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hello
I have a ibm websphere client server setup .
I managed to connect to the remote queue on the server directly,
but I need to connect [from the client] to a channel on the server that is connected to the queue on the server.
How do I configure that?

thank you
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by:Gary Patterson
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I think you mean Websphere MQ (WMQ).  "Websphere", but itself usually refers to Websphere Application Server (WAS).

When you say "from the client", what do you mean?  A client application?  If so, what programming language are you using?
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What I mean is that there is an ibm websphere client machine and an ibm websphere server machine that has a remote queue.right now the connection is directly with the remote queue.

Can I use a channel in the websphere slient that will send the messages to the server and then be redirected to the queue?
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Yes.  Have you looked at the product documentation?  It outlines the process of installing and testing the client from the command line, and provides code samples for doing it from code.

For example, for WMQ 7.5:

http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wmqv7/v7r5/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.mq.ins.doc%2Fq008960_.htm
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by:pulke13
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yes I looked at the documentation.  I thought that maybe it is possible to configure it in a different way.
thank you.
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Different how?
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by:pulke13
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by using a channel that will connect the client to the server instead of connected directly to the remote queue .
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Yes, you can do that, provided there is a properly-configured server connection channel between servers:

Client <--> MQserver1 <--(SVRCONN)- -> MQserver2

http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wmqv7/v7r5/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.mq.adm.doc%2Fq020440_.htm
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this is still not what I meant but thank you:)
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