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IBM MQ :: Application Programming (I)

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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
4 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
The course provides a foundation for further Websphere MQ training and is a prerequisite for our more advanced classes of Websphere MQ Application Programming and Websphere MQ Administration.

Target Audience:
Application programmers with a need to develop and maintain computer programs using the MQSeries product family.

Recommended Prerequisites:
The participant should have a conceptual knowledge of MQ, such as might be gained in the Introduction to MQ class, and skills in the language and programming environment he or she will use for writing MQ applications.

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • List the main options to be considered when designing a message queuing application
  • Prepare and run MQ programs on the chosen platform
  • Establish connections to MQ queue managers
  • Open predefined and dynamic queues
  • Pass data between MQ programs using queues
  • Pass reply messages, confirmation messages and exception messages, and correlate them
        with the request messages
  • Use selection criteria for picking messages from a queue in a specific order
  • Debug MQ programs
  • Navigate the MQ documentation

    Key Topics:

  • MQ Overview and Application Design Models
  • MQ API Usage
  • Message IDs and Correlation IDs
  • Request and Reply Messages
  • Using Syncpoints
  • Process Triggering
  • MQINQ and MQSET Calls
  • Using Distribution Lists

    Last modified: 29-Jun-2016

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