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From alexashlokys <alexshlo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How can I connect to Websphere MQ?
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2018 19:10:26 GMT
please try this.
To create a connection factory, a queue connection factory, or a topic
connection factory for use with the WebSphere MQ messaging provider, use the
administrative console to complete the following steps. You can choose
either to enter all the required connection information using the Create
WebSphere MQ JMS resource wizard or to use a client channel definition table
(CCDT) to establish a connection to the WebSphere MQ messaging provider. 
Procedure how to connect WebSphere MQ: 
In the navigation pane, select the type of connection factory you want to
create: 
To create a connection factory, click Resources > JMS->Connection factories. 
To create a queue connection factory, click Resources > JMS->Queue
connection factories. 
To create a topic connection factory, click Resources > JMS->Topic
connection factories. 
Select the Scope setting corresponding to the scope of the connection
factory that you want to create. 
Click New in the content pane to start the Create WebSphere MQ JMS resource
wizard. 
Select WebSphere MQ messaging provider, then click OK. 
On the "Configure basic attributes" page, specify the following properties,
then click Next. 
Name 
The name by which this connection factory is known for administrative
purposes within WebSphere Application Server. 
JNDI name 
The name that is used to bind this connection factory into the Java Naming
and Directory Interface (JNDI) namespace. 
Description 
Optional. A description of this connection factory for administrative
purposes within WebSphere Application Server. 
On the "Select connection method" page, choose how you want to specify the
connection details for to the WebSphere MQ messaging provider by selecting
one of the following options, then click Next. 
Enter all the required information into this wizard 
Choosing this option takes you to the "Supply queue manager details" page
(see step 7), where you can start entering the connection details using the
Create WebSphere MQ JMS resource wizard. 
Use a client channel definition table 
Choosing this option takes you to the "Specify client channel definition
table" page (see step 8), where you can enter details of the client channel
definition table that you want to use. 
If you have chosen to enter all the required information using the wizard,
complete the following steps: 
On the "Supply queue manager details" page, enter the name of the queue
manager or queue-sharing group that you want to connect to then click Next. 
On the "Enter connection details" page, specify the details for the
connection, then click Next to continue to the "Test connection" page. You
can choose either to enter host and port information separately, or enter
host and port information in the form of a connection name list. You must
only choose the option to use a connection name list if you are creating a
connection to a multi-instance queue manager. You must not use this option
for connections to non-multi-instance queue managers as that can result in
transaction integrity issues. 

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