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murali
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2001 1:22 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Joined: 26 Jun 2001
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Hello pls. help clarify my doubts,

1) Whether Messages can be stored/queued locally on a PALM (V) OS Device using IBM - MQ Series Everyplace v1.2 as an Independent client ? (ie. support for asynchronous Message Persistence feature in MQe )

2) If Message Persistence exists, whether can it be achieved thru applications developed using 'C' API in Metrowerks CodeWarrior v4.1.0.2 ?

3) Whether MQSeries Everyplace v1.2 supports POSE (ie.Emulator) environment?
If so, pls. send me a sample application for putting & getting a message onto a remote Queue Manager ?



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Thanking u all in advance,

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Murali
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Miriam Kaestner
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2001 11:43 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

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The MQ Everyplace Native Client for Palm does NOT support asynchronous messaging. Only a stub queue manager without local queues can be built on PalmOS.

Message persistence in MQ Everyplace is achieved by selecting a disk adapter for queue storage (for unpersistent queues use memory adapter). This means you cannot select persistence on a per message basis (as in MQSeries) but all messages on a queue are either persistent or non-persistent.
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