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Pinned topic How to deploy MQe on iSeries

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Updated on 2005-01-07T16:46:12Z at 2005-01-07T16:46:12Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    How to deploy MQe on iSeries

    ‏2005-01-06T17:34:07Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Hello , does any one know how do deploy MQe server on iseries (AS400)
    I have a MQe client running on my XP (Pc) and i need to configure
    Asynchronous remote queues on the AS400 and ansynchrounously deliver
    messages to the remote queue.Any help or documentation would be very very
    helpful, thanks , Saurabh

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      Re: How to deploy MQe on iSeries

      ‏2005-01-07T16:46:12Z  in response to SystemAdmin
      saurabh wrote:
      > Hello , does any one know how do deploy MQe server on iseries (AS400)
      > I have a MQe client running on my XP (Pc) and i need to configure
      > Asynchronous remote queues on the AS400 and ansynchrounously deliver
      > messages to the remote queue.Any help or documentation would be very very
      > helpful, thanks , Saurabh
      >
      >
      Hi,

      Have you looked at the new Server support pack ES06 ?

      http://www-306.ibm.com/software/integration/support/supportpacs/product.html#wmqe

      This provides you with many configuration tools e.g. a GUI which you can
      use to remotely configure the QM on AS400. It also provides a scripting
      tool which you can use to create scripts or interactively modify the MQe
      Queuemanager on your AS400 in a similar way to the runmqsc command used
      by MQ. Using the scripting facility means you will be able to
      consistently reproduce your MQe QM whenever you need to.

      Regards

      Tony