Attention:We're planning to move the MQdev blog into the new IBM Messaging developerWorks page. Existing blog posts will remain here, but in the near future we will stop supporting the creation of blog posts here, so should instead be created in the new IBM Messaging developerWorks page.
IBM Messaging blog: Find out all the new and great things that are going on with IBM MQ and IBM MQ Appliance as well as what our developers are doing and talking about. This blog follows the IBM Social Computing Guidelines.
Hey folks - see Paul Titheridge, MQ Guru walk through the process of configuring and sending messages between IBM MQ and WebSphere Application Server. Paul shows you how its done quickly and easily...enjoy!
User group for the WebSphere MQ users Here is the URL for this bookmark: www.websphereusergroup.org/southasia The Global WebSphere Community launched new website recently. The site helps you
connect with the WebSphere users and access to lots of content relating
to WebSphere ... Also you might find WebSphere Messaging and
Connectivity User Group South Asia relevant. Join now !!! http://www.websphereusergroup.org/ Also add us as friends by visiting our profiles: http://www.websphereusergroup.org/hrsridhar... [More]
This blog describes in detail how to configure the SAP Server for running the SAP connectivity sample provided with WebSphere Message Broker (WMB). The blog further details the procedure to follow to configure SAP System for SAP Inbound Sample and configuration of SAP Inbound Adapter on Message Broker end. Install WebSphere Message Broker 6.1 and upgrade to latest fixpac 03 (220.127.116.11) so that no errors are reported while importing the SAP Connectivity sample. Users who wish to run SAP Connectivity sample need to have a login to SAP server... [More]