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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter with MQe_Service

‏2005-11-14T14:47:01Z |
Hi,

I want to use the MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter with the MQe_Service from the
Server Tools. The wizard creates the service unchangable for the Disk
Adapter. If I change the entry in the ini-file to MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter,
the service does not seem to work right. How do I add the jar and the
dir with the config file to the class path of the service?

Adding to HKLM/Software/IBM/MQe/CurrentVersion/Classpath does not seem
to work...

Any hints?

Thanks,
Wolfgang
Updated on 2005-11-15T04:01:24Z at 2005-11-15T04:01:24Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter with MQe_Service

    ‏2005-11-15T04:01:24Z  
    Hi,

    Instead of using the MQe_Service.exe,you could write/set your own
    classpath as given in install guide of Server Support pac.Another way will
    be putting/unzipping JDBCAdapter to <Install_DIR>\mqe_service\properties
    directory

    regards,
    Vijay

    "Wolfgang Röckelein" <mail@wolfgangroeckelein.de> wrote in message
    news:dla7v3$36ia$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I want to use the MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter with the MQe_Service from the
    > Server Tools. The wizard creates the service unchangable for the Disk
    > Adapter. If I change the entry in the ini-file to MQeJDBCFieldsAdapter,
    > the service does not seem to work right. How do I add the jar and the
    > dir with the config file to the class path of the service?
    >
    > Adding to HKLM/Software/IBM/MQe/CurrentVersion/Classpath does not seem
    > to work...
    >
    > Any hints?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Wolfgang