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Step 3. Configure PathWAI Editor

Step 3. Configure PathWAI Editor

In this step you verify information about the local messaging environment and set server configuration options.

In the dialog PathWAI Editor for Messages Configuration dialog you will:

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

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

  • Set security options for the PathWAI Editor server

  • Specify the server’s port number

You can reconfigure these settings at any time using the configuration tool described in the PathWAI Editor for Messages User’s Guide.

Follow these steps:

  • 1.

    In the Java installation path field, verify the pathname of your local JRE installation.

  • 2.

    Select the messaging environment (MQSeries, JMS, or both) and verify the pathname(s) of the messaging software installation(s).

3. Optionally, set the security option described below. You may optionally enable either or both of the security options shown in this dialog.

Enable UserID/ Password validation?

The user must provide a valid user ID and password to log on to PathWAI Editor.

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

5. Click Save to continue.

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PathWAI Editor for Messages Installation Guide

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