Introducing XMS -- The IBM Message Service API

This article has been replaced by more current information in the WebSphere MQ information center. See Introduction to the Message Service Client for .NET.

Mark Phillips (m8philli@uk.ibm.com), Software Developer, IBM

Mark Phillips has worked as a software developer with the WebSphere MQ Development Team at the IBM Hursley UK Lab since 1995. He currently works on the WebSphere MQ Technical Strategy Team, with responsibility for Web services, messaging clients, and APIs. You can contact Mark at m8philli@uk.ibm.com.



07 February 2011

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