IBM WebSphere MQ V7.5 Application Development (Linux Labs) - WM505G

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IBM WebSphere MQ V7.5 Application Development (Linux Labs) training explains how to issue calls that use the WebSphere MQ API (MQI). This intermediate level training imparts the knowledge and skills to write code for executing various functions including opening/closing of queues, putting on/retrieving messages from a queue. This course gives a brief introduction of WebSphere MQ and delivering in-depth knowledge on the introduction to MQI. The Linux lab environment is provided to execute this course and the programs are written in C.

At the end of this WM505G training, you will exhibit the following skill set:

  • Understand the use of MQI
  • Describes how to generate correctly formatted request and reply messages
  • Use the message ID and correlation ID
  • Handle MQI security and asynchronous message consumptions
  • Manage message channels
  • Identify the difference in using the MQI across the various WebSphere MQ platforms
  • Use syncpoint control calls (MQBEGIN, MQCMIT, and MQBACK)
Target audience
  • Business application developers/programmers
Prerequisites

Candidates having experience in developing business application programs in C and basic understanding of the messaging and queuing model and its implementation in WebSphere MQ.

Moreover, the candidate must have successfully completed Technical Introduction to IBM WebSphere MQ.

  • 1. Course introduction
  • 2. Overview
  • 3. Exercise: Working with WebSphere MQ objects
  • 4. Using the MQCONN, MQOPEN, MQCLOSE, and MQDISC calls
  • 5. Using MQPUT
  • 6. Exercise: Using MQPUT to create messages
  • 7. Opening queues, message descriptor, and message properties
  • 8. Using the MQGET and MQPUT1 calls
  • 9. Exercise: Working with messages
  • 10. Controlling message retrieval
  • 11. Exercise: Creating dynamic queues and managing Request messages
  • 12. Exercise: Getting and setting message properties
  • 13. MQI security
  • 14. Using MQINQ and MQSET
  • 15. Exercise: Working with queue attributes: MQINQ and MQSET
  • 16. Transaction support and triggering
  • 17. Exercise: Units of work: RESPOND and triggering MQTMCGET
  • 18. Message groups and segmentation
  • 19. Asynchronous message consumption
  • 20. Exercise: Asynchronous consumption of WebSphere MQ messages
  • 21. Course summary

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