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Java Swing Application to communicate with WebSphere MQ

thomas jacob
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Joined: May 19, 2005
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I need to create a Swing based application to send messages to WebSphere MQ Server. How should I go about doing this? I am new to WebSphere MQ. Should I be using Swing along with JMS to get this done. Is there any sample application which can get me started.

Thanks
Jacob
Jimmy Clark
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First, you should learn the various vendor API of the server. And then learn the JMS API. Then, you need to learn how to create the queues. After this, then you should be ready to create a client application that puts messages on the message queues, and also read messages from the queues.

You should be able to easily find examples on the IBM website.

Good luck!
thomas jacob
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I went to the IBM website for this specific example - Swing Java application communicating with the MQ Server, couldn't find any. If anybody has any links, please provide me with one
Jimmy Clark
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You shouldn't need a "specific" example. All you need is to learn how to develop a client application that connects to a message server. The Swing API is only for create a graphical user interface. That is all.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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