WITHDRAWN: MD0B: WebSphere MQ - Exit Demonstrator
This SupportPac provides a demonstration tool which allows exit programming interfaces to be shown in a graphical way.
This tool aids understanding of the interfaces before coding of an exit even begins.
This exit demonstrator can be used to show the programming interfaces of various exits available in WebSphere MQ. This allows the user to interact with the exit and therefore with various functions in WebSphere MQ, the channels for example, without coding the exit from the beginning.
This SupportPac could be used as a demo or a Teaching Aid.
SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED
A basic understanding of exit set-up, although detailed instructions are provided.
NEW IN THIS RELEASE
» This is a new release.
Author: Morag Hughson
Last Updated: 12Jun03
Current Version: 1.0
»Please note that the version number shown in the right-hand pane is the version of the MQ or WBI product that this SupportPac applies to. The date is the last webpage refresh.
This SupportPac requires:
» Windows NT, 2000 or XP to run Graphical Display
» TCP/IP for connectivity
» WebSphere MQ for use of exits
To install the SupportPac on Windows:
» Copy md0b.zip to a temporary directory.
» Uncompress using InfoZip's Unzip .
» This will create the necessary files. If you use other unzip programs, ensure you specify the option to re-create stored directories.
» You may delete md0b.zip
Usage and implementation instructions are provided in the User Guide
The link below contains more information in PDF format. Refer to URL:
http://www.adobe.com for an Adobe Acrobat PDF viewer.
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