WebSphere MQ V7.0 Features and Enhancements

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Published 23 January 2009, updated 26 January 2009

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ISBN-10: 0738432202
ISBN-13: 9780738432205
IBM Form #: SG24-7583-00
(434 pages)

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Authors: Saida Davies, Glenn Baddeley, Martin Cernicky, Brian Cuttell, Ruchir P Jha, Bulent Sapolyo, Akhila Shivaprasad, Vicente Suarez, Lohitashwa Thyagaraj


This IBM® Red paper books® publication is divided into three parts:

* Part 1, "Introduction" on page1, provides an introduction to message-oriented middleware and the WebSphere® MQ product. We discuss the concept of messaging, explaining what is new in WebSphere MQ V7.0 and how it is implemented. An overview is provided on how it fits within the service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework.
* Part 2, "WebSphere MQ V7.0 enhancements and changes" on page 41, explains the new WebSphere MQ V7.0 features and enhancements in detail and includes compatibility and the migration considerations from the previous supported versions.
* Part 3, "Scenario” on page253, contains a scenario that demonstrates how the new features and enhancements work and how to use them. The sample programs and scripts used for this scenario are available for download by following the instructions in Appendix B, "Additional material" on page379.

Table of contents

Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Overview
Chapter 2. Concepts of messaging
Chapter 3. Introduction to WebSphere MQ
Part 2. WebSphere MQ V7.0 enhancements and changes
Chapter 4. Publish/Subscribe integration
Chapter 5. WebSphere MQ Client enhancements
Chapter 6. Message Queue Interface extensions
Chapter 7. WebSphere MQ Java Message Service enhancements
Chapter 8. Administration enhancements
Chapter 9. Publish/Subscribe management
Chapter 10. WebSphere MQ Bridge for HTTP
Chapter 11. z/OS enhancements
Chapter 12. Installation and migration
Part 3. Scenario
Chapter 13. Scenario overview
Chapter 14. Scenario preparation
Chapter 15. Scenario: Supplier pricing using Pub/Sub
Chapter 16. Scenario: Store ordering with JMS
Chapter 17. Scenario: News using client
Chapter 18. Scenario: Web ordering over HTTP
Chapter 19. Scenario: Warehousing using call back
Appendix A. Scenario preparation scripts
Appendix B. Additional material

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