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From peterjca <pete...@ukgateway.net>
Subject RE: ActiveMQ integration with WebSphere MQ
Date Tue, 31 May 2011 18:37:26 GMT
The client most definitely doesn't want a security hole opened up with a
SVRCONN (the channel type you get by default when you don't specify the
channel property at all on the MQ connection factory).

Is there a secure bi-directional communication alternative between ActiveMQ
and WMQ, or is the only answer for the client to purchase another copy of
WMQ and for us to forget about ActiveMQ? The requirement is for our
application to use a local messaging server so that the application is
completely unaffected by any downtime their WMQ might suffer. Any knowledge
of their WMQ is configured within the local messaging server and not within
our application.

I have no experience with message server integration, let alone with any of
the WMQ products. Apologies if I'm straying off course.


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