I am new to MQe and I am trying to build a client server programm which is capable of communicating with each other.(Which means that server has to send the reply back to the client) In this senario when I the server is replying can I use the same connection that is created in one way messaging or do I have to create a separate connection throuh a different port so that client is also listening though a different port to recive messages. Your assistant is appriciated.
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Re: Creating a client and server using MQe java api2007-06-05T08:13:14Z in response to SystemAdminI sort out the problem my self. So the method I used was to have a Store and forwared queue in the server side and forwarding the reply from the server to the Store and forward queue. Before forwarding the answer I add the client queue to the store and forward queue as the target queue.
This solution was the one given in the "IBM Workplace Client TechnologyMicro Edition Version 5.7.1:Application Development and Case Study". Hope this would help any one one.