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Can JMS + MQ work together?

 
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Hi all-
I'm working with MA88 (IBM's release of JMS that uses MQ5.2) and I made the assumption that I could send a JMS message to a reciever that would read it using the older MQ 5.2 MQI (since MA88 is a type of JMS-MQ bridge). It seems that I am wrong, that the message includes a JMS header which screws up the receiver. Someone told me I can omit this header for such clients? Is this possible? Are JMS and MQ (under IBM) interoperable?
thansk,
Max Tomlinson
 
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Hi Max,
I'm going to move this to the "Other Java APIs" where hopefully you can get more responces on your question.
Matt
 
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