WMQ, JMS Provider Version

Posted on 2014-01-13
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Last Modified: 2014-01-21
I have a new WMQ server on a new machine

I have a client jar, taht include WMQ client jars

I replaced the old client jars with the jars into my master client jar


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However, when I run my client, I see the following:

    JMS Provider Name=IBM WebSphere MQ 
    Provider Version= 
    Provider Major Version=7 
    Provider Minor Version=0 

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I am sure the program is connecting to the correct, and that the new client jars are  

Am I correct in believing that the Product Version should be instead of

    Provider Version=

I need to ensure I am using the correct jar files,  how should I proceed?

Question by:Los Angeles1
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by:Radek Baranowski
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what exactly do you do, (commands, paths, directories in which you run your commands)

please be more specific.

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by:Los Angeles1
ID: 39779474
I run the client, and the client will report which version its using apparently by using the
getProviderName(). in the  Class MQConnectionMetaData in the package Package com.ibm.mq.jms, which I assume is contained inside the com.ibm.mqjms.jar

The client outputs the following:

    Provider Version=

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Los Angeles1 earned 0 total points
ID: 39786882
Not if the MQConnectionMetaData class constructors are deprecated

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by:Los Angeles1
ID: 39796436
Found the answer

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