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How to install Teradata WebSphere MQ Access Module MQ 5.2 on AIX server

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How to I install Teradata WebSphere MQ Access Module MQ 5.2 on AIX server. My AIX server oslevel is 6100-06-03-1048. Please provide proper resources and instruction procedure for installation.

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Here are general teradata installation instructions (AIX platform):

http://developer.teradata.com/doc/tools/ttu/install/topic/14_00_HelpIBMAIXDVD/AboutInstallingToWinLinuxUNIXfmMedia.html

And this is for WebSphere MQ Access Module in particular:

http://developer.teradata.com/doc/tools/ttu/install/index.jsp?topic=%2F14_00_IndividualInstallsLinux%2FInstallingMQAM.html

Please be aware that you must already have installed IBM WebSphere® MQ 5.2 on the AIX machine.

The AM is just a single library, so installation should be easy:

http://developer.teradata.com/doc/tools/ttu/install/topic/14_00_IndividualInstallsLinux/WebSphereAMFiles.html

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How to confirm or check the websphere that already installed on the system.
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lslpp -l | grep mqm

mqm.base.runtime

mqm.server.rte

and/or
mqm.client.rte
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I have type lslpp -l | grep mqm, but I didn't get  nothing. If I need to install from the beginning,according to my system os level which MQ version should be best.
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I just don't understand what you're really after.

Who told you to install the Access Module?

This module doesn't have any value as such, it is completely useless without an accompanying Websphere MQ installation.

So your first question should have been: Do we want/need Websphere MQ? For what purpose?

Later, very much later, when MQ is installed, configured and tested you could have
decided that it would be fine having the Access Module, and this would have been the point in time where to ask your question.

Websphere MQ is a separately licensed (subject to charge) product from IBM. Do you have a license?

Here is the Infocenter, including a Quick Beginners Guide:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wmqv6/v6r0/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.mq.branding.doc%2Fhelp_home_wmq.htm
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Thank you for your suggestions and instruction.

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