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Getting started with record and replay in WebSphere Message Broker V8

Steve Haskey (haskey@uk.ibm.com), Software Engineer, WebSphere Message Broker UI Development team, IBM
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Steve Haskey has worked for IBM for 12 years, both in California and the UK, on a number of WebSphere middleware products. You can contact Steve at haskey@uk.ibm.com.
Peter Masters (pmasters@uk.ibm.com), Software Engineer, WebSphere Message Broker Development team, IBM
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Peter Masters has worked for IBM for 13 years at the IBM Software Lab in Hursley Park, United Kingdom. His product expertise includes CICS, WebSphere Application Server, and WebSphere Message Broker. You can contact Peter at pmasters@uk.ibm.com.
Anton Piatek (anton.piatek@uk.ibm.com), Software Engineer, WebSphere Message Broker Development and Test team, IBM
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Anton Piatek is a Software Engineer on the WebSphere Message Broker Development team at the IBM Software Lab in Hursley Park, United Kingdom. He has worked on many WebSphere Message Broker teams, including Development, Performance, Service, Functional Test, and Regression Test. You can contact Anton at anton.piatek@uk.ibm.com.
Dominic Storey (dstorey@uk.ibm.com), Software Engineer, WebSphere Message Broker Development team, IBM
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Dominic Storey is a Software Engineer on the WebSphere Message Broker Development team at the IBM Software Lab in Hursley Park, United Kingdom. He has over 15 years of development experience on WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Message Broker, and related messaging technologies. You can contact Dominic at dstorey@uk.ibm.com.

Summary:  WebSphere Message Broker V8 introduces the new record and replay feature, which lets you record and view messages for audit or problem determination purposes, and replay them after problem resolution or other downtime issues. This tutorial shows you how to use event monitoring to emit a message from a flow, how to configure record and replay, and how to use the new web UI to view messages that you have recorded and replay them to a WebSphere MQ queue.

Date:  05 Dec 2012
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (1714 KB)Get Adobe® Reader®

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Before you start

About this tutorial

This tutorial shows you how to record, view, and replay messages using IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker V8.0.0.1.

Prerequisites

To benefit from this tutorial, you should have some experience with WebSphere Message Broker and have a basic understanding of message flows and WebSphere MQ messaging. You do not need to be an expert in these areas, since the tutorial provides sample files or detailed instructions.

System requirements

  • WebSphere Message Broker V8.0.0.1 Runtime and Toolkit
  • A WebSphere Message Broker instance, which you can create using the Default Configuration Wizard in Message Broker Toolkit or Message Broker Explorer.
  • Record and Replay requires a database. This article uses IBM® DB2®, which you can either install locally or use remotely. For information on supported levels of DB2, see WebSphere Message Broker requirements. Oracle is also supported but is not covered in this tutorial.

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