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Question on IBM MQ Series and JMS

 
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Hi Ranchors,

I am new to JMS. i am reading the JMS docs at the same time i found IBM MQ Series also providing the Messaging services.

please any body list out some of advantages and advantages of IBM MQ Series vs JMS.

which one is better to use in real time.

Thanks in Advance.
 
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Your info is out of date. MQ Series was renamed to WebSphere MQ several years ago.

However, by either name, MQ is IBM's implementation of JMS.
 
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