It has been a while. I was busy. One of the things that kept me busy was putting together demonstrations for the CEC 2008 in Las Vegas, then delivering them. As an offshoot of that work I have a fair bit of material to share, which will take some time to put together into a form that can be posted in the blog. This piece is the first one.
Whereas Java CAPS 6 supports interaction with the Java MQ infrastructure through the Enterprise Manager, neither OpenESB nor GlassFishESB include the ‘Enterprise’ class functionality found in the Java CAPS ‘classic’, GUI for interaction with the JMS being one of example.
Here is a step-by-step on how to configure Hermes JMS (http://www.hermesjms.com/) for use with Java MQ, distributed as part of the OpenESB, GlassFishESB and Java CAPS 6. <- This link points to the original post.
The updated post, including material from the comments below, is available as HermesJMS_Configuration_for_JavaMQ and should be used instead.