Enables users to implement the functionality of the WebSphere Message Broker HTTP listener in an external Servlet Container
This SupportPac enables WebSphere Message Broker (WMB) users to implement the functionality of the WMB broker HTTP listener in an external Servlet Container (for example, WAS or TOMCAT).
If the Servlet Container supports HTTPS then the WMB V6 or WMB V6.1 broker will be able to receive HTTP requests over HTTPS(SSL).
Note: The new SOAP nodes in WMB V6.1 are not supported by this SupportPac.
This SupportPac has the following use:
To implement multiple HTTP (or HTTPS) listeners associated to one broker for the HTTP nodes, removing a possible single point of failure and to enable large numbers of concurrent HTTP connections.
Skill Level Required
User of this SupportPac should have a good understanding of WMB V6 or WMB V6.1, HTTP nodes, Web Services and installation/configuration of Java Servlets on a Web Container.
New in this Release
• IC68185: Servlet exceptions when deploying IE01 to WAS 5 or other Java 1.4 based servlet container.
Author: Vicente Suarez, EMEA WebSphere Lab Services, Hursley
Initial Release: 11Apr05
Last updated: 24May10
Current Version: 2.4
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|This SupportPac requires the following:
• Java SDK V1.4.1 or later
• WMB V6.0 (GA) or later
• WMB V6.1 (GA) or later
• WMQ V6.0 (GA) or later
To install the SupportPac:
1. In Windows, copy the ie01.zip file to a temporary directory of choice.
2. Uncompress using "unzip".
3. Install the "IE01.war" in the Servlet container of choice.
4. Follow the instructions in the User Guide to complete installation and details on usage.
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Category 3 WebSphere MQ (MQSeries) SupportPacs are supplied under the standard terms and conditions provided by the International Program License Agreement (IPLA) and thus, carry program defect service.
If you encounter what you believe to be a defect with the SupportPac you may request Program Services, by reporting the problem via the same defect reporting channel you use for the WebSphere MQ or WebSphere Business Integration product/s with which you are using the SupportPac. These products must themselves have service support.
Please read the license file that accompanies it, to determine if you want to use it. No proof of Entitlement or License Information is required to use this SupportPac.
Service is available for this SupportPac for as long as the WebSphere MQ or WebSphere Business Integration product(s) specified as pre-requisites have service support.