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Anyone know how to set MQRFH2 Headers in JMS ?

Posted on 2001-06-21
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Hi I am working with IBM MQ Series, and using JMS to communicate with the Queues. I need to know essentially what are 'MQRFH2 Headers' and if I can set them, how do I set them ? I would appreciate any help I can get here, because I have only just begun working with JMS, let alone MQ Series
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Actually, I hope you didn't write that website, as it seems to be exactly what you are doing ;-)

Hehehe

Tim.
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Small bit of info here: http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/library/manualsa/csqzaw06/csqzaw066l.htm

There is quite a cool PDF here (seems VERY relevant) : http://students.depaul.edu/~msegvich/ect581/mq/mq_java.pdf

Hope these help you out!!

Good Luck!!

Tim.
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Thanks Tim , I did find the info useful. What I am still not sure of is how exactly do I write set the RFH2 Headers in code ?? :-)
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