WebSphere Information Integrator Q Replication: Fast Track Implementation Scenarios

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Published on April 08, 2005, updated January 16, 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738492434
ISBN-13: 9780738492438
IBM Form #: SG24-6487-00


Authors: Nagraj Alur, Rich Briddell, Donna Kelsey and Naoko Takaya

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication provides an overview of WebSphere Information Integrator Q replication, and provides guidelines for exploiting its high throughput, low latency, and other capabilities in the design and implementation of high-availability and high-performance distributed business solutions on the z/OS and AIX platforms. It also describes a step-by-step approach to implementing bidirectional and peer-to-peer replication solutions in a two-server environment on the z/OS and AIX platforms.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1: Introduction to replication technologies

    Chapter 2: WebSphere Information Integrator Q replication overview

    Chapter 3: Bidirectional Q replication on z/OS platforms

    Chapter 4: Peer-to-peer Q replication on z/OS platforms

    Chapter 5: Bidirectional Q replication on AIX platforms

    Chapter 6: Peer-to-peer Q replication on AIX platforms

    Appendix A: WebSphere MQ overview

    Appendix B: Template for topology and configuration information

    Appendix C: Dead letter queues in a Q replication environment

    Appendix D: Common troubleshooting setup problems

    Appendix E: Startup and shutdown scripts for WebSphere MQ and Q replication

    Appendix F: Tables used in Q replication scenarios

    Appendix G: Communicating with Q replication programs in z/OS

    Appendix H. Cataloging remote database servers

     

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