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Migrating from WSAD 5.1.2 to RAD 7.0 - Issues with Listener Ports

 
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We've migrated from WSAD 5.1.2 to RAD 7.0. In WSAD 5.1.2 we've used the embedded messaging server for our MQ testing, now with RAD 7.0, embedded messaging is no longer supported.

The issue is that in our production environment we are using WebSphere MQ with listener ports. In our development env we no longer have the embedded messaging server with RAD 7.0. How can we test using Listener Ports without having embedded messaging? We have tried using Default Messaging and Bus, but to no avail.

Bottom line is how do we test using Listener Ports for our MDBs in RAD 7.0 using WAS 6.1? We know that Listener Ports are deprecated and are advised to use Activation Spec with JCA, but we're still using Listener Ports in our production env and will migrate later.

Thanks for any suggestions!
 
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I can think of a couple of options:

Check with your MQ administrator to see if it's possible to set up an MQ server with multiple queues that can be used by a number of developers.

If you're using JMS protocol rather than MQ protocol, you could just install an open source JMS server and configure listeners for it.
 
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Were you able to resolve this issue?
 
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