This SupportPac provides a command line utility for creating WebSphere Message Broker message models that describe formatted text messages.
This SupportPac provides a utility called mqsicreatemsgdefsfromtds for creating WebSphere Message Broker message models that describe formatted text messages. You describe the formatted text message using a simple XML syntax that allows the specification of complex types and elements and their associated MRM Tagged/Delimited String (TDS) format physical properties.
The mqsicreatemsgdefsfromtds utility is a WebSphere Message Brokers Toolkit V6 or V6.1 eclipse plug-in similar in operation to mqsicreatemsgdefs. The utility reads the XML syntax and creates an MRM message definition file with populated Tagged/Delimited String (TDS) format properties. You can use an existing message set or ask the utility to create one for you. An XML Schema is provided that defines the XML syntax, along with sample XML syntax files.
You have formatted text messages that you need to model using MRM TDS. The utility saves having to create the model manually using the message definition editor.
Author: Steve Hanson, WebSphere Message Broker Development, Hursley
Last updated: 18Dec07
Current Version: 3.0
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This SupportPac requires:
· WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit V6 Fix Pack 1 for Windows
· WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit V6.1
Knowledge of XML
To install the SupportPac:
• Download ia7d_6.0.zip / ia7d_6.1.zip into a temporary directory.
• Uncompress using InfoZip's Unzip. This will create the necessary files, after which you may delete ia7d_6.0.zip / ia7d_6.1.zip
Follow the installation instructions provided in the ia7d.pdf document
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