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B1IF Connection to IBM Webspehere MQ

Hi All,

Can someone please guide me...

I need to connect to IBM Websphere Message Queues with B1IF where I will get xml messages.

Can someone please tell me how I would approach this ?

I have VPN access to the network and can access the servers via RDP.

What System will I use in B1IF ?

Please help...

Regards, Brenden Draper

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2013 at 09:28 AM

    Hi All,

    This will be a Business One integration with IBM Websphere MQ using B1IF,

    We thought of using Web Services but that will need extra maintenance. There must be a way for a direct connection to MQ ?

    Please help...

    Regards, Brenden Draper

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      Hi All,

      This is the possibilities...

      1. 1. Connect directly via JDBC to the database engine of the MQ
      2. 2. Create a time scheduled scenario in B1if which will get all the messages from MQ via calling the webservice atom in the processing
      3. 3. Create a time scheduled scenario in B1if which will get all the messages from MQ via calling the RESTful webservice, it’s represented as http or URL call atoms
      4. 4. Create the .NET libraby for connection and data retrieval
      5. 5. Create a Java library for connection and data retrieval

      Remember if you connect via a remote comput to MQ to have the MQ Client installed on your machine.

      Regards, Brenden Draper

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