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mastana
PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2017 8:49 pm Post subject: MQ setup query Reply with quote

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Hi All,

In my organization, we have to set up a queue that takes input from multiple sources and then from that queue messages are forwarded to multiple destinations.

Input sources such as:
- Mainframe pgm writing to this queue
- A queue writing to this queue
- Java pgm (from web application sitting on a server) writing to this queue
- etc

Out destinations such as:
- A java pgm (from web application sitting on a server) reading from this queue
- Another queue taking message from this queue so that it can be forwarded to another queue (in another location)
- A mainframe pgm reading from this queue
- etc

I have below two questions:

1. Although in theory, it looks possible to implement such kind of queue but I was just wondering whether it is technical feasible (or technically optimal) when we have different systems (Mainframe & open systems), send/receive channels, remote/transmission queues to deal with?

2. Can the above achieved by cluster queues?

Any advice will be really appreciated. Thanks
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mqjeff
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 5:12 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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You can do this regardless of platform of the receiver.

Each getter program will not get a copy of all messages. They will get whatever message is the first one on the queue when their get starts, or isn't being blocked by other getters.

Cluster queues will not help that.

There's no obvious reason to use one queue here. Why not have one queue for mainframe getter, one queue for java program getter, etc.
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