The CBE handler converts the WDI events to CBE messages and sends them to another external queue, where they can be fetched by other processes, such as monitoring applications.
WebSphere Data Interchange - Common Base Event Handler for Common Event Handling
• Business Process Integration with WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Business Monitor
Integration with WebSphere Business Monitor enables you to monitor B2B processes in real-time, providing a visual display of business process status. WebSphere Business Monitor alerts and notifies key users to facilitate continuous improvement of your B2B processes.
• System Management Integration with IBM Tivoli Monitoring V6
Using the “Common Base Event (CBE) Data Provider (DP) for the ITM V6 Universal Agent” the events generated by WebSphere Data Interchange can be collected by the Universal Agent. Once the data has been collected by the Universal Agent, it is easy to modify the default queries and Views to create Workspaces that contain information customized to fulfil a particular user need.
New in this Release
• Tested with WebSphere MQ V7.
• Tested with IBM JRE 1.5.0 and IBM JRE 1.6.0.
• Minor code changes
Author: Arjan van Vught, Software Services for WebSphere Software Group
Last updated: 24Mar09
Current SupportPac Version: 1.2
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The CBE plug-in handler requires the additional jars from the sites listed below:
hlcore.jar - Common Base Event's Hyades Logging Core dependency
hlcbe101.jar - Common Base Event implementation
ecore.jar - Common Base Event's Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) dependency
common.jar - Common Base Event's Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) dependency
log4j-1.2.12.tar – Logging Services
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