In this article, you will learn how to deploy Messaging Configurations to Integration Server on Cloud Container.
- Deploy Universal Messaging Assets i.e. JNDI Connection Factory and JNDI Destinations-webMethods Cloud Container-Deploying UM Assets.
- Deploy Integration Server Messaging Configurations i.e. JNDI Provider Alias and JMS Connection Alias.
Deploy Integration Server Messaging Configurations i.e. JNDI Provider Alias and JMS Connection Alias
We already have a JNDI Provider Alias Under Settings->Messaging->JNDI Settings on Integration Server. This Alias points to our On-Premise Universal Messaging Server and UM Assets details are provided when we did a Test Lookup.
We already have a JMS Connection Alias Under Settings->Messaging->JMS Settings->JMS Connection Alias on Integration Server. This Alias points to our previously created JNDI Provider Alias and Universal Messaging Connection Factory.
In Designer go to Windows->Show View->Other-> Software AG Command Central-> Landscape Navigator. You will see your Already connected Command Central.
Right Click IS node and Select “Export Configurations”.
Create a Project and Provide an Alias name. Also, make sure to select Format as YAML Source.
Click Next and Select Assets to be deployed.
Project Explorer view will get open and You can see the created Project.
Right Click Project and select “Deploy Configurations to Cloud”.
Add your Template, which you want to Deploy.
Click Next and Select you Solution, which you have created on Cloud Container.
Click Finish. Integration Server Configurations will be deployed to Cloud Container.
Login to your Cloud Container Instance and Open Your Solution. Go to Asset Repository Drill down your IS node you will Notice the Configuration is Deployed.