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WebSphere MQ Training Syllabus in Bangalore
WebSphere MQ Course Content
Introduction to message queues
Types of MQ Messages
Client and Server Platforms
Discussion on the Importance of Queue Manager
Classification of Queues
Classification of Channels
Message Channel Agent
Message Queue Interface
Introduction to MQ EXPLORER
Creating a Queue Manager
Creating a Queue
Sending a message to your local Queue
To View what is on a queue
Browsing a message to a local queue for MQMD
Discussion on Default objects
Identify features of the message queue interface
Identify features of the MQCONN and MQCONNX calls used to connect to a queue manager
Features of the MQOPEN and MQCLOSE calls
Match message descriptor fields with their description
Features of the MQPUT and MQPUT1 calls
Features of the MQGET call.
Features of the MQBEGIN, MQCMT and MQBACK calls.
Features of a distribution list.
Setting a Trigger
The arrival of a message
Sending a message to a Remote Queue
Creating a Transmission Queue
Creating a Remote queue
Creating a Listener
Creating a Sender/Receiver Channel
Creating a Server/Requester Channel
Discussion on the Stages of the channel.
Troubleshooting the issues related to Channels
Defining an Alias Queue
Defining a Model Queue
Modifying an Existing Queue Properties via command mode
Modifying the QM properties via command mode
Remove all Messages from a Queue
Deleting a Queue
Secure Sockets Layer
Obtaining a Certificate
Installing the Certificate
Discussion on Authentication Mechanism
Enabling Message-level Security
Creating Persistent/Non-Persistent Messages
Types Of Logging
Checking the Logging Information
Dead Letter Queue Implementation
Backup & Recovery
Taking the backup of configuration
Restoring the Configuration
MQ (MESSAGE QUEUE)
Cluster Sender And Receiver Channels
Various Cluster Commands