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Java Node for MQSeries Integrator v2.0

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000014223D
Original Publication Date: 2001-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-19
Document File: 1 page(s) / 36K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

MQSeries Integrator is a messaging hub that allows users to create message flows and message transformations. MQSeries Integrator provided a predefined set of Nodes where are using to build the message flows and transformations, however, there are instances where there is not a predefined Node to handle a customers custom processing needs. In order to handle any special processing needs MQSeries Integrator provides a C programming interface to create custom nodes. However, not all customers have C programming skill and in todays JAVA rich environment we found a need to create a Node that allows users to create custom Interfaces using a set of JAVA classes. The JAVA Node allows customer to create there custom nodes by implementing a set of JAVA classes. These JAVA classes implement all the APIs available in the C APIs while allowing the portability and ease of use of JAVA.

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Java Node for MQSeries Integrator v2.0

MQSeries Integrator is a messaging hub that allows users to create message flows and message transformations. MQSeries Integrator provided a predefined set of Nodes where are using to build the message flows and transformations, however, there are instances where there is not a predefined Node to handle a customers custom processing needs. In order to handle any special processing needs MQSeries Integrator provides a C programming interface to create custom nodes. However, not all customers have C programming skill and in todays JAVA rich environment we found a need to create a Node that allows users to create custom Interfaces using a set of JAVA classes. The JAVA Node allows customer to create there custom nodes by implementing a set of JAVA classes. These JAVA classes implement all the APIs available in the C APIs while allowing the portability and ease of use of JAVA.

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