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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Bridge to WebSphere V6 Default Messaging Provider

‏2005-10-04T17:32:05Z |
Hi,
I'm just getting started with MQe but I wanted to ask if it's possible to
connect MQe to the WebSphere V6 default messaging provider? Everything I've
read so far describes how to exchange messages with MQ. My product runs on
WebSphere V6. We are looking into a branch-office configuration with MQe
running on WebSphere EveryPlace Deployment devices sending messages to
queues configured in WebSphere using the Service Integration Bus and default
messaging provider.

Any information would be apprecated,
Thanks,
Frank Baldiga

Updated on 2005-10-06T09:03:51Z at 2005-10-06T09:03:51Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Bridge to WebSphere V6 Default Messaging Provider

    ‏2005-10-06T09:03:51Z  
    Hi,

    In MQe Gateway QM requires a MQ QM name associated with it to create a
    proxy and further objects.
    Default Messaging JMS Provider does not allows this.
    I guess you can go for Websphere MQ JMS Provider.

    regards,
    Vijay
    "Frank Baldiga" <fbaldiga@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:dhue89$3f80$1@news.boulder.ibm.com...
    > Hi,
    > I'm just getting started with MQe but I wanted to ask if it's possible to
    > connect MQe to the WebSphere V6 default messaging provider? Everything
    I've
    > read so far describes how to exchange messages with MQ. My product runs
    on
    > WebSphere V6. We are looking into a branch-office configuration with MQe
    > running on WebSphere EveryPlace Deployment devices sending messages to
    > queues configured in WebSphere using the Service Integration Bus and
    default
    > messaging provider.
    >
    > Any information would be apprecated,
    > Thanks,
    > Frank Baldiga
    >
    >