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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ integration with WebSphere MQ
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2011 09:54:32 GMT
ActiveMQ will deal with the local "buffering", the bridge is a jms
consumer/producer or producer/consumer and in the case of erroring out
of client connections (SVRCONN), it will reconnect and resume. Any
pending messages will remain on the local ActiveMQ broker.


On 1 June 2011 10:42, andypiper <andypiperuk@gmail.com> wrote:
> Simply because I don't know of another messaging server that will connect to
> a WMQ queue manager over sender/receiver channels, and if you use client
> connections (SVRCONN) you'll have no local queueing and have to handle
> connection broken error conditions in your app.
>
> Again, I may be misunderstanding how AMQ behaves here... If it's possible to
> use AMQ as your local queueing infrastructure and have that do the
> "buffering"/ bridging to WMQ as we discussed then ignore my assertion that
> you need WMQ both sides :-)
>
> Hope I've not confused everyone too much, I'm learning here too!
>
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> Andy Piper
> IBM WebSphere Messaging Community Lead
> http://andypiper.co.uk
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