MA0J provides a simple and convenient method for MQSeries V5.1 users to put messages to a queue.
This SupportPac provides a simple and convenient method for MQSeries V5.1 users to put messages to a queue. Using the graphical user interface provided by this SupportPac, users can easily connect locally or remotely to an MQSeries server, create message data from a file or from manually entered text, modify the message descriptor fields, and control the context information associated with a message.
The SupportPac allows users to put messages to MQSeries queues. Since this utility is written purely in Java, it can be used on any platform which supports MQSeries Version 5.1. Application developers can use this SupportPac to learn how MQSeries handles various input to the MQPUT call. Application architects can use this SupportPac to determine the best approach for specifying the message descriptor fields. Testers can use this SupportPac to control messages put on queues.
Last Updated: 6Feb02
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This SupportPac requires:
- MQSeries base Java code
- Java Runtime Environment 1.1+
- Access to an MQSeries Server
To install the SupportPac:
- Create a temporary directory on the target computer
- Copy ma0j.zip to this directory
-.Follow the instructions in the User Guide to complete the installation and for usage details
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Category 2 SupportPacs are provided in good faith and AS-IS. There is no warranty or further service implied or committed and any supplied sample code is not supported via IBM product service channels.
Please read the LICENSE2 TXT file that accompanies the SupportPac to determine if you want to use it.
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