A single JMS channel supports both inbound and outbound traffic.
The JMS queue names define whether messages on the queue are inbound
or outbound. The SAP JMS message format is proprietary. To use this channel mechanism,
consult with your SAP Support contact.
- On the Manage Channels screen, select the JMS Connector tab,
and enter values for these parameters:
||Unique name for the channel.
||JMS broker to connect to.
||User name for authentication.
||Valid password for the user name.
||Queue name to look for inbound messages.
||Queue name to look for outbound messages.
||To activate the channel, select the check box; to deactivate, unselect
the check box.
Note Adding, deleting, or modifying a channel requires
that you restart all active channels, which impacts all running applications in all
workspaces. In addition, when you switch a channel from “active” to “not active,”
the channel is detached from its workspaces during the restart process, leaving
these workspaces without an outbound channel.
- To restart channels, select .