What is a MQ reply to queue?

What is a MQ reply to queue?

Reply-to queues indicate to a receiving application where a reply should be sent. The reply-to queue might be a predefined queue or a dynamically created temporary or permanent queue. If it is a dynamic queue, then it might have a unique name that is generated by WebSphere® MQ.

What is a response queue?

Response queues are application queues used to store application-generated response messages that are typically returned by an application that is reading messages from a queue. Typically, response queues should be local queues so that the sending application can read the response messages locally.

How do I move messages from one queue to another in MQ?

From the Navigation Panel, navigate to the relevant queue manager. Click the arrow icon to the left of the relevant queue, and from the displayed list of options select Move Messages. Alternatively, browse the relevant queue and select the Move Messages option from the Messages view.

What is JMS in IBM MQ?

JMS stands for Java Message Service. JMS is a standard that defines how you can access enterprise messaging systems from Java programs. The JMS API is implemented by messaging service providers like IBM MQ to allow JMS client applications to access the provider’s messaging service.

How do I send messages from one queue to another?

To send messages from one queue manager to another, you need to define two channels; one on the source queue manager and one on the target queue manager. Define a channel with a channel type of SENDER. You need to specify the following: The name of the transmission queue to be used (XMITQ attribute).

How do I copy queue from one queue to another?

Copy one queue to another C++ program example. Items will be inserted in a std::queue and this queue will be copied to a temporary queue. One use case is, If we want to process the entire items from a queue but don’t want them to be removed from the queue then we need a temporary queue to process all items.

Why do we need JMS?

JMS supports both messaging models: point-to-point (queuing) and publish-subscribe. JMS was defined to allow Java application to use enterprise messaging systems. More importantly, it provides a common way for Java applications to access such enterprise messaging systems.

What is local queue and remote queue in MQ?

A queue is a container for messages. Remote queue definitions are definitions on the local queue manager of queues that belong to another queue manager. To send a message to a queue on a remote queue manager, the sender queue manager must have a remote definition of the target queue.