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MQ Series JDE Adapter

jastips

Active Member
Hi List,

We are planning to Implement MQ Series part. We have UNIX box(ES) and Main frame(Jumbo Jet). Some applications are running on main frame. Now we want interactive interface to synchronize our both systems.

So we are planning to go for MQ Series. But if we use JDE adapter to communicate between Oneworld and MQ Series it is going to communicate in XML. Is there any other way to pass the text messages instantly to MQ Series. Or any valuable suggestions are welcome.

Thanks and Have a Great Week End (Don’t think in week end please)

Oneworld Xe.
Oracle 8.0.5 on SUN
SP14.1


Jastips
JDE CNC Consultant
DTI
USA
 
I sure others may have a differing opinion (differing XML definitions,
etc.), but WHY pass up the XML format as an data
transport/interface/exchange format mechanism? The adapters for JDE are
already predefined and available. The stated direction for both JDE and IBM
is focused towards XML formatting for data interface for interoperability.
Just an opinion.

From past experience the reluctance of XML as format has usually be held by
Main Frame (MF)group. With that said, the data passed from JDE in a XML
formatted document with routing details to the MQ Series que and is sent to
the listening que. The MF processing could receive and call a parsing
routine - which creates a flat file or like. Once in preferred MF format,
the data is processed with existing pgms. This creates extra work and is
usually trashed once the feasibility and understanding of XML format and
function has transcended past the "new technology-yuck" opinions. The
processing generally turns into a mapping regiment for the data definitions
and the XML DTD.

Moving into the progressive uses MQSeries, it supports APIs which can be
used with data messages. Message Queue Interface is the API that provides
access to the underlying messaging. Java Message Service is the Java
standard to provide functions through the MQI. Application Messaging
Interface provides ability to handle messages with policy handling. A fourth
API, Common Messaging Interface will create message content. All four of the
APIs should be able to work together. I have not seen CMI in practice, just
theory to me.

This stuff is more IBM product related than JDE OW. So check out the IBM
site for details.


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Hi List,

We are planning to Implement MQ Series part. We have UNIX box(ES) and Main
frame(Jumbo Jet). Some applications are running on main frame. Now we want
interactive interface to synchronize our both systems.

So we are planning to go for MQ Series. But if we use JDE adapter to
communicate between Oneworld and MQ Series it is going to communicate in
XML. Is there any other way to pass the text messages instantly to MQ
Series. Or any valuable suggestions are welcome.

Thanks and Have a Great Week End (Don’t think in week end please)

Oneworld Xe.
Oracle 8.0.5 on SUN
SP14.1


Jastips
JDE CNC Consultant
DTI
USA
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