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Figure 5-23 Create a new alias destination
13.Save all changes, log off, and restart the server.
5.2.2 Configure WebSphere MQ
Let us configure the objects in WebSphere MQ using the same techniques
shown in “WebSphere MQ configuration” on page 110:
1. Create a new queue manager named MQ with 1414 as the listener port.
2. Create the following queues.
RESULT: Local queue
SOURCE: Remote queue definition targeting TARGET in WAS
REQUEST: Remote queue definition targeting REPLY in WAS
WAS: Transmission queue

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