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Windows WebSphere MQ client DLLs

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2011/09/14

There are multiple DLLs you can use as MQ Client.

Most interfaces directly or indirectly use MQM.DLL, which is the interface to the local running WebSphere MQ Manager.

But sometimes your installation doesn’t contain a local WebSphere MQ Manager, and you need to connect remotely as a client.

You need one of these client DLLs, depending if you are using extended architecgture (XA) or not:

  • mqic.dll: Connect as a non-XA client
  • mqicxa.dll: Connect as a XA client

Note that depending on x86 machines, the DLLs can be called mqic32.dll and mqicxa32.dll as well.

–jeroen

via: WebSphere MQ – Defining which connection type to use.

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