WebSphere MQ Client for Mac OS
Mac OS Integration with the Enterprise
The WebSphere MQ Client for Mac OS is a fully conforming MQI client that
enables applications written for, or ported to, Mac OS to communicate with one or more
WebSphere MQ Queue Managers running on any
The WebSphere MQ Client for Mac OS is developed by Willow Technology under license from IBM.
The IBM WebSphere MQ range of products provides application programming
services that enable application programs to communicate with each other using messages
and queues. This form of communication
Message Queue Interface
The programs that comprise a WebSphere MQ application can be running on
different computers, on different operating systems, and at different locations. The
applications are written using a common programming interface known as the Message Queue
Interface (MQI), so that applications developed on one platform
In WebSphere MQ, queues are managed by a component called a queue manager.
The queue manager
An MQI client is an independently installable component of the WebSphere MQ product line that allows a user to run WebSphere MQ applications, where the MQI client has the ability, by means of a communications protocol, to interact with one or more MQI servers and connect to their Queue Managers.
Applications to access the MQI on Mac OS systems can be written in C or
C++ using Metrowerks CodeWarrior 10 or later or Microsoft Visual C++ Cross Development
Environment version 4.0 or later.