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How to DEFINE Q/ TopicConFactory with Support for XA Transactions, using JMSAdmin in WebSphere MQ

 
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Hi,

My issue: I want to create/ define Queue and Topic Connection factory in IBM WebSphere MQ, with support for XA Transactions
BUT using the JMSAdmin tool, provided - I do NOT want to use the UI (MQExplorer)

I could create, Q and Topic Connection Factory, after launching JMSAdmin console and using

DEFINE qcf(myName-of-QConFactory) qmgr(my-QMgr-name)
but this way they get created using com.ibm.mq.jms.MQQueueConnectionFactory OR com.ibm.mq.jms.MQTopicConnectionFactory

<< I want com.ibm.mq.jms.MQXAConnectionFactoryFactory. What should I do ? >>

PS:
I can get the desired, if create/ define using the MQExplorer UI,
and check the "Support XA Transactions" check box (in the dialog)

How to do the same, using the JMSAdmin prompt and DEFINE keywords

thanks
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My guess is that the default option supported by MQ is XA. So, if you define a queue using JMSAdmin, XA is automatically present. This is my guess.
 
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