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Appendix B. Creating a messaging
infrastructure and web user
interface
In this appendix we describe how to define the messaging interface and web user interface for
the warranty claims process scenario used throughout this book. These components can be
considered a part of an existing basic infrastructure that an organization may have in order to
process warranty claims online.
Creating the messaging infrastructure
In this section we configure the necessary JMS infrastructure for the web user interface
servlet to put messages on to JMS queues and for the JMS mediation to receive them.
Defining a service integration bus queue
First we define a new service integration bus queue. Perform the following steps:
1. Log into the WebSphere Integrated Solution Console. From the left navigation, choose
Service Integration Buses.
2. Click the appropriate bus where the messaging artifacts will reside. We chose
SCA.APPLICATION.IBMBPMNode01Cell.Bus (Figure B-1 on page 288).
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Figure B-1 Choose the appropriate bus in the Integrated Solution Console
3. Click Destinations. A list of existing destinations on this bus is displayed (Figure B-2).
Figure B-2 Bus destinations
4. Click New to create a new destination. Specify the destination type as Queue and click
Next (Figure B-3 on page 289).

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