IBM WebSphere Message Broker v6.1, Solution Development
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There is a requirement to integrate Message Broker V6.1 with a messaging system that
conforms to Java Message Service Specification V1.1. Which messaging transport should be
used for integration purposes?
A. MQ Mobile
B. Broker JMS
C. Web Services
D. MQ Enterprise
Q2:A Message Broker V6.1 developer is implementing a message flow with an JMSInput
node, JavaCompute node and a JMSReply node. The logic in the JavaCompute node inserts
a record to a database table using a JDBC Type 4 connection. Which three tasks have to be
performed to ensure that the JMS, the database and the JMS transactions are synchronized?
A. Create the JDBC connection using an XADataSource.
B. Set the Transaction mode of the JMSInput and JMSReply nodes to Local. C.
Set the Transaction mode of the JMSInput and JMSReply nodes to Global.
D. Set the Backout destination of the JMSInput node to hold In-doubt transactions.
E. Use the broker Java API getJDBCType4Connection to initiate the JDBC connection.
F. Configure a XAResourceManager for both the JDBC and JMS connections in the
broker's queue manager.
Answer: C, E, F
Q3:Which component is the contract that describes to the Message Broker V6.1 developer how
to build a Web service request?
C. HTTP Header
D. SOAP Envelope
Q4:When designing an online auction store, one of the key architectural decisions made was to
handle and secure Web traffic using Message Broker V6.1. Two important aspects of
security need to be addressed in the solution: authentication and message integrity. Which
transport node is the most appropriate for implementing this scenario?