Topic:   Can you publish a document to Broker without using webMethods Integration Server
Jul 21, 2014 01:24 8 Replies 728 Views Drectole
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    Drectole

    An interesting question that I came across.. Can you publish a document to Broker without using Integration Server ? How do we do it ?
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    Pavan

    IBM Rational Integration Tester

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    Drectole

    Can you elaborate ??

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    Neelima

    Never tried , hence theoretical answer , you probably can use the JAVA API for Broker to do this using Core Java ..

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    Drectole

    I'm of the same opinion, however, any other option can we think of ? May any component / feature in 9.X provide has this possibility ?

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    Neelima

    I think the question is quite broad , there can definitely be other ways , depending what you are doing , for example if you are using JMS , you can directly publish a JMS message to broker from MQ or any other system that operates on JMS , like wise you can directly insert a document to the broker client using MWS .

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    Drectole

    'll have to explore above further.. Thanks for your attempt..!

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    Nancy

    webMethods Broker native API or JNDI API can be used in c# or java to send messages to wM broker who can act as JMS provider

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