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Step 3. Configure PathWAI Editor

Step 3. Configure PathWAI Editor

In this step you will configure PathWAI Editor. Using the PathWAI Editor for Messages Configuration dialog, you will:

  • Specify the location of the local Java run-time libraries

  • Identify the messaging environment (WebSphere MQ, JMS, or both) and specify the location of the messaging software and queue managers (WebSphere MQ) and/or Java class path (JMS)

  • Set security options for the PathWAI Editor server

  • Specify the server’s port number

  • Identify the directory or file where the repository of message format and filter definitions should be housed

You can reconfigure these settings at any time using the PathWAI Editor c o n f i g u r a t i o n t o o l , a s d e s c r i b e d i n t h e P a t h W A I E d i t o r f o r M e s s a g e s U s e r Guide. s

Follow these steps:

1. In the Java Version field, verify the version number your local JRE installation.

  • 2.

    Select the messaging environment (WebSphere MQ, JMS, or both).

  • 3.

    For WebSphere MQ, verify the pathname of the installation directory and the location of the queue managers. For JMS, specify the location of the Java classes for the implementation.

  • 4.

    Optionally, set the security option described below.

Enable UserID/ Password validation

The user must provide a valid Windows user ID and password to use PathWAI Editor.

  • 5.

    In the MsgEdit server port number field, specify the TCP/IP listening port that you want to assign to the PathWAI Editor server.

  • 6.

    Specify whether an LDAP Directory or a file will house the repository containing message format and message filter definitions used by PathWAI Editor will be housed.

Installation Steps on Windows


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