This SupportPac externalises the task of building a valid message structure from the transformation logic of an input message, using the schema description of the output message.
This SupportPac externalises the task of building a valid message structure from the transformation logic of an input message, using the schema description of the output message (an XSD which can be generated automatically by the WebSphere Message Broker toolkit wizard, from an MXSD message descriptor). It Applies to both XML and non-XML output messages
The SupportPac is delivered as a User Defined Node added to the Message Broker Toolkit palette. It supports WebSphere Message Broker V7.0, on all platforms including z/OS.
With this SupportPac, the schema can be used as a template to complete the input message by
• Adding required fields
• Adding default values
Marc Fiammante, DE, Europe SWG Solutions Lead Architect
Pierre Richelle, WebSphere Client Technical Professional
Jochen Benke, ISSW WebSphere BI Services
Daniel Dumas, WebSphere BI Tiger Team
Current SupportPac Version: 1.0
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WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit V7.0
Unzip the .zip file to a temporary directory. This temporary directory will now contain subdirectories called License and Install in addition to the .pdf file with the IAM6 General Information and Installation Guide documentation.
For the Toolkit:
1. Copy the .jar file that is contained in the Install/Toolkit subdirectory to the Plugins directory that is part of your WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit installation.
By default, this will be the directory: <Toolkit_RootInstallDirectory>/plugins on the Windows or Linux workstation where the WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit is installed.
2. Read the documentation file to understand how to use the MbTreeBuilder User Defined Node
For the Message Broker runtime:
To install runtime files on the broker:
1. Stop the broker on which you want to install the MbTreeBuilder node runtime.
2. Create a directory that will contain the jar file used for new user-defined nodes if you do not already have one for this purpose. We will refer to that directory as “lilDirectory”
3. Add the directory to the LILPATH by using the mqsichangebroker command:
mqsichangebroker <BrokerName> -l <lilDirectory>
4. Copy the jar file “MbTreeBuilderImpl.jar” from the Install/Runtime subdirectory to the lilDirectory.
5. Copy the remaining jar files from the Install/Runtime subdirectory to the broker “shared-classes” directory. This directory is located under the broker work path directory that can be identified by using the command “mqsireportbroker <BrokerName>”.
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