Dynamic Configuration JMS

Hi,
i am trying to use dynamic configuration variable DCJMSMessageQueue as a condition for determining the receiver within the Receiver Determiniation. I can see the value in the DCJMSMessageQueue, but the condition is not applied.
Have anyone tried to use this variable within the Receiver Determination (SP14)?
Thnx in advance.
Regards, Erik Hubers

Hi Erik,
I'm using JMS Channels and Adapter-specific attributes quite a lot (in my case it's DCJMSCorrelationID).
So far I never had the requirement to use it in conditions in a Receiver Determination, but I set up
a Receiver Determination to test it and it worked with SP15.
Now what was a little strange is that the expression only worked if I set it up in the following way:
DCJMSMessageQueue = queue:///EVENT_EB5331?targetClient=1
where my queue name is solely EVENT_EB5331 (I'm using WebSphere MQ in native mode).
Maybe that solves your problem (I actually copied this value, because it is the way it is written in the DynamicConfiguration
piece of the XI message).
There is another issue I had with the JMS Adapter Specific Attributes in SP14.
The namespace of the attributes was implemented wrong (at least the one for DCJMSCorreleationID). Instead of
'http://sap.com/xi/XI/System/JMS'
it was just 'JMS'.
Now if the condition is - by any reason - evaluated against the correct namespace (the long one)
this could also be a reason why it is not working.
Check the values in the DynamicConfiguration and have a look at the Trace.
You should find something like this in the R E C E I V E R  D E T E R M I N A T I O N part of it:
<Trace level="3" type="T">...call rule engine for Condition %CL_SAI_SWF_RULE_ENGINE.MSG_GET_SYSTEM
(MSG=&_MSG&;SYSFIELD="DCJMSMessageQueue";
SYSNSP="http://sap.com/xi/XI/System/JMS")% = queue:///EVENT_EB5331?targetClient=1</Trace>
  <Trace level="2" type="T">......attachment XI_Context not found</Trace>
  <Trace level="3" type="T">......extracting from attachment: DCJMSMessageQueue =
queue:///EVENT_EB5331?targetClient=1</Trace>
  <Trace level="2" type="T">......extracting values found: 1</Trace>
Compare the namespaces there with the one in the DynamicConfiguration.
If there is a mismatch upgrade to SP15 or open an OSS Message.
I hope that helps...
regards,
Peter

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