on Java-to-.NET interop via JMS and MQSeries

While looking around I found two articles, from SYS-CON’s WebSphere Developer’s Journal,  covering J2EE and .NET interop via MQSeries. part 1: http://sys-con.com/story/?storyid=43430&DE=1#RES part 2: http://sys-con.com/story/?storyid=43452&DE=1#RES These articles reference ma7p, the IBM supportpac, which is no longer available.  ma7p has graduated into the MQSeries product.  Upgrade to MQ V5.3 + CSD05 or later to get the…

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.NET and MQ admin via ADSI

We have previously discussed connecting to MQSeries from .NET applications.  That post dealt specifically with connecting to MQSeries to perform queue operations:  Puts and Gets.  MQSeries also exposes an administrative interface.  What are the possibilities for connecting from a .NET app into the MQ Administrative function?  At first glance, there seems to be a number of…


.NET and MQSeries

MQ Postcard IBM WebSphere MQ (previously known as “MQSeries”) ships with a “postcard” app, amqpcard.exe, a simple demo that can be used to verify the installation of MQ.   The postcard app is supplied without source code.  At some point, IBM started shipping Java classes for MQ, and they also delivered a Java postcard app, including…

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.NET and WebSphere interop

A New article posted on MSDN covering interop between .NET and WebSphere, over webservices.  This one provides sample code for both .NET and WebSphere . There are instructions for what you need to download and install on the WebSphere side (including Eclipse), as well as all the steps necessary in the WebSphere tools.  In addition,…

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