WebSphere MQ Immersion Program

PT4234
Summary
The entire technical team will attend the first day of the program, and then select specific days that pertain to their particular job function. Project Managers, Team Leaders, Business Analysts, System Analysts Designers, System Architects, System Support Personnel, and Programmers will all benefit from this in-depth look at designing, building, deploying, and managing a WebSphere MQ project. This course will address the specific programming languages being deployed in your project, including COBOL, CICS, IMS, C, C++, Visual Basic/COM, Java/EJB, or JMS. Clients should select one or two programming languages from this list.
Prerequisites
Programming experience is required.
Duration
10 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for an entire WebSphere MQ project team.
Topics
  • Message Oriented Middleware
  • Asynchronous messaging
  • Installation
  • MQ Interface (MQI) and APIs
  • Putting/Getting messages
  • Message brokers and integration
  • Unit of Work processing
  • Transactional messaging with XA and TP monitors
  • Persistent/non-persistent messaging
  • Queue Managers
  • Q objects Queues, Channels, Processes, Queue Managers
  • MQSeries Channel setup
  • Process definitions and triggered applications
  • Triggering channels * Transactional messaging and database coordination
  • Tracking messages
  • MQ Client configuration
  • MQSeries cluster
  • Exits
  • Security
  • Error Handling
  • Monitoring MQ applications
  • Naming conventions
  • Tuning Networks Interfaces Bridges and adapters
  • Point-to-point messaging * Request/Reply
  • Publish/Subscribe
  • Message brokering
  • Sync point
  • Advanced messaging concepts
  • Security and Directory services
  • Pacs and add-ons
  • Clustering and Queue Share Groups
  • B2B processing
  • MQ Interface API
  • The MQ message descriptor
  • MQ Headers (Xmit, DLH)
  • Dead Letter
  • Queues/application error queues
  • Security context handling
  • Transactional messaging
  • Using MQ in an n-tiered e-Business architecture
  • Tracking messages
  • MQ client applications
  • The MQSeries Object Models
  • Distribution Lists
  • Message segmentation

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