Configuring WebSphere Adapter for SAP for high availability using Websphere Message Broker
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Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: March 21, 2012
This article shows you how to configure WebSphere Adapter for SAP (here after called SAP Adapter) with Websphere Message Broker (hereafter called Message Broker) in an active-active high availability (HA) solution. The article also shows you how to set up a shared queue to handle a Transaction ID (TID) store.
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