Robert Broderick | 3 Oct 18:59 2007
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Broker SMS delivery

I have a client who has on their requirement list a delivery of a message via SMS. Has, or is, anyone been confronted by this and provided a solution. I would like to hear what was done. I have been searching and have as yet to find any mention of this via the Broker.
 
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Ian.Steyn | 3 Oct 21:53 2007

Re: Broker SMS delivery


Bobbee,

Take a look at this.
http://www.pcs305.com/node/154

It is an SMS gateway solution.

Ian
 


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I have a client who has on their requirement list a delivery of a message via SMS. Has, or is, anyone been confronted by this and provided a solution. I would like to hear what was done. I have been searching and have as yet to find any mention of this via the Broker.

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Thomas, Don | 4 Oct 00:25 2007
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Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

Pkginfo | grep mq

application ISWSBMC7A                        mqSeriesExtraSizeInfo
application WSBMC4AA                         mqSeriesClientUnixInstall
application WSBMC6AA                         mqSeriesClientSunConfig
application WSBMCAA                          mqSeriesClient
application WSBMQ1AA                         mqSeriesSetupFileComponent
application WSBMQ2AA                         mqSeriesBinComponent
application WSBMQ3AA                         mqSeriesLibFilesComponent


I'm not the only support person for this box and I'd like to know what this stuff is.

Don Thomas
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David C. Partridge | 4 Oct 10:15 2007

Re: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

Part of BMC Patrol perchance ? 

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Subject: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

Pkginfo | grep mq 

application ISWSBMC7A                        mqSeriesExtraSizeInfo 
application WSBMC4AA                         mqSeriesClientUnixInstall 
application WSBMC6AA                         mqSeriesClientSunConfig 
application WSBMCAA                          mqSeriesClient 
application WSBMQ1AA                         mqSeriesSetupFileComponent 
application WSBMQ2AA                         mqSeriesBinComponent 
application WSBMQ3AA                         mqSeriesLibFilesComponent 

I'm not the only support person for this box and I'd like to know what this
stuff is. 

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Phone:+1-412-203-3539
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Niklas Gustavsson | 4 Oct 09:50 2007

Re: JMS Foreign provider

Christopher Frank wrote:
> There is a lightweight JMS external client available for WAS 
> (http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&uid=swg24012804 
> <http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&uid=swg24012804>) that is 
> comparable to the JMS client available with MQ, but this will still 
> really not meet the needs of what you are looking for, and in any event 
> would require that the WLE user also have a WAS license, which I doubt 
> they would be agreeable to.

I believe this should be a workable (maybe even good) solution. The SIB 
client does not require a WAS runtime in place on the BEA side 
(technically, I'm not that good at reading licenses so it might say 
otherwise). Now, I haven't done this with Weblogic so I'm not sure if it 
allows custom JMS providers although I would be very surprised if it 
didn't.

After installing a client you will get a sibc.jms.jar which you will 
need to provide Weblogic with, after that I'm assuming you should be 
able to set up a JNDI definition of your ConnectionFactory and Destinations.

/niklas

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Robert Broderick | 4 Oct 19:05 2007
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WMB Data Warehouse updates

This is a weird question, BUT....look who is asking this.
 
I would like to know if anyone is using Message Broker to update a Data Warehouse directly. Yes I know...we can update databaes directly soooooooo we can update a Data Warehouse directly. I would like to know if the database you are updating IS a DB owned by a Data Warehouse. Actually I am also looking for a reference so I can say "Yes, this ingenious person is using the Broker to support their Data Warehouse."
 
I told you it is a strange request.
 
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rtsujimoto_consultant | 4 Oct 19:27 2007
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iSeries V5R4 support?

Anyone know if iSeries V5R4 is supported by MQ V6.0?  I checked the Quick 
Beginnings manual and it's not there - V5R3 is the highest level listed. 
But, the PDF doc from IBM's website hasn't been updated since 2005, so I 
suspect doc updates have not been integrated into the manual and are only 
distributed with maintenance releases.

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Dave Corbett | 4 Oct 20:46 2007

Re: 64 Bit WMQ client for Windows?

All,

Thanks for your input.  I have perused some of the documentation that
describes WMQ Server and 64 bit implementations, but my question was really
related to Windows and 64 bit client implementations.  After reading the
Quick beginnings manual and perusing the read me from the 6.0.2.1 Windows
client support pac, it seems that there are no options for installing the
MQ client for Windows on a 64 bit implementation of any Windows OS variant.

If anyone knows any different, please respond back.  Otherwise, thanks for
your comments.

Thanks,
David Corbett
IBM Certified System Administrator -- WebSphere MQ V6.0
IBM Certified Solution Designer -- WebSphere MQ V6.0

                                                                           
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 http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=171&uid=swg27010275

From the Read Me for 6.0.2.2:

Limited Windows 64-bit support

Release 6.0.2.1 includes support for the V6.0 32-bit WebSphere MQ
product
and 32-bit applications running on Windows XP Professional x64 Edition,
Windows Server 2003 Standard x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003
Enterprise
x64 Edition. For more information on this support please see the updated
version of the Windows Quick Beginings book GC34-6476-01 or later which
is
available from
http://www.ibm.com/software/integration/mqfamily/library/manualsa/

Before installing on a 64-bit operating system please review the
installation section 2.3 below.

Please note that, after installing release 6.0.2.1 or later, the
WebSphere MQ installation will include a \bin64 directory on all Windows

operating systems.

.NET applications on Windows 64-bit operating systems

The 32-bit version of the .NET framework versions 1.1 and 2.0 are both
supported for use with Windows 64-bit operating systems. One of
these versions must be installed if you wish to write .NET applications.

By default, applications built using .NET Framework 2.0 can run as
either
32-bit or 64-bit depending on your operating system. However, because
WebSphere MQ supports 32-bit applications only, if you are using a
64-bit
operating system, applications must be built with the platform
explicitly
set to x86, so that they will run as 32-bit applications on 64-bit
Windows.

Peter Potkay
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IBM Global Services - The Hartford Account
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Cell Phone: 1-860-202-1375
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Behalf Of Roger Lacroix
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2007 4:34 PM
To: MQSERIES@...
Subject: Re: 64 Bit WMQ client for Windows?

Hi,

WMQ for Windows in 64-bit format is not currently supported.  Also, WMQ
v6 is not support currently on any release of MS Vista.

Although, if look at the later WMQ v6 Fix Packs on Windows, there is a
new directory called bin64 with items in it.  So, I would think the
official release of WMQ 64-bit for Windows will be soon.

Regards,
Roger Lacroix
Capitalware Inc.

At 04:15 PM 09/21/07, you wrote:
>Listers,
>
>I am looking to see if there is a 64-bit WMQ client for Windows.  I can

>find specific 64-bit implementations for AIX and Linux, but not for
>windows.  I assume this is because Vista is not very prevalent in the
>Corporate workspace yet, but still, I am trying to prepare for upgrades

>next year.
>
>Can anyone help me out?
>
>Thanks,
>David Corbett
>IBM Certified System Administrator -- WebSphere MQ V6.0 IBM Certified
>Solution Designer -- WebSphere MQ V6.0
>
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Dan Egner | 5 Oct 00:12 2007
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Re: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

It's not PATROL.
 
Dan Egner
BMC Software

 
On 10/4/07, David C. Partridge <david.partridge-4yx4YNPSuoZDPfheJLI6IQ@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Part of BMC Patrol perchance ?

-----Original Message-----
From: MQSeries List [mailto: MQSERIES-0lvw86wZMd9k/bWDasg6f+2wyY2g16FtwPuJ0ROkVbw@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of
Thomas, Don
Sent: 03 October 2007 23:25
To: MQSERIES-0lvw86wZMd9k/bWDasg6f+2wyY2g16FtwPuJ0ROkVbw@public.gmane.org
Subject: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

Pkginfo | grep mq

application ISWSBMC7A                        mqSeriesExtraSizeInfo
application WSBMC4AA                         mqSeriesClientUnixInstall
application WSBMC6AA                         mqSeriesClientSunConfig
application WSBMCAA                          mqSeriesClient
application WSBMQ1AA                         mqSeriesSetupFileComponent
application WSBMQ2AA                         mqSeriesBinComponent
application WSBMQ3AA                         mqSeriesLibFilesComponent


I'm not the only support person for this box and I'd like to know what this
stuff is.

Don Thomas
EDS-MQSeries Administration
Phone:+1-412-203-3539
mailto: don.thomas-r3q2otnueiw@public.gmane.org <mailto:don.thomas-r3q2otnueiw@public.gmane.org>



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Thomas, Don | 5 Oct 00:28 2007
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Re: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

No, I didn't think so either. I'm guessing the WS stands for WebSphere, but I don't know which.
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Subject: Re: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

It's not PATROL.
 
Dan Egner
BMC Software

 
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Subject: Has anyone seen these on a Solaris server before?

Pkginfo | grep mq

application ISWSBMC7A                        mqSeriesExtraSizeInfo
application WSBMC4AA                         mqSeriesClientUnixInstall
application WSBMC6AA                         mqSeriesClientSunConfig
application WSBMCAA                          mqSeriesClient
application WSBMQ1AA                         mqSeriesSetupFileComponent
application WSBMQ2AA                         mqSeriesBinComponent
application WSBMQ3AA                         mqSeriesLibFilesComponent


I'm not the only support person for this box and I'd like to know what this
stuff is.

Don Thomas
EDS-MQSeries Administration
Phone:+1-412-203-3539
mailto: don.thomas-r3q2otnueiw@public.gmane.org <mailto:don.thomas-r3q2otnueiw@public.gmane.org>



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