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Is there MQSeries in the book???

 
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Hi
Is there mqseries discussed in the book? If yes, then to what detail?
thanx
 
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I don't think so. No mention in the contents.
 
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This book focuses on IBM WSAD 287, so, it wont contain any WebSphereMQ stuffs.
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Is there any IBM exam for MQ Series?
 
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Originally posted by faiza athar:
Hi
Is there mqseries discussed in the book? If yes, then to what detail?
thanx


Hello Faiza,
We do not deal with MQ Series as such, however we do cover JMS to the extent that the enterprise developer can develop and test Message Driver Beans using the WebSphere Test Environment of WebSphere Studio Application Developer. This is sufficient for the purposes of the IBM test 287.
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Hi Pradeep,
Sure. Here it is.
http://www-1.ibm.com/certify/certs/bi_index.shtml
WebSphereMQ (known as MQ Series previously) is resided in the area of Business Integration.
Nick.
 
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Hi Pradeep
Hope you got your answer!
and actually mqseries is in good demand too!


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