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Interfacing with MQSeries

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I have been requested to investigate linking SQL Server with MQSeries.  When a row is inserted into a table, we want to have a trigger forward the data to MQSeries which will queue the data and forward it elsewhere.  From what I have read, MQSeries is more of a programming API, which would have to be used in an external application.  Does anyone have experience using this product and interfacing it with MSSQL?  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

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You may be able to load the MQ Series component in the Trigger using the sp_OACreate, sp_OAMethod, etc. calls, but you would probably be better off, writing a VB app to do this.  This last will give you better control. The only problem with this approach is that you would have to poll the database on a scheduled basis.

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