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Websphere MQ Installation

 
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Hi,

I downloaded the Websphere MQ v5.3 which was earlier (MQSeries) . I needed to run the JMSAdmin , but my Java folder only had a lib folder and no bin folder with the batch file to run JMSAdmin as used to be in MQSeriesv5.2
I read on the net that the v5.3 has the "Webpshere MQ classes for Java and JMS " installed along with the v5.3 installation. We dont have to use the supportpac MA088. So how come i still dont have the classes for Java and JMS. Have i missed out on any supporting files which were needed for running the JMSAdmin. Please could anyone give me the url where I can download the "WebSphere MQ classes for Java and WebSphere MQ classes for Java Message Service" for Websphere MQ v5.3

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These do not get added by default. You need to choose the custom option when installing MQ and choose the Java MQ libraries as an option.
 
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Thanx Chopra

Got it installed and Runnning after choosing Custom Install.
 
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