Unit 1: A review of WebSphere MQ
Unit 2: Installation and configuration of WebSphere MQ on Windows and UNIX
Unit 3: Using MQSC commands to administer WebSphere MQ
      o Exercise 1 - Working with queues
Unit 4: Using the WebSphere MQ Explorer
Unit 5: Introduction to the message queue interface (MQI)
Unit 6: Triggering concepts
      o Exercise 2 - Implementing triggering
Unit 7: WebSphere MQ internals
Unit 8: Message integrity
      o Exercise 3: Queue recovery
Unit 9: Distributed queuing
      o Exercise 4: Queue manager interconnection
Unit 10: Dead-letter queues
      o Exercise 5: Dead-letter queue handling
Unit 11: Queue manager clustering
      o Exercise 6: WebSphere MQ clustering setup
Unit 12: WebSphere MQ security with OAM
      o Exercise 7: Object security administration with the OAM
Unit 13: WebSphere MQ clients
      o Exercise 8: Client attachment
Unit 14: SupportPacs, interfaces, and bridges
Unit 15: WebSphere MQ high availability
Unit 16: Backup and restore of WebSphere MQ object definitions
      o Exercise 9: Backup and restore of WebSphere MQ object definitions
Unit 17: Message tracking
      o Exercise 10: Trace route utility
Unit 18: Using traces, error logs, and FDCs
      o Exercise 11: Performing an WebSphere MQ trace
Unit 19: Introduction to WebSphere MQ publish/subscribe
Unit 20: JMS administration
      o Exercise 12: JMS administration

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