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WebShpere MQ : JMS API Vs IBM Message Queue Interface

 
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Hi,

I am bit new to the Messaging world ...I was just reading about the WebSphere MQ and found that 'MQ' supported API for Java are
JMS and IBM's own Messaging API' (Message Queue Interface) ....

Can anyone please clear me on the question?

Which one is more better (JMS Vs MQI) to use ? What are the advantages of Using JMS API's ...


Appreciate your responses ..!

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maybe this is useful mqi vs jms
 
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