Connecting WebSphere MQ with social networks: Twitter notifications for queue managers and MQ applications

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Rich Cumbers

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: March 31, 2010

Social networking is everywhere these days -- for connecting with friends, or for staying updated and keeping others updated on topics of mutual interest. Social networks are also proving useful in the enterprise. This article shows you how to quickly and easily enable your WebSphere MQ applications to use social networking software such as Twitter to send status and problem information to a wide audience of system administrators and end users, and even to other applications and middleware. The examples in this article use WebSphere MQ and the Twitter API with JEE technology (simple message-driven beans) targeted at the WebSphere Application Server Community Edition runtime.

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