25 Apr, 2015
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Audience

The course is designed for IT Architects and those responsible for designing the MQ Infrastructure, it is not intended for Administrators or Application Programmers.

Prerequisites

No previous knowledge of MQ at any level is required.

Duration

2 days. Hands on.

This course is available on site only. Please call for details.

Course Objectives

The course is designed to teach how to design simple and sophisticated systems using MQ. The course can be delivered for a specific platform, or can cover all platforms, and the contents adjusted accordingly, up to Version 7 of MQ. An overview of the Integration Bus product is also provided, where necessary.

On completion delegates will be able to:

  • Understand the terms and terminology involved in the MQ product.
  • Appreciate the objects available at their disposal.
  • Design a sound and efficient MQ messaging environment.

Course Content

Introduction to Message Queues

Types of MQ System

Objects
Queue Manager.
Queues.
Messages.
Namelist.
Process Definition.
Channels.
Message Channel Agent.
Message Queue Interface.

Types of Queue
Local.
Remote.
Model.
Alias.

Types of Message
Datagram/Request/Reply/Report.
Persistent/Non Persistent.
Poison Messages.
Sending a message to a Remote Queue.
Message Hopping.
Practical Exercise.

The Dead Letter Queue
Reasons why a message should/not appear.
Creation.
Dead Letter Queue Handler.
Dead Letter Queue Handler Set of Rules File.
Practical Exercise.

Triggering
Every.
First.
Depth.
Trigger Requirements.
Setting a Trigger.
Initiation queue.
Trigger Monitor.
Triggered Process.
The arrival of a message.

Clusters
Repository.
Subscriptions and Publications.
Cluster Sender & Receiver Channels.
Affinity.
Binding.
Clwluseq.
User Exits.
Netpry.
Ranking.
Weighing.
Adding to a cluster.
Various Cluster Commands.
Alias and Remote Queue Definitions.
Overlapping Clusters.
Removing.

Security
Access Control.
OAM (Object Authority Manager).
MCA Exits.
Message Context.
API Crossing Exit.
SSL.

Message Broker Overview

Accounting

 

NOTE: IBM MQ was formally known as WebSphereMQ and is still sometimes referred to by this name.

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