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J2EE application and MQSeries

 
KrishRads
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Hi folks,
What would be the best way for a J2EE application to communicate with DB2 using MQSERIES?Is it using the Java/MQSeries API or using JMS?

Thanks in advance.

KR
 
Barend Garvelink
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I don't really understand what you mean by "to communicate with DB2 using MQSERIES".

If you have to receive messages from a queue and store their contents in the database, put a Message-Driven Bean on the queue (this implies JMS) and update your database using whatever database technique you've standardised on for your project.
 
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