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Is there any good book available about "Message Queuing"?

 
Kai Wähner
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Hi everybody,

first: I wanted to post this topic in the "books"-forum, but I do not see a "post topic" button there :-(


I am looking for a good book which explains the details of message queuing architecture. I only found two books about MSMQ (Microsoft). Is there no good Java-related book available?
Or maybe does the MSMQ book describe Queue Managers and so on in detail? I think, the architectural concepts are the same for MSQM and "Java MQ", right?

I need a book that explains the details about queue managers, channels, remote and local queue, clustering and such things.
I do not a book that explains JMS, point-to-point, publish-and-subschribe, and other JMS API stuff.

Maybe someone can help me with a link to a good book about MQ?

Thank you...
 
Pallav Bora
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There are lot redbooks available on IBM site. They are the best sources. There are couple of books too published by IBM. You can find out by visiting MQ Infocenter onn IBM web site
 
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