This course will use both instructor-led discussions and hands-on workshops to demonstrate the capabilities of programming Java applications using IBM’s MQSeries. Within this course, each student will be exposed to the following topics; the major components of an MQSeries installation (both local and remote), install the MQSeries client, develop MQSeries Java program using RAD v6.0, connect to queue manager, MQI API, both read and send MQSeries messages, perform exception handling, understand the role of Java Messaging Services (JMS), transactions and MQ syncpoints, security in the MQ environment and MQ triggering.
Each student should have a basic understanding of the internet and have been exposed to the Java programming language.
Lecture and Lab
Designed for beginning and intermediate Java developers that will be using application messaging using MQSeries and Java.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
- Understand the capabilities of MQSeries and
- Depict the architecture of the MQ environment:
Queue Managers, Channels, Local and Remote Queues
and MQ clustering
- Design, build Java applications for MQSeries
- Connect and disconnect to MQ queue Manager
- Perform following tasks with messages; getting/putting,
replies and reports and use of context variables
- Highlight the role of the MQI API for application
- Depict the role of all MQI commands for accessing
- Understand the use of transactions with MQSeries
- Illustrate the process for performing data
- Understand the role of triggering in MQSeries
- Depict the use of Message groups
- Illustrate the role of security in MQSeries
- Define usage of Message segmentation
- Depict the role of distribution lists
- Demonstrate the role of MQ security