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System requirements for WebSphere Message Broker with Rules and Formatter Extension 7.0 on Solaris SPARC

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Abstract

This document contains the system requirements for WebSphere Message Broker with Rules and Formatter Extension 7.0 on Solaris SPARC.

Content

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Mandatory Requirements
- Message Broker Runtime

Optional Requirements
- Additional applications that can be used/connected
- Embedded application software



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General Information



Mandatory Requirements

Message Broker Runtime Environment
Hardware Requirements Sun Microsystems SPARC processor machines.
Operating Systems
Application Software



Optional Requirements

Embedded application software
Supported Adapters WebSphere Message Broker Version 7.0 supports SAP, Siebel and PeopleSoft WebSphere Adapters Version 7.0; in addition, WebSphere Message Broker Version 7.0.0.2 supports the JDEdwards adapter. For more information about the hardware and software requirements of WebSphere Adapters, see Supported software for IBM WebSphere Adapters and IBM WebSphere Business Integration Adapters.
WebSphere Service Registry & Repository
Notes:
  1. Support is provided when using 6.1 compatibility URLs.
    Documentation for the "compatibility URLs" mentioned can be found at: WebSphere Service Registry and Repository - Web service interface URLs
WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers
WebSphere Application Server
Notes:
  1. This is required when using SOAP nodes with the JMS transport when interfacing with WebSphere Application Server.
WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition
CICS Transaction Server


Additional applications that can be used/connected
Databases


Automatic Client Reroute for DB2 is supported.

Globally coordinated transaction support (‘XA’) is supported.

IBM DB2 Database Server - System i support:
  • This support is subject to the following restrictions:
IBM DB2 Database Server - System z support:
  • Brokers can access DB2 Databases on System z servers via DB2 Connect. Supported versions of DB2 can be found here.
Brokers can access Information Integrator data sources, for user data, on WebSphere Information Integrator V9.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.

Brokers can access, via JDBC only, Information Integrator data sources for user data on WebSphere Information Integrator Classic Federation (IICF) for z/OS, where the WebSphere IICF client code is provided for the Message Broker platform.

Notes:
  1. WebSphere Message Broker 7.0.0.1 or later is required.

Globally coordinated transaction support (‘XA’) is supported.

This support is subject to the following restrictions:

Notes:
  1. WebSphere Message Broker V7.0.0.1 or later is required.
JMS Providers The JMSInput and JMSOutput nodes are compatible with any JMS provider that conforms to the Java Message Service Specification, version 1.1.
JDBC type 4 support For non-XA transactions, you can create a JDBC type 4 connection from a broker to all the database servers that are supported.

For JDBC XA connections, the following restriction applies:
  1. Only DB2 and Oracle are supported.

For JDBC type 4 connections to DB2, the following restriction applies:
  1. You need either DB2 Version 9.1 with Fix Pack 3 or later, or DB2 9.5.

JDBC type 4 drivers are not supplied with WebSphere Message Broker; obtain these files from your database vendor. The following drivers are supported:
Business Process Automation and Monitoring
Security The runtime security manager interacts with the following external security providers:

Notes:
  1. WS-Trust 1.3 compliant Security Token Servers, for valuation and issuance of tokens, are only supported on TFIM 6.2.
System Management
Troubleshooting
Compilers If you develop user-defined extensions in C or Java, you need the appropriate supported software:


Change History

Product Alias/Synonym

WMB MB RFE

Document information

More support for: WebSphere Message Broker with Rules and Formatter Extension

Software version: 7.0

Operating system(s): Solaris

Reference #: 7020519

Modified date: 05 November 2014