WEBSPHERE MQ INTERCOMMUNICATION PDF

In this chapter, we assume that the middle tier is physically realized by one or more server-class computers. Although it is possible for the mainframe to host a virtual middle tier, that possibility is not considered further. We do not consider other approaches such as clustering. Also in this chapter, the term server-server configuration refers to the situation in which WebSphere MQ servers are installed both at the middle-tier computer and at the mainframe. For communication in a server-server configuration, matched pairs of sender and receiver message channels are needed, together with their associated transmission queues, at the middle-tier computer and at the mainframe.

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Use this procedure to verify the installation and configuration. This procedure does not verify that your application is highly available because you have not installed your data service yet.

Create the communication links between the Broker queue manager and Configuration Manager queue manager. Set up queues and channels between the Broker queue manager s and the Configuration Manager queue manager, so that the message flows and rules setup on the Configuration Manager can be deployed from the Configuration Manager to the Broker queue manager s within Sun Cluster.

Refer to the section Starting your broker domain. After you setup all queues and channels between the Broker, UserNameServer and Configuration Manager, test that all the queue managers can communicate with each other.

After you setup and test all queues between the Broker, UserNameServer and Configuration Manager, create a message flow and deploy it to the Broker queue manager. You will need a separate message flow for each Broker queue manager. Create a simple message flow, that uses two queues, to receive a message from an input queue and put it to an output queue. In particular, refer to the section Building and using a message flow.

Verifying the Installation and Configuration of WebSphere MQ Integrator This section contains the procedure you need to verify the installation and configuration. Test the communication links between the queue managers. Create and deploy a message flow on the Configuration Manager.

Create a message flow. Deploy the message flow to the broker.

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Verifying the Installation and Configuration of WebSphere MQ Integrator

Use this procedure to verify the installation and configuration. This procedure does not verify that your application is highly available because you have not installed your data service yet. Create the communication links between the Broker queue manager and Configuration Manager queue manager. Set up queues and channels between the Broker queue manager s and the Configuration Manager queue manager, so that the message flows and rules setup on the Configuration Manager can be deployed from the Configuration Manager to the Broker queue manager s within Sun Cluster.

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Concepts of intercommunication

The receiving queue manager can be on the same machine or another; nearby or on the other side of the world. It can be running on the same platform as the local queue manager, or can be on any of the platforms supported by WebSphere MQ. This is called a distributed environment. The local queue manager is sometimes called the source queue manager and the remote queue manager is sometimes called the target queue manager or the partner queue manager. Distributed Queuing enables sending messages from one Queue Manager to another. The receiving Queue Manager could be on the same machine or a remote one. Queue Managers, Queues, Channels and associated Definitions are outlined, along with Clustering a network of logically associated Queue Managers.

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WebSphere MQ Intercommunication

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