead of ending the job, subsystem jobs look for new data in the data queue. Subsystem jobs run until you terminate them.

7.1 Starting the R00460 Subsystem

The R00460 subsystem must be manually started. Usually the system administrator or manager-level user is responsible for this task.

To start the R00460 subsystem:

From the Navigator, select EnterpriseOne Menus > EnterpriseOne Life Cycle Tools > Report Management > Batch Versions.

An alternate way to access the Batch Versions form is to type BV in the Fast Path.

  1. On Work With Batch Versions - Available Versions, type R00460 in the Batch Application field, and then click Find.

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  2. Select version XJDE0001, and then click Select.

  3. On Version Prompting, click Submit.

  4. On Report Output Destination, select the destination option for your report, and then click OK.

7.2 Viewing Subsystems Running on a Server

You use Work With Servers to determine which subsystems are currently running or waiting on a particular server. The running subsystems are identified by report number and version.

To view subsystems running or waiting on a server:

From the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Navigator, select EnterpriseOne Menus, EnterpriseOne Life Cycle Tools > System Administration Tools > Data Source Management > Work With Servers. On the Submitted Job Search form, select Advanced from the form menu.

  1. On Work With Servers, click Find to locate all servers or use the query by example row to locate a specific server.

  2. Select the server with which you want to work.

  3. From the Row menu, select Subsystem Jobs.

  4. On Work With Server Jobs, click one of the following options:

    • Processes

      A process is a subsystem that is waiting for work. This is identified by an S (subsystem job) value in the Job Type field.

    • Waiting Jobs

      Waiting jobs are report jobs that are queued for a subsystem. This is identified by an R (subsystem record) value in the Job Type field.

All currently running JD Edwards EnterpriseOne subsystems are displayed. The status of each subsystem is shown by codes in the following fields:

  • Job Type

    This field indicates whether the status is a subsystem record or a subsystem job. Valid values are:

    • R or subsystem record

    • S or subsystem job

  • Job Status

    • W - subsystem record waiting

    • P - subsystem record processing

    • E - subsystem record to end the job

    • R - subsystem job running

7.3 Terminating Subsystems

You must manually terminate subsystem jobs. Two methods of termination are available:

  • Stopping a subsystem job causes it to terminate after it finishes processing the current record. Additional unprocessed records in the F986113 table will not be processed, and no new records can be written. Essentially the unprocessed records will be lost; that is, the process that initiated the record is not notified that the record was not processed.

  • Ending a subsystem job causes it to terminate after processing all of the existing subsystem records. No new records can be written to the F986113 table.

To stop subsystems:

From the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Navigator, select EnterpriseOne Menus, EnterpriseOne Life Cycle Tools > System Administration Tools > Data Source Management > Work With Servers. On the Submitted Job Search form, select Advanced from the form menu.

  1. On Work With Servers, click Find.

  2. Select the server in the detail area, and then select Subsystem Jobs from the Row menu.

  3. On Work With Subsystems, locate a running subsystem.

  4. Select the running subsystem that you want to stop, and then select Stop Subsystem from the Row menu.

  5. On End Subsystem Job, click OK.

To end subsystems:

From the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Navigator, select EnterpriseOne Menus, EnterpriseOne Life Cycle Tools > System Administration Tools > Data Source Management > Work With Servers. On the Submitted Job Search form, select Advanced from the form menu.

  1. On Work with Servers, click Find.

  2. Select the server in the detail area, and then select Subsystem Jobs from the Row menu.

  3. On Work With Subsystems, locate a running subsystem.

  4. Select the running subsystem that you want to end, and then select End Subsystem Job from the Row menu.

  5. On End Subsystem Job, click OK.

7.4 Verifying Event Delivery

Once finished with the installation, you should verify the event delivery. Use the IBM WebSphere MQ Explorer to select the queue that you created to received JD Edwards EnterpriseOne events. Right-click the queue and select Browse Messages to display the messages.

See "Verifying Event Delivery" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Interoperability Guide.