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I want to develop an J2SE application. But the data for this has to be obtained from MQ.
Does anyone know how to develop a J2SE application using MQ.

I am aware of queue setting in J2EE application.

just not sure where to start from and place the queue and queue connection factory settings in j2se appl.

Any help would be highly acknowledged.
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any sample code snippet would really be appreciated...
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please check the first 2 links, they have given some examples with explanation.
Let me know if you have found them inadequate and need something specific
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Thanks Gurvinder and ksivananth. Will try and let you know the results
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If you require additional assistance, please provide details on the JMS server you are trying to access (vendor name, exact version) as the connection details for each one is different (JNDI provider URL, JNDI initial context factory,...).
A very useful open source and free tool in JMS trouble shooting and management is HermesJMS - http://www.hermesjms.com/confluence/display/HJMS/Home 
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