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From Christian Posta <christian.po...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Wire Tap - MQ -> should I 'break' the MQ ?
Date Mon, 14 Oct 2013 16:37:19 GMT
If I understand what you're trying to do:

Messages on MQ are flowing from A ---> B queues, eg:

from("jms:A").to("jms:B")

And you want to be able to wire tap the exchange between A and B without
disrupting the flow and put that message into an exchange.

from("jms:A").wireTap("direct:audit").to("jms:B")

from("direct:audit").to("sql:insert into audit values (#)")


On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 9:21 AM, paddy <gvpaddy@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hello,I am new to Wire Tap and a novice on MQ technology.I have a stack of
> applications on different platforms (such as Siebel-CRM interfacing with a
> Clarify application, etc).. The interfaces between those applications are
> through MQ.I am looking into Wire Tap as tool to achieve following
> objectives, between say for e.g. application A and application B:1. To take
> a copy of the message in the MQ interface between A and B, and push it to a
> repository for future use AND allow the original message to go from A to
> B.2. Whenever required, to PUSH a message into this MQ so that it reaches
> the destination application B, without need for invoking the message from
> application A (basically stubbing application A)My question is - to achieve
> the above objectives, a) can Wire Tap do this without 'breaking' the MQ -
> meaning without changing the existing MQ interface/configuration ?b) OR,
> will it require re-designing the existing MQ to configure it for
> application
> A to interface to WireTap and in turn WireTap to interface with application
> B ?Thanks in advance.Paddy
>
>
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