WebSphere MQ Bridge for HTTP enables WebSphere MQ to be accessed using any HTTP client
WebSphere MQ Bridge for HTTP enables WebSphere MQ to be accessed using any HTTP client. In order to get started with this SupportPac as easily as possible we recommend that you download the samples (ma0y.samples.zip), which allows you to get started without setting up your own application server environment. If you have your own application server environment which you wish to use, download the WebSphere MQ Bridge for HTTP as a deployable servlet (ma0y.install.zip).
Withdrawn notice: This SupportPac has been withdrawn as WebSphere MQ v6 is End of Service.
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A user wishes to remotely access WebSphere MQ messages from an environment that is not available using other WebSphere MQ clients. Guaranteed delivery is not required.
A user wishes to remotely access an existing WebSphere MQ application but that cost of WebSphere MQ client deployment is prohibitive. Guaranteed delivery is not required.
Skill Level Required
Simple HTTP protocol programming in the language of choice.
Administration of a J2EE environment.
New in this Release
• Support for setting/getting user properties on/from a WebSphere MQ message.
• Support for POSTing/GETing/DELETEing messages of different types.
• Support for additional HTTP 1.1 headers (Content-Location, Content-Range, Server)
• Support for selecting messages based on Message ID
Author: Matthew Whitehead, WebSphere MQ Development, Hursley
Last Updated: 19Feb08
Current SupportPac Version: 1.1
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HTTP enabled server with J2EE 1.4 and JCA 1.5 support.
In order to get started with this SupportPac as easily as possible we recommend that you download ma0y.samples.zip first. After download, unzip the package into a directory of choice. Follow the instructions in docs/ma0y.pdf, Chapter 6 "WebSphere MQ Bridge for HTTP samples".
Once you're confident with this feature we then suggest that you download the main product (ma0y.install.zip).
Unzip the installation file into a directory of your choice and follow the instructions in docs/ma0y.pdf.
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