External (Shared) JMS Connections
External (shared) JMS connections are connections usable across multiple graphs. The external connections are stored outside the graph and that is why they can be shared.
Creating External (Shared) JMS Connections
To create an external (shared) JMS connection select→ → .
Select→ → item.
The Edit JMS connection wizard opens. See Edit JMS Connection Wizard.
When all properties of the connection has been set, you can validate your connection using thebutton.
Choose the project, its
connsubfolder, choose the name for your external JMS connection file.
Click thebutton to finish the wizard.
Internalizing External (Shared) JMS Connections
Any shared (external) JMS Connection can be internalized (converted to the internal connection). To internalize Exported JMS Connections link the JMS Connection to the graph first.
How to Internalize Exported JMS Connection
Right-click a linked external (shared) connection item in the Outline pane.
Selectfrom the context menu.
The selected JMS Connection in the outline have been converted from external to internal. The file with External JMS Connection stays unaffected.
You can even internalize multiple linked external (shared) connection configuration files at once. To do this, select the desired linked external (shared) connection items in the Outline pane.
You can select adjacent items when you press Shift and then the Down Cursor or the Up Cursor key. If you want to select non-adjacent items, use Ctrl+ at each of the desired items instead.
However, the original external (shared) connection configuration files still remain to exist
conn subfolder (visible in the Project Explorer pane).
The same approach is valid for linking of both the database and JMS connections.