Interoperation with IBM MQ
We can enable JMS interaction with an IBM MQ network using the IBM MQ messaging provider. Service integration can also provide interoperation through an IBM MQ link or an IBM MQ server.
- Comparison of architectures
- Comparison of key features
- Key IBM MQ concepts
- How messages are passed between service integration and an IBM MQ network
- Comparison of WAS and IBM MQ messaging
- IBM MQ as an external JMS messaging provider
- IBM MQ link between a service integration bus and IBM MQ
- IBM MQ server (Deprecated)
For more information about IBM MQ, see the IBM MQ library.
When a WAS process or an application client process starts, and while this process is running, an amount of processing is performed to allow it to support IBM MQ-related functionality such as the IBM MQ messaging provider. By default this processing is performed regardless of whether any IBM MQ-related functionality is ever used. If we do not need to take advantage of any IBM MQ functionality, it is possible to disable all IBM MQ functionality in an application server or client process to give increased performance. See Disabling IBM MQ functionality in WAS.
- Configure the IBM MQ messaging provider
- Use IBM MQ links to connect a bus to an IBM MQ network
- Use IBM MQ server to integrate IBM MQ queues into a bus
- IBM MQ libraries and the WAS for z/OS STEPLIB
- Disabling IBM MQ functionality in WAS
IBM MQ library