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WSAD5 + JMS support and external MQ

 
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Hi all-
I've installed WSAD5 with the JMS support pack and successfully tested the built-in JMS server. (Very nice feature BTW)
Q1. Now I would like to point to an external MQ server.
Q2. I would like to load MQ 5.2 on the same machine (W2K) as WSAD is running on and point to that. Can I do this without messing up WSAD's internal MQ references?
thanks,
Max Tomlinson
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To Q1: You can configure your queue conenction manager and queues using the admin facility under the resources branch. If the queue/queue manager is remote you just have to give it the info in the config.
To Q2: We wished to use WASD/WAS 5.0 with MQ 5.2 to avoid doing both upgrades at once, however the answer we got from IBM is that MQ 5.3 is required
with WSAD/WAS 5.0. (if this is not true IBMers, let us know!). We have had no problems however, using remote queues/queue managers that are not 5.3
 
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I installed WAS 5.0 (Base Version) and it has built in JMS provider. Was wondering if someone can help me configure the JMS server to test some simple JMS examples -- Thanks
 
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