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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: Can Camel communicate over IBM MQ sender/receiver channels?
Date Fri, 27 May 2011 08:37:07 GMT
On Friday, May 27, 2011, peterjca <> wrote:
> Hi Ashwin,
> Thanks for the response. However, I don't think this is what I need as this
> appears to simply be a queue to queue communication which I can already do
> with ActiveMQ. My situation has a connection factory that looks like:
>             <bean class="">
>                      <property name="transportType" value="1"/>
>                     <property name="hostName" value="localhost"/>
>                     <property name="port" value="1414"/>
>                     <property name="queueManager" value="QM_TEST"/>
>                     <property name="channel" value="QM_RECEIVER_CHANNEL"/>
>             </bean>
> Without Camel playing a role, this is what I experience:
> o without the channel property I can do queue to queue as I mentioned above.
> That solution is not acceptable as all communications must be via the
> sender/receiver channels. I know this exchange does not involve the receiver
> channel as I have tested this scenario with the channel stopped.
> o with the channel property I get exceptions from the Websphere side about
> remote channels not being of the correct type when ActiveMQ starts. I assume
> that's because MQ channels are an IBM invention and not a JMS concept, and
> are therefore not dealt with correctly just by having a connection factory
> defined as above. (If the channel is a server connection type then all is
> well, but that doesn't satisfy the requirements.)
> So now I'm turning to abstractions on top of JMS for solutions, such as
> Camel, ServiceMix etc. Is there an abstraction in Camel (or anywhere else)
> that allows me to deal with the QM_RECEIVER_CHANNEL?

No there is not. That channel stuff is ibm specific. Camel supports jms.

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