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Unable configure two managed server targets for JMS topic



The requirement is to configure multiple managed server targets for single JMS topic in Pega 7 application.

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PRPC setup on multinode weblogic environment steps:

1. Create two Servers and assign it to a Cluster.

2. Create a Cluster with two Servers as part of the Cluster.
3. Both these managed servers have a channel with name, for example: ‘Channel-0’ created to listen on a unique port number that does not conflict with Admin or managed server ports.

4. This channel also uses cluster-broadcast protocol and is specified for ‘Messaging’ in Cluster as ‘Unicast Broadcast Channel’.

 5. Create a datasource and target it to the Cluster.

6. Create JMS Servers and target each one of them unique JMS Servers in the cluster.

7. Create a JMS Module PRPC_ClusterJMS_Module and target it to the cluster.

8. Create a Distributed Topic in the JMS Module.

 Click Next > Select Advanced Targeting > Create a new Sub Deployment
9. Target the Distributed Topic to each of the JMS Servers.

10. Create a Connection Factory. Click Next and Select Advanced Targeting.
11. Finally, the JMS Module will look like below.
Provide the JVM args, JAVA_HOME and temp dir location on Server Start tab of each of the managed instance that will be started from Admin console using Node manager.

Published October 6, 2015 - Updated October 8, 2020

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