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Pinned topic How to deploy MQe on iSeries

‏2005-03-08T18:45:39Z |
Updated on 2005-03-10T15:35:29Z at 2005-03-10T15:35:29Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to deploy MQe on iSeries

    ‏2005-03-08T18:45:39Z  
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: How to deploy MQe on iSeries

    ‏2005-03-08T18:45:40Z  
    Thanks for your Reply Tony,

    I was looking at the home server Q concept to pull messages from the server,
    My devices are POS terminals running XP, I was trying to configure the Home
    server queue on one of the devices (a POS till) and it did not work for me,
    is there any documentation or a working example of the home server Queue ?
    that would really be helpful.

    i am also not sure if i should use push or pull, as my device is a full
    fledged implementation i have no limitation of using java classes, Also if i
    have till
    A B C which get added to a Store is there a way to dynamically configure the
    till
    for a Push mechanism from the server, everythime a new till device is
    commisioned
    there needs to be change in the Configuration of connection to look at the
    correct IP
    address, Also is a a good idea to pull rather than push messages from the
    server, Also is a good idea to make each device a Server and a Client for
    distributed solutions.?

    cheers,
    Saurabh

    "Tony Garrard" <garrard@no_spam.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:d0k11b$5btc$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > Hi Saurabh,
    >
    > Can you ensure that you are not using the trial version of MQe, ES06
    > can't be installed using this version.
    >
    > As to sending messages to the clients/devices, it depends on if you want
    > to push the messages to the clients or get the clients to pull messages
    > from the server. If the devices are midp you will have to use pull. This
    > is because MQe on midp does not support serversockets. If you are using
    > a version of java that supports serversockets, you can create Listeners
    > on the devices and push the messages to them. The documentation for MQe
    > has been updated and is available as an eclipse plugin or independent
    > using infocenter. The link is :
    >
    >
    http://www.elink.ibmlink.ibm.com/public/applications/publications/cgibin/pbi
    .cgi?CTY=US&FNC=SRX&PBL=SC34-6609-00
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Tony
    >
    > saurabh wrote:
    > > I have got the MQe working on the iseries and configured the remote
    queues
    > > from the client to send messages to the iseries server, I tried to
    install
    > > the ES06 server support for various tools, It says that i haven't
    installed
    > > the MQe2.0 which is a prereequisite, i already have it installed, is
    there a
    > > place the Installer is searching for the MQe 2.0 , the documents are
    crap
    > > and old and there is no start.jar file, there is only a setup.exe which
    > > tries to install the MQe support ES06
    > >
    > > My question is I have my devices say A B C and i want my devices and
    Server
    > > (iseries) to exchange messages both ways, iseries->A, B, C and vice
    versa,
    > > to send messages from A, B , C i already have a remote queue to which
    all
    > > devices put a message, for the communication to work the other way , do
    i
    > > need to make every device A, B , C a server and iseries as the client or
    > > could i use the same Queue to send messages back and forth??? Replys
    > > appreciated.
    > >
    > > Saurabh
    > >
    > >
    > > "saurabh" <sbhola@celtech.ie> wrote in message
    > > news:crjs5f$6vba$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > >
    > >>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
    > >>
    > >>
    > >
    > >
    > >
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    684 Posts

    Re: How to deploy MQe on iSeries

    ‏2005-03-10T15:35:29Z  
    Thanks for your Reply Tony,

    I was looking at the home server Q concept to pull messages from the server,
    My devices are POS terminals running XP, I was trying to configure the Home
    server queue on one of the devices (a POS till) and it did not work for me,
    is there any documentation or a working example of the home server Queue ?
    that would really be helpful.

    i am also not sure if i should use push or pull, as my device is a full
    fledged implementation i have no limitation of using java classes, Also if i
    have till
    A B C which get added to a Store is there a way to dynamically configure the
    till
    for a Push mechanism from the server, everythime a new till device is
    commisioned
    there needs to be change in the Configuration of connection to look at the
    correct IP
    address, Also is a a good idea to pull rather than push messages from the
    server, Also is a good idea to make each device a Server and a Client for
    distributed solutions.?

    cheers,
    Saurabh

    "Tony Garrard" <garrard@no_spam.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:d0k11b$5btc$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > Hi Saurabh,
    >
    > Can you ensure that you are not using the trial version of MQe, ES06
    > can't be installed using this version.
    >
    > As to sending messages to the clients/devices, it depends on if you want
    > to push the messages to the clients or get the clients to pull messages
    > from the server. If the devices are midp you will have to use pull. This
    > is because MQe on midp does not support serversockets. If you are using
    > a version of java that supports serversockets, you can create Listeners
    > on the devices and push the messages to them. The documentation for MQe
    > has been updated and is available as an eclipse plugin or independent
    > using infocenter. The link is :
    >
    >
    http://www.elink.ibmlink.ibm.com/public/applications/publications/cgibin/pbi
    .cgi?CTY=US&FNC=SRX&PBL=SC34-6609-00
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Tony
    >
    > saurabh wrote:
    > > I have got the MQe working on the iseries and configured the remote
    queues
    > > from the client to send messages to the iseries server, I tried to
    install
    > > the ES06 server support for various tools, It says that i haven't
    installed
    > > the MQe2.0 which is a prereequisite, i already have it installed, is
    there a
    > > place the Installer is searching for the MQe 2.0 , the documents are
    crap
    > > and old and there is no start.jar file, there is only a setup.exe which
    > > tries to install the MQe support ES06
    > >
    > > My question is I have my devices say A B C and i want my devices and
    Server
    > > (iseries) to exchange messages both ways, iseries->A, B, C and vice
    versa,
    > > to send messages from A, B , C i already have a remote queue to which
    all
    > > devices put a message, for the communication to work the other way , do
    i
    > > need to make every device A, B , C a server and iseries as the client or
    > > could i use the same Queue to send messages back and forth??? Replys
    > > appreciated.
    > >
    > > Saurabh
    > >
    > >
    > > "saurabh" <sbhola@celtech.ie> wrote in message
    > > news:crjs5f$6vba$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > >
    > >>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 Saurabh,

    How are you planning to configure the MQe QM's ? Are you planning to do
    these programatically or use MQeScript ?

    MQeScript is part of ES06, part of the documentation walks you through
    an example that does exactly that.

    If programmatically, I can point you to the
    examples.midp.exampleapp.messageservice.MQeMessageService

    This shows you how to create the resources you need for your client/server.

    As to whether it is better to push/pull, unfortunately that is down to
    the requiremnts you need for your application, the number of clients you
    require e.t.c, though pushing the message will most likely use up more
    resources on the server, but we have no definitive figures for this.

    For either pull or push, you will be able to remotely configure the
    required resources on your server QM e.g. adding the clientQM to the
    list of destinations on the Server's StoreAndForwardQueue or creating
    the connection definitions on the server to reach the remote Client.

    Regards

    Tony

    saurabh wrote:
    > Thanks for your Reply Tony,
    >
    > I was looking at the home server Q concept to pull messages from the server,
    > My devices are POS terminals running XP, I was trying to configure the Home
    > server queue on one of the devices (a POS till) and it did not work for me,
    > is there any documentation or a working example of the home server Queue ?
    > that would really be helpful.
    >
    > i am also not sure if i should use push or pull, as my device is a full
    > fledged implementation i have no limitation of using java classes, Also if i
    > have till
    > A B C which get added to a Store is there a way to dynamically configure the
    > till
    > for a Push mechanism from the server, everythime a new till device is
    > commisioned
    > there needs to be change in the Configuration of connection to look at the
    > correct IP
    > address, Also is a a good idea to pull rather than push messages from the
    > server, Also is a good idea to make each device a Server and a Client for
    > distributed solutions.?
    >
    > cheers,
    > Saurabh
    >
    >
    >
    > "Tony Garrard" <garrard@no_spam.ibm.com> wrote in message
    > news:d0k11b$5btc$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    >
    >>Hi Saurabh,
    >>
    >>Can you ensure that you are not using the trial version of MQe, ES06
    >>can't be installed using this version.
    >>
    >>As to sending messages to the clients/devices, it depends on if you want
    >>to push the messages to the clients or get the clients to pull messages
    >>from the server. If the devices are midp you will have to use pull. This
    >>is because MQe on midp does not support serversockets. If you are using
    >>a version of java that supports serversockets, you can create Listeners
    >>on the devices and push the messages to them. The documentation for MQe
    >>has been updated and is available as an eclipse plugin or independent
    >>using infocenter. The link is :
    >>
    >>
    >
    > http://www.elink.ibmlink.ibm.com/public/applications/publications/cgibin/pbi
    > .cgi?CTY=US&FNC=SRX&PBL=SC34-6609-00
    >
    >>Regards
    >>
    >>Tony
    >>
    >>saurabh wrote:
    >>
    >>>I have got the MQe working on the iseries and configured the remote
    >
    > queues
    >
    >>>from the client to send messages to the iseries server, I tried to
    >
    > install
    >
    >>>the ES06 server support for various tools, It says that i haven't
    >
    > installed
    >
    >>>the MQe2.0 which is a prereequisite, i already have it installed, is
    >
    > there a
    >
    >>>place the Installer is searching for the MQe 2.0 , the documents are
    >
    > crap
    >
    >>>and old and there is no start.jar file, there is only a setup.exe which
    >>>tries to install the MQe support ES06
    >>>
    >>>My question is I have my devices say A B C and i want my devices and
    >
    > Server
    >
    >>>(iseries) to exchange messages both ways, iseries->A, B, C and vice
    >
    > versa,
    >
    >>>to send messages from A, B , C i already have a remote queue to which
    >
    > all
    >
    >>>devices put a message, for the communication to work the other way , do
    >
    > i
    >
    >>>need to make every device A, B , C a server and iseries as the client or
    >>>could i use the same Queue to send messages back and forth??? Replys
    >>>appreciated.
    >>>
    >>>Saurabh
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>"saurabh" <sbhola@celtech.ie> wrote in message
    >>>news:crjs5f$6vba$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>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
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >
    >