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Home > Training > WebSphere MQ Entry Level > Technical Introduction to WebSphere MQ v7 Training

Technical Introduction to WebSphere MQ v7 Training

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Course#: WA1717

This is a one day technical overview of the functions available in the IBM WebSphere MQ V7 product on all platforms. This course is a prerequisite for other administration and programming courses. This course is lecture-based with some optional demonstrations and end of unit checkpoints.

  • Distributed queuing
  • MQI Programming
  • WebSphere MQ Security
  • System Management
  • Other communication styles and functional comparison of MQ with them.
What you will learn

At the completion of this course, the student should be able to:

    • Describe the functions and facilities of WebSphere MQ
    • Compare messaging and queuing to other communication styles
    • Understand the application programming API (MQI) and Java interfaces
    • Understand at a high level the systems management requirement
    • nderstand WebSphere MQ security
  WebSphere MQ system administrators, WebSphere MQ application programmers, and technical people considering WebSphere MQ.
  One day.

Outline of WA1717 Technical Introduction to WebSphere MQ v7 Training


  • Section: Outline
  • Concepts and Definitions
  • Time Independence
  • WMQ: MQI calls
  • WMQ: Sample MQI calls
  • Messaging Applications Design Asynchronous Model
  • Synchronous Model: Closed Loop Design
  • Asynchronous Model: Request/Reply
  • Publish/Subscribe Messaging Model
  • WMQ Message
  • Parallel Processing
  • Requester/Server Implementation
  • WMQ Objects
  • WMQ Queue Types
  • WMQ Triggering
  • WMQ Client
  • WMQ Client/Server Implementations
  • Local/Remote Message Delivery
  • Local and Remote Queues
  • Distributed Logical Unit of Work
  • WMQ Supported Platforms
  • What's New in V7 (1 of 3)
  • What's New in V7 (2 of 3)
  • What's New in V7 (3 of 3)

2. The Message Queue Interface (MQI)

  • Section: Outline
  • Accessing WMQ from Applications
  • WMQ MQI-Supported Languages
  • Preparing MQI Application Programs
  • WMQ: MQI calls
  • Notation
  • WMQ Program: Structure
  • WMQ Program: Sample Logic Flow
  • MQCONN Call
  • MQDISC Call
  • MQOPEN Call
  • Shared and Exclusive Access
  • MQCLOSE Call
  • MQPUT Call
  • MQPUT1 Call
  • MQGET Call
  • MQGET Message Options
  • Retrieval in FIFO Order
  • Callback functions in V7
  • MQINQ Call
  • MQSET Call
  • Publish/Subscribe Calls (V7 only)
  • Message Selectors (V7 only)
  • Message Properties in V7
  • The Message Descriptor
  • Fields in the Message Descriptor
  • Message Persistence
  • Message Priority
  • Message and Correlation Identifiers
  • Message Retrieval Using MsgID/CorrelID
  • Accessing Remote Queues
  • Application Use of Remote Queues
  • Report Messages
  • Message Expiry
  • Message Groups
  • Message Segmentation
  • Distribution List
  • Exercises

3. WebSphere MQ System Administration

  • Section: Outline
  • WMQ Administration Tasks
  • WMQ Installation
  • WMQ Administration: Code Bases
  • WMQ Administrative Interfaces
  • Basic WMQ Administration Tasks
  • Basic WMQ Administration tasks
  • Customize the Queue Manager
  • Logging and Recovery
  • Multi-Instance Queue Managers for HA (V7)
  • Exercises

4. Interconnected Systems: DQM

  • Section: Outline
  • Distributed Queue Management (DQM)
  • DQM Components
  • MCA: Pairs
  • Defining Channels
  • MCA: Types
  • Message Concentration
  • Message Segregation
  • Multiple Hops
  • Using a Message Router
  • Channel Exits
  • DQM: A Complete Picture
  • Application Data Conversion
  • WebSphere MQ Clusters
  • WMQ Clusters: Simple Cluster
  • WMQ Clusters: Workload Balancing
  • WMQ Clusters: Benefits
  • WMQ for z/OS: QSG
  • WMQ Publish/Subscribe
  • Exercises

5. Transactional Support

  • Section: Outline
  • Unit of Work
  • Resource Manager
  • Transaction Manager
  • WMQ Local Resources
  • WMQ + Global Resources
  • External Coordination of Global Units of Work


  • Section: Outline
  • Security Goals
  • Security Services
  • Implementing WMQ Security
  • Security Implementation in WMQ
  • WMQ API Access Control
  • WMQ Command Security
  • Source of WMQ User Identification
  • WMQ Message Context
  • WMQ Security Issues Example
  • Channel (MCA) Security
  • MCA Security Exits
  • WMQ Security Support: Summary
  • Exercises

7. WMQ and Enterprise Application Integration

  • Section: Outline
  • WMQ z/OS Connectivity Solutions
  • Accessing IMS Applications via WMQ
  • Accessing CICS/TS Applications on z/OS via WMQ
  • WebSphere MQ Transport for SOAP
  • WMQ Transport for SOAP: CICS Sample
  • WMQ Support for XMS
  • WMQ and Enterprise Application Integration
  • WebSphere Message Broker V7 (WMB)
  • WMB: Message Transformation
  • WMB: Message Routing
  • WMB: Functional View
  • WMB Components
Address Start Date End Date
Instructor Led Virtual 12/04/2017 12/04/2017
Instructor Led Virtual 02/12/2018 02/12/2018
We regularly offer classes in these and other cities. Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Montreal, New York City, Orlando, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington DC.
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