Putting message into local queue using Java

IBM MQ extends API support for Java developers to work with MQ in their applications. In this article we will see how we can put messages to the local queue and browse them back using Java.

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Consuming IBM MQ API

Imagine a situation where developers need to communicate with queue managers using programs. IBM MQ extends API support for Java developers to work with MQ in their applications. Benefit of using API is MQ SERVER not necessarily installed on the developer’s machine to communicate with IBM MQ Queue managers.

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Why Managed File Transfer (MFT)?

To transfer files from one organization to another, we need a secure pathway. Additionally, the files transferred must be monitored, reliable, consistent and secured. Rather than achieving the above from conventional file transfer solutions like FTP, we use the MFT.

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What’s The Key To Getting More Value Out Of Your Disparate Systems?

Data is essentially useless if it’s not normalized. A great example of the power of normalized data can be found in urban-infrastructure systems. Modern municipal water and power systems contain a tremendous amount of data that can be used to more efficiently manage operations—as long as the right people are able to access key data. Normalizing data […]

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How Community Hub Represents The Future of Social Business

IBM’s Intelligent Operations Center (IOC) platform has always been seen (and sold) as an internal tool for making your enterprise run more efficiently. Recently, a more social side of the software platform’s capabilities has come to light. The Waterfront Toronto Community Hub project, built from the IBM IOC platform by Element Blue, seamlessly integrates social […]

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2016 the Year of the “Industrial” IOT

2016 will be the year of the Industrial Internet of Things. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) has been heralded as a way to increase environment awareness, reduce cost, and improve operational efficiency and in doing so will organically drive unconventional growth with 2016 showing an increased margin of activity. Some speculate that it will transform companies and even […]

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How is Technology Transforming Social Engagement On The Toronto Waterfront?

When the City of Toronto and the governments of Ontario and Canada decided to invest a collective $1.5 billion in revitalizing Toronto’s former shipping port, they knew they had a unique opportunity to make the area a prime example of how municipalities could look and operate in the future. Recognizing that the world is increasingly […]

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What Can City Planners Learn From The Toronto Waterfront Project?

The Toronto Waterfront project, a multilevel effort to revitalize the city’s industrial shipping port, is a great example of how cities can integrate technology and infrastructure to make more efficient communities with social interactions readily available 24/7 for residents. The project represents a $1.5 billion investment by the City of Toronto and the governments of […]

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