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MQSeries - MQ base Java Version 5.1

hi Experts,

If you have used this program before. May I know where have you downloaded IBM MQ base Java Version 5.1 trial program for Server to enable Java programming?

Thanks.

Dawn.
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gtloaferCommented:
Hi Dawn
 
  If it is the MQ Base java classes you require then u need to go to this URL : http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/txppacs/ma88.html

 You'll find installations for all kinds of platforms e.g for windows you need to download the ma88_win.zip file.

Hope you find this useful

regards gtloafer

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gtloaferCommented:
Hi again , when I re read your question I wondered whether you meant you wanted to download the actual MQ Series Application in which case you need to go here http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/downloads/

regards gtloafer

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Dawn_ricoAuthor Commented:
hi gtloafer,

Firstly, I'll like to thank you for replying :) thanks x 6

I've actually went to this web site - http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/txppacs/ma88.html and downloaded MQSeries classes for Java and MQSeries classes for Java Message Service file.

I want MQ base Java v5.1 cos'it allows Java application to connect to MQSeries as an MQSeries Client, or directly to a server. They've also shown how to do detailed environment configuration and how to test for client connection.

Do you think MQSeries classes for Java and MQSeries classes for Java Message Service can be used instead of MQ base Java to support my needs?

thanks ...

Dawn.


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Dawn_ricoAuthor Commented:
This is the place where I found the documentation for MQ base Java v5.1:

http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/library/manuals99/csqzaw/csqzaw.htm#ToC


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gtloaferCommented:
Well actually Dawn this installation contains both MQ JMS classes as well as MQ Base. The MQ base classes are in a jar  --- com.ibm.mq.jar . I do believe there's a small sample client application that shows you how to go about connecting to an MQ box. Try it out ....hope it helps :-).

regards gtloafer
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Dawn_ricoAuthor Commented:
hi gtloafer ,

Thanks for ur info .. I'll try now ..

Dawn.
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Dawn_ricoAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I'm glad you reply
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gtloaferCommented:
Hey you're welcome !!. Us java ppl gotta stick together ;)

regards gtloafer

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Dawn_ricoAuthor Commented:
hi gtloafer ,

nice phrase .. make me less stress ..

Gonna need ur help again. Pls look at my qn in MQSeries base Java configuration at http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?ta=java&qid=20143243

Thanks ..

Dawn.
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