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Multiple Websphere MQ installation on sun solaris

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I have a Webshere MQ v6.x installation on sun solaris 10. Now the issue is that we have many developers in our team who will need to access this one MQ installation for development and testing. Since many developers access one single MQ server for development and testing, it is becoming difficult.

I have heard of sun solaris virtualisation where many zone can be created and websphere MQ can be installed on each of these zones and each zone can have its own IP address. If this is possible then each devloper can have one zone each and will resolve our issue. But not sure whether it is a feasible option and whether it would be possible to have multiple MQ installation on a single server. Can someone please suggest?

If this is not possible then is there any other way we can create multiple instances/Virtualisation of a single websphere MQ installation? Note that we have license only for installation of MQ on one solaris server.

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