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New MQ in the house...
Yes, you need MQ in house. You'll need a config that includes
sender and receiver channels on both sides. Having said that,
you might consider Websphere 5 in this case as it includes a
light version of MQ that should suffice for your purpose.
New Well, looking at something like Sonic MQ
I see that they have a bridge into their JMS server. Does such a bridge still require a local MQSeries server?

How is WebSphere these days, anyway?

-scott anderson

"Welcome to Rivendell, Mr. Anderson..."
New boxley is correct...
...if you use Websphere 5 (or SonicMQ) you can avoid a full
blown install of MQ.

Websphere has definitely improved from the really buggy
days of the 3.x releases. Version 5, in particular, has
some interesting clustering functionality that I'm testing
right now. It allows an instance to ride over multiple
physical machines (running the same or different OSes)
during runtime.
New our dev guys use websphere because of the builtin
MQ stuffs, it allows a sender, receiver and a controlling channel, but send and receive is all you need.
questions, help? [link|mailto:pappas@catholic.org|email pappas at catholic.org]
     JMS, MQSeries, Oracle - (admin) - (6)
         you need mq in your house - (boxley) - (1)
             No possibility of a bridge? -NT - (admin)
         MQ in the house... - (slugbug) - (3)
             Well, looking at something like Sonic MQ - (admin) - (1)
                 boxley is correct... - (slugbug)
             our dev guys use websphere because of the builtin - (boxley)

YOU are gonna lecture ME on 'clear prose'?
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