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OpenMQ resource adapter is distributed together with the OpenMQ broker. Therefore we'll first download and install OpenMQ from its download page as a ZIP file and unpack it to a local directory. If you already have Payara Server installed, you can skip this step and use OpenMQ in the Payara Server installation which is located in the mq directory.
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The name of the deployed connector will be the name of the file without the .rar extension. In this case it will be imqjmsra. Our demo application already expects a connector with this name to use it for incoming and outgoing messages.
Payara Micro supports variable references in Jakarta EE resource annotations, including the annotations we used to define the connection factory, queue and MDB. We'll take advantage of this and we'll replace all non-constant values with variable references. We'll use references to MicroProfile Configuration properties which has several benefits:
We'll first create a file microprofile-config.properties. This file should end up in the META-INF directory in the classpath. In a WAR it should thus end up in WEB-INF/classes/META-INF. In our maven-based project, we'll create the file in src/main/resources/META-INF directory.
Then we'll replace all the corresponding values above in the annotations for the connection factory, queue and MDB with the references to their corresponding MicroProfile properties. For example, we'll replace "TestQ" with "$MPCONFIG=mq.queue.name and "localhost:7676" with $MPCONFIG=mq.addressList. This is how our connection factory definition will look like:
This file will need to be re-applied if/when official patches/updates are released to ensure full compatibility. This is due to the fact that some files which are removed when installing this file are automatically re-installed by Steam when official patches come out.
There is also a club name changes file, which changes the names of clubs in a way which ensures that any nicknames entered in the default database are retained. This file includes the proper names for Brazilian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian (including Juventus) and French clubs, as well as Manchester Utd, to circumvent licensing restrictions. It also adds real-life media and journalists, encompassing most major footballing nations and continents. Brazilian clubs' text colours are also changed through an editor data file. Another editor data file creates the Ajax non-playing staff and the German national team manager missing from the database due to licensing restrictions. Finally, it includes a small file which corrects the 3-Letter competition names to correspond with any changes made in the lnc files. For all the files in this paragraph to work, however, you will need to start a new game.
This should be what your editor data folder looks like now. There may initially be a config.xml file in this folder and it can be safely overwritten; it is generated by FM every time the game starts.
To make sure the files have been applied correctly, go to the Champions Cup and EURO Vase in your saved game, and they should be renamed to Champions League and Europa League respectively. If you are in the middle of a save-game, Japanese and German national teams will be populated in the next instance that players are called up, and not immediately. Do keep in mind that this file does not add Japan-based players, who are not in the official database and will need a third-party add-on to be created and added.
Club names are only changed if you apply the editor data files before starting a new game. For a workaround if you've already started a new save-game, then please read the opening post of this thread.
Open the City, Club and Stadium Names.lnc file with Notepad (on Windows) and TextEdit (on Mac). All the changes I've made in the editor data file are included in this file, however they are preceded by a hashtag (#) which makes the lnc file ignore any text following it.
Reason: These persons do not appear in the default database for licensing reasons. This means that this file was forced to add them manually. However, this means that their UID (which is what is used to map a person's image to the right individual) is different, and so the game cannot assign the image to them from your existing facepack.
Solution: Individually download the cut-out faces that you want from here (or use the UID to find them in your existing facepack if you don't use the cut-out megapack), put them in a separate folder to your existing facepack and create a config file just for them using the method outlined in here (which works for all facepack styles, not just the cut-out megapack).
Reason: When club name changes are done via lnc files, this removes the clubs' nickname, which is not the case if editor data files are used, which is why these are preferred. Since editor data files didn't work with the FM22 beta, club name changes were done via lnc files during the beta version. Once the full game was released, club name changes were switched back to the intended delivery method, i.e. via editor data files.
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