Integrating applications using WebSphere Message Broker, Part 6 -- Debugging message flows using Websphere Message Broker

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Shu Tan, Vivian Mak, and Evan Mamas

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: October 04, 2005

This article series provides the information you need to build, deploy, debug, and run a Web Order Processing Application sample using the tooling features of WebSphere® Message Broker. This article, Part 6 of a six-part series, shows you how to use WebSphere Message Broker flow debugger and source debuggers to debug basic to complex applications. WebSphere Message Broker debugging capabilities make it easy for you to track both the control and data flow of your applications. The information in this article applies to WebSphere Message Broker Version 5.0.2 and above. You can begin with Part 1 of this series, Integration scenario for creating a Web order processing application, to get the background you need for this article.

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