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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide by Steve Robinson

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Configuring MQ link

A WebSphere MQ link connects one service integration messaging engine, called the gateway messaging engine, to one WebSphere MQ queue manager or queue-sharing group, called the gateway queue manager.

All messaging engines in the service integration bus use the gateway messaging engine to route messages to and from the WebSphere MQ network; all queue managers and queue-sharing groups in the WebSphere MQ network use the gateway queue manager to route messages to and from the service integration bus.

Typically, a WebSphere MQ link consists of two TCP/IP connections:

  • The WebSphere MQ link sender channel, which carries messages from a SiBus to WebSphere MQ
  • The WebSphere MQ link receiver channel, which carries messages from WebSphere ...

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