One manual to definitely read would be the MQ Intercommunication manual. That would clear up many questions on MQ and would make it easier to understand MQ. It might be difficult to go through it the first time, but once you do it, you get a sound understanding. It is available for download from the IBM website.
Sab<br /> <br />Perfection does not come from belief or faith. Talk does not count for anything. Parrots can do that. Perfection comes through selfless work.<br />Swami Vivekananda
Originally posted by Gustavo Quiroz: Hello. I just passed the exam today, but barely. It was a tough one for me since I don't have a strong backgroud on mainframes and legacy systems. I mainly develop MQ applications using Java.
I recommend you to browse through the official documentacion and take the assesment test (USD 10). If you want to, I can email you the one I took (in MSWORD format).
[ September 21, 2005: Message edited by: Gustavo Quiroz ]