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Setting up MQ on WebSphere

Vishal Vohra
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Joined: Jun 03, 2008
Posts: 8
Hello,

I am new to MQ and want to know how to setup the MQ environment.
I have WebSphere installed on my system with "MQ Messaging Provider" that comes with default with WebSphere.
I have found some PDF's from IBM explaining how to code using MQ Base JAVA and MQ JMS java classes, but I am finding it difficult to set up the MQ environment like the Queue Manager, Connection Factory, Queue itself and the destination.
I also came to know that this environment setting can be done with the help of JMSAdmin tool, but where I can find this tool.
On my system I have RAD installed with a plugin support for WebSphere, I mean the WebSphere has not been installed seperately, it is being used from the RAD and therefore I am not able to find JMSAdmin tool.

Please let me know how to set up Queue managers, connection factory, queue and the destination and once configured how can I administer them from WebSphere Administration console.
Mujeebur Rahman
Greenhorn

Joined: Jul 10, 2008
Posts: 20
Which version of WAS , you are using?. As far as I remember JMSAdmin tool was used in WAS version 3.5/4 . In WAS 6.x versions you can do JMS configurations in admin console.
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I hope your os is Windows. I try to explain you with brief steps. You will find number of tutorials online.

1) After you install MQ, you will get GUI from MQ software. create Queue Manager and Queues via this GUI.

You can also use the script utility (I think you can get it by some thing like "run MQSC".)

2) You can do all the JMS configurations like creating Queue Connection Factory, Destination queues, Listener Port via WAS admin console.

3) For starting stuff, you can try with Message Driven Bean. You have to asscociate Listener Port via MDB's deployment descriptor.

4) You can open the Queue via MQ Explorer and place some test message.

5) If you have done the right steps, the message should reach your MDB.

Let me know if any specific issues.


Regards,
Mujeebur Rahman






Originally posted by Vishal Vohra:
Hello,

I am new to MQ and want to know how to setup the MQ environment.
I have WebSphere installed on my system with "MQ Messaging Provider" that comes with default with WebSphere.
I have found some PDF's from IBM explaining how to code using MQ Base JAVA and MQ JMS java classes, but I am finding it difficult to set up the MQ environment like the Queue Manager, Connection Factory, Queue itself and the destination.
I also came to know that this environment setting can be done with the help of JMSAdmin tool, but where I can find this tool.
On my system I have RAD installed with a plugin support for WebSphere, I mean the WebSphere has not been installed seperately, it is being used from the RAD and therefore I am not able to find JMSAdmin tool.

Please let me know how to set up Queue managers, connection factory, queue and the destination and once configured how can I administer them from WebSphere Administration console.
Shyam Sakalley
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 05, 2008
Posts: 23
hi ,
i am also new so i need tutorials plese if you have tutorials links then plese send me ...

SHYAM SAKALLEY
V cude software Banglore
SCJP 5 with 86%

mail--ssakalley@gmail.com
Shyam Sakalley
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 05, 2008
Posts: 23
Shyam Sakalley wrote:hi ,
i am also new so i need tutorials plese if you have tutorials links then plese send me ...

SHYAM SAKALLEY
Galaxy web links Ltd Bangalore
SCJP 5 with 86%

mail--ssakalley@gmail.com
Shyam Sakalley
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 05, 2008
Posts: 23
Shyam Sakalley wrote:
Shyam Sakalley wrote:hi ,
i am also new so i need tutorials plese if you have tutorials links then plese send me ...

SHYAM SAKALLEY
Galaxy web links Ltd Indore
SCJP 5 with 86%

mail--ssakalley@gmail.com
 
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