When I am trying to configure JMS MDB listener, there is an option to specify 'Reply to' properties in which, there is a dropdown field for "Preferences" having 3 options : Messages, Listener and no reply.
When I select "no reply", test connectivity button gets disabled.
Is there a way to test connectivity without sending back a response to MQ?
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Thanks Simon, but does it mean that we can generate MDB without doing "Test Connectivity" (anyways it's disabled)?
but actually we generated MDB that way but it didn't work after deployment, so assuming unless we do "Test Connectivity", we should not deploy it, but that's not possible if it is just as the button is disabled. How to test it before generating the MDB, in our case, any pointers greatly appreciated.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 13 May 2019 4:52 EDT
Simon Chan (chans3)
Senior Principal Engineer, Technical Support - 1:1 Customer Engagement
Our JNDI server rule is working fine, but whenever we generated MDB file with "no reply" as preference, and configured it in our webSphere, It has always failed. Until we asked our MQ team, to grant Pega, the access to send back a response, and in preference we had chosen "message" and then we generated MDB and configured it in our websphere.
now its working fine, but not with "no reply" as a preference.