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Java Program to communicate with MQSeries Server without using MQSeries client.

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Hello,

I want to write a Java Program that should communicate with MQSeries server. Can I do it with using only JMS and not using MQSeries Client.

I will appreciate if some one has sample code.
Thanks
Bal2004
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goolee earned 500 total points
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Hi,
No, it's not must to use JMS when connecting to MQSeries from a java class.
To connect to MQSeries as a java client you need to do:
1. define Q manager.
2. define Q.
3. define MQ CHANNEL with chltype(SVRCONN). very importent for connection as a client through tcp connection

after define all 3 points start the listener by typing:
runmqlsr -t tcp [-m QMNAME] -p 1414

Now, in the java programm you need to create instance of mqmanager and set mqenvironment properties.
in the following link you can find more details:
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/integration/mqfamily/library/manualsa/csqzaw04/csqzaw0r.htm#HDRCSQ771Y
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