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This PDF file describes how to develop applications that use the Configuration Manager Proxy Java API, which your applications can use to control broker domains through a remote interface to the Configuration Manager.
Configuration Administration and Security
This PDF file describes how to configure and administer the broker domain, and how to plan for and set up security for a WebSphere Message Broker application.
Deploying and Debugging
This PDF file describes how to deploy resources that you create in the workbench to execution groups on brokers in your broker domain, and how to test and debug message flow applications by using the flow application debugger of the Test Client.
End-user Application Support
This PDF file describes how you can connect a variety of end-user applications to WebSphere Message Broker by using a range of transports.
This PDF file describes how to use the Extended Structured Query Language (ESQL) programming language to define and manipulate data in a message flow.
This PDF file provides an overview of WebSphere Message Broker and what is new in this version, and describes how to get started with the product, and how to use the information center.
Managing Your Installation
This PDF file describes how to install complementary products to WebSphere Message Broker, and how to install service. It also describes how to uninstall various components. For guidance on installing the product, refer to the Installation Guide.
This PDF file describes how to develop message flows, ESQL, PHP, Java, and message mappings. It also describes how to work with Web services and how to process data from files.
This PDF file describes how to model a wide variety of message formats so that they can be understood by WebSphere Message Broker message flows.
This PDF file describes how to migrate and upgrade from previous versions of WebSphere Message Broker, and how it coexists with previous versions and other products.
This PDF file describes how to create and configure the resources that are required to develop a topology for your publish/subscribe applications and brokers, and how to develop applications that use the publish/subscribe method of messaging.
This PDF file describes how to diagnose and solve problems with WebSphere Message Broker, including how to use logs and trace, how to contact the IBM Support Center, and how to recover after failure.
This PDF file describes how to create and implement user-defined extensions to extend the function of WebSphere Message Broker. It describes how to create, package, and distribute user-defined nodes, parsers, and exits.
This PDF file describes the user messages returned by the WebSphere® Message Broker products listed below, with explanations and suggested actions. It is designed for use as a quick reference. This PDF file applies to WebSphere Message Broker V6.1.
This book explains how to plan and prepare for the installation of IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker Version 6.1.
Message Broker Quick Start Guide
WebSphere® Message Broker is a powerful information broker that allows both business data and information, in the form of messages, to flow between disparate applications, and across multiple hardware and software platforms.