Configuring new MQ connection factories using scripting

Use scripting to configure a new MQ connection factory.

 

Before you begin

Before starting this task, the wsadmin tool must be running. See the Starting the wsadmin scripting client article for more information.

 

About this task

Perform the following steps to configure a new MQ connection factory:

 

Procedure

  1. Identify the parent ID:

    • Using Jacl:

      set newjmsp [$AdminConfig getid /Cell:mycell/Node:mynode/JMSProvider:WebSphere MQ JMS Provider/]
      

    • Using Jython

      newjmsp = AdminConfig.getid('/Cell:mycell/Node:myNode/JMSProvider:WebSphere MQ JMS Provider')
      print newjmsp
      

    Example output:

    WebSphere MQ JMS Provider(cells/mycell/nodes/mynode|resources.xml#builtin_mqprovider)
    

  2. Get required attributes:

    • Using Jacl:

      $AdminConfig required MQConnectionFactory
      

    • Using Jython

      print AdminConfig.required('MQConnectionFactory')
      

    Example output:

    ttribute       Type
    name                   String
    jndiName                String
    connectionPool        ConnectionPool
    

  3. Set up required attributes:

    • Using Jacl:

      set name [list name MQCF]
      set jndi [list jndiName jms/MQCF]
      set mqcfAttrs [list $name $jndi]
      

      Example output:

      {name MQCF} {jndiName jms/MQCF}
      

    • Using Jython

      name = ['name', 'MQCF']
      jndi = ['jndiName', 'jms/MQCF']
      mqcfAttrs = [name, jndi]
      print mqcfAttrs
      

      Example output:

      [[name, MQCF], [jndiName, jms/MQCF]]
      

  4. Set up a template:

    • Using Jacl:

      set template [lindex [$AdminConfig listTemplates MQConnectionFactory] 0]
      

    • Using Jython

      import java
      lineseparator = java.lang.System.getProperty('line.separator')
      template = AdminConfig.listTemplates('MQConnectionFactory').split(lineseparator)[0]
      print template 
      

    Example output:

    Example non-XA WMQ ConnectionFactory(templates/
    system:JMS-resource-provider-templates.xml
    #MQConnectionFactory_3)
    
    

  5. Create MQ connection factory:

    • Using Jacl:

      $AdminConfig createUsingTemplate MQConnectionFactory 
      $newjmsp $mqcfAttrs $template
      

    • Using Jython

      print AdminConfig.createUsingTemplate('MQConnectionFactory', 
      newjmsp, mqcfAttrs, template)
      

    Example output:

    MQCF(cells/mycell/nodes/mynode:resources.xml#MQConnectionFactory_1)
    

  6. Save the configuration changes. See the Saving configuration changes with the wsadmin tool article for more information.

  7. In a network deployment environment only, synchronize the node. See the Synchronizing nodes with the wsadmin tool article for more information.


Related tasks
Using the AdminConfig object for scripted administration Related reference
Commands for the AdminConfig object

 



 

 

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