IBM WebSphere MQ Training
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Our IBM WebSphere MQ basic components and the path that messages follow when they are exchanged between applications. You also learn how IBM MQ administrative responsibilities can include the management of topic-based publish/subscribe messaging, managed file transfer, and deployments to the cloud. Topics include an overview of the support that IBM MQ provides for security, publish/subscribe, high availability, administration, logging, auditing, managed file transfer, MQTT, and cloud options.
IBM WebSphere MQ Training Course Syllabus
✔ What is Message Queue
✔ What is a Message and Queue
✔ Types of Messages
✔ Synchronous Vs Asynchronous
✔ Installation Overview
✔ Creating Users and Groups
✔ Product Directory Structure
✔ Disk Space requirements
✔ Installing Server
✔ Supports Pacs
✔ Uninstalling Server
✔ Migration and Upgradation
✔ Creating Queue Manager
✔ Starting Queue Manager
✔ Stopping Queue Manager
✔ Deleting Queue Manager
✔ Displaying Queue Manager Status
✔ Queue Manager Properties
✔ Automatic Startup
✔ Communicating between Queue Managers
✔ Local Queue
✔ Transmission Queue
✔ Remote Queue
✔ Alias Queue
✔ Model Queue
✔ Queue Default Options
✔ Types of Channels
✔ Channel Pairing
✔ Channel Triggering
✔ Channel Triggering
✔ Initiation Queues
✔ Trigger Event and Trigger Condition
✔ Application Triggering
✔ Trigger Monitor
✔ Advantages of Clustering
✔ Cluster Repository
✔ Clustering Best Practices
✔ Cluster Work Load Balancing
✔ Sending Message to a Cluster Queue
✔ Remove Cluster Queue Manager from Cluster
✔ High Availability Cluster
✔ Security Objectives
✔ Achieving Security Objectives thru WMQ
✔ General Security Principals
✔ Channel Security with SSL
✔ Channel Authority Records
✔ Why MQ Client
✔ MQ Client Configurations
✔ MQ Channel Definition Table
✔ Types of Logging
✔ Logging Configuration
✔ Log sizing
✔ Log Archiving
✔ Troubleshooting Steps
✔ Backing up MQ Configuration and Data
✔ Checkpoint Recovery
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IBM WebSphere MQ Training FAQ'S
QueueManager is a primary component of WebSphere MQ or WMQ. QueueManager is responsible for storing and routing messages to other Queue Manager within MQ and it also communicate with outside world e.g. Java program or any other MQ client.
In WebSphere MQ or WMQ, Queue Manager use the channel to transmit messages to other QueueManager. Channel carries one way traffic in MQ Series (i.e. channels are uni directional). You can have either sending channel or receiving channel in MQ.
Dead letter Queue in WebSphere MQ is a queue that is used by QueueManager to archive messages for a nonexistent queue. For example of QueueManager QMGR, receives messages for queue ABC and if it didn't exist on that QueueMangaer then message will be routed to dead letter queue.
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Another interesting and frequently asked WebSphere MQ Interview Question. You can easily answer this MQ question if you connected MQ via SSL. SSLPEER is a String usually DN (Distinguished Name) of MQ Client which connects to QueueManager securely using QueueManager. This is a mechanism WMQ uses to identify clients. In the case of Java or JMS clients, SSLPEER is DN of client certificate stored in its keyStore and sent to the server during SSL handshake.
This MQ Interview question is not common or frequently asked, but good to know. If MQ clients sits on same physical server where QueueManager is located then it can create binding connection which is relatively faster than client connection, which is usually created by MQ clients residing on same network but not same host. Most application uses MQ client connection to connect QueueMangaer, which is easy and flexible.