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JCA adapter for MQ Series

Wilson Maliackel
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Is JCA the best way to connect to MQ Series, when different Application servers are involved like BEA and WebSphere ? Using JCA do we connect directly to MQ Series or through JMS?
Kyle Brown
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The only way to connect to MQ Series is through JMS. IBM does not offer a JCA adapter for MQ Series.
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Wilson Maliackel
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Thanks Kyle for the reply.
If I want to connect to MQ from Weblogic 6.1 can I use Weblogic JMS or do I have to use MQ JMS?
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