Demonstrate the steps to develop and test a Message Driven Bean (MDB) using Rational Application Developer (RAD) 7.5 and WebSphere Application Server V7, while using WebSphere MQ V7 as Java ™ Messaging Service (JMS) Provider.
The document is provided in the attached file: Developing_and_testing_MDB_on_RAD7.pdf
This demonstrates the steps required to develop and test a Message Driven Bean (MDB) using Rational Application Developer (RAD) 7.5 and WebSphere Application Server V7, while using WebSphere MQ V7 as the Java Messaging Service (JMS) Provider.
The testing scenario shows how the Listener Port for WebSphere Application Server gets a message from an MQ Queue (Point to Point) and passes it to the MDB, which displays the contents of the text message. This MDB is a simple but functional application.
The following file (available with this techdoc) includes the MDB as it was developed, tested and exported as described in this document:
EAR file with MDB: SampleMDBEJB.ear
The document is provided in the attached file: Developing_and_testing_MDB_on_RAD7.doc
This document shows all the screen shots needed for beginners.
This document has the following chapters:
1: RAD 7.5 development of the MDB
2: RAD 7.5 testing of the MDB using WebSphere Application Server 7
It is necessary to configure MQ and WebSphere Application Server with the objects that are used in this scenario. Consult the following techdoc for details:
Using WebSphere MQ V7 as JMS Provider for WebSphere Application Server V7, V8.0 and V8.5
Chapter 1: MQ V7 configuration: queue and topic
Chapter 2: WebSphere Application Server V7 configuration: JNDI objects
The following software was used:
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 9:
- Rational Application Developer 7.5
- WebSphere Application Server 126.96.36.199
- WebSphere MQ 188.8.131.52
- Firefox (also known as Mozilla)
The following files are included as attachments to this techdoc:
- EAR file with MDB: SampleMDBEJB.ear
- Text file with code excerpt: onMessage.txt
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