|Creating Internal JMS Connections|
|Externalizing Internal JMS Connections|
|Exporting Internal JMS Connections|
An Internal JMS Connection is a JMS Connection being a part of a graph. The Internal JMS Connection is contained in the graph and can be seen in its source tab.
The Internal JMS connection is created in the Outline pane.
Right click thegroup or any connection item.
The Edit JMS connection wizard opens. Here, you can define the JMS connection. Both the wizard and the instructions on setting up the connection are described in Edit JMS Connection Wizard.
Any existing Internal JMS Connection can be converted (externalized) to the External JMS Connection. This gives you the ability to use the same JMS connection across multiple graphs.
Right-click an internal connection item in the Outline pane and select Externalize connection from the context menu.
A new wizard will be opened.
The wizard offers location for the new external (shared) connection configuration
conn directory of your project and file name for external JMS Connection.
If a file with the connection file name already exists, you can change the
suggested name of the connection configuration file.
Finish the wizard by clicking thebutton.
A new configuration file appears in the
subfolder of the project (visible in the
Internal connection item in the Outline pane
is converted to link to the newly created external (shared) connection.
You can even externalize multiple internal connection items at once.
Choose JMS Connections to be externalized in the Outline pane.
Right-click and select Externalize connection from the context menu.
A new wizard will be opened.
The wizard offers the
folder of your project as the location for the first
of the selected internal connection items.
Click thebutton to continue.
The same wizard will be opened for each of the selected connection items until all selected connections are externalized. The wizard works in the same way as when externalizing a single connection.
To choose adjacent connection items press Shift and move the Down Cursor or the Up Cursor key.
To choose non-adjacent items, use Ctrl+ at each of the desired connection items instead.
The same approach is valid for both database and JMS connections.
This case is somewhat similar to that of externalizing an internal JMS connection. But, while you create a connection configuration file that is outside the graph in the same way as externalizing, the file is not linked to the original graph. Only the connection configuration file is being created.
You can use such a file for more graphs as an external (shared) connection configuration file as mentioned in the previous sections.
Choose JMS Connection in Outline.
Right-click and choose Export connection.
Use the wizard in the same way as in case of externalization of JMS connection.
After the export of JMS Connection the Outline pane connection
folder remains the same.
The newly created connection configuration file appears in the
directory in the Navigator pane.
Exporting multiple selected internal JMS connections is analogous to externalizing multiple JMS connections described in the previous section.