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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide by Steve Robinson

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Chapter 7. WebSphere Messaging

Applications which require messaging are common, and you should understand what WAS can do for Java Messaging and/or WebSphere MQ (WMQ)-based messaging. There are various ways in which WAS can be configured to support the messaging needs of applications. In this chapter, we will learn how to configure WAS to support typical messaging requirements. We will cover how to administer the Java Message Service (JMS) through creating Queue Connection Factories(QCF) and Queue Destinations (QD). We will also cover how to configure WAS so that an application can communicate with a remote WMQ queue, giving an example along the way of how WMQ can be used as part of your WAS messaging implementation.

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