WebSphere Message Broker V6, Best Practices Guide: Bullet Proofing Message Flows
To make the best choices when designing and implementing message flows, one needs a clear understanding of the requirements and the power of the tools that are used. Message flows should be bullet proof, meaning that the design should provide the required functions and should also prevent errors from disrupting normal operations. This paper examines some of the capabilities of WebSphere Message Broker and shows how to include these capabilities in the message flows. The authors uses variations on a sample message flow using an MQInput node, several Compute nodes, and MQOutput nodes to show error path options, how the broker handles errors in various nodes, and the information available for analysis.