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IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.0 Administration Guide by Steve Robinson

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Summary

In this chapter, we learned that WebSphere Application Server provides a level of abstraction to messaging configuration by allowing resources to be referenced by JNDI. We deployed a message-enabled application, which required a queue connection factory and queue destination, which it used to send and receive messages. Also, in this chapter, we discussed how to configure SiBus members to use either a file store or a data store and outlined the pros and cons of each.

We then covered how to install WebSphere MQ and learned how to create a queue manager and a queue. We then covered how to re-map our application's resource references to re-point the application to use MQ messaging subsystem, as opposed to the internal messaging subsystem.

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