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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » Context-Sensitive Help » QAnywhere Plug-in help » QAnywhere plug-in properties windows

 

Connector Properties window: JMS tab

This tab has the following components:

Receiver destination   Enter the queue name used by the connector to listen for messages from JMS targeted for QAnywhere clients. This sets the xjms.receiveDestination property.

JNDI factory   Shows the factory name used to access the external JMS JNDI name service. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.jndi.factory property.

URL   Shows the URL to access the JMS JNDI name service. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.jndi.url property.

User name   Shows the authentication name to connect to the external JMS JNDI name service. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.jndi.authName property.

Password   Shows the authentication password to connect to the external JMS JNDI name service. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.jndi.password.e property.

Queue factory   Shows the external JMS provider queue factory name. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.queueFactory property.

User name   Shows the user ID used to connect to the external JMS queue connection. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.queueConnectionAuthName property.

Password   Shows the password to connect to the external JMS queue connection. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.queueConnectionPassword.e property.

Topic factory   Shows the external JMS provider topic factory name. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.topicFactory property.

User name   Shows the user name used to connect to the external JMS topic connection. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.topicConnectionAuthName property.

Password   Shows the password to connect to the external JMS topic connection. You can edit this field. This sets the xjms.topicConnectionPassword.e property.

Dead message destination   Shows the address that a message is sent to when it cannot be processed. Enter the queue name to be used for dead messages.

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