A18: Using Publish/Subscribe with 
IBM MQ 
David Ware, IBM 
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Please Note 
IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change ...
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Agenda 
 Publish/Subscribe in WebSphere MQ 
 Administration of publish/subscribe 
 Management...
What is publish/subscribe? 
 In words (Wikipedia® has the answer)… 
“Publish–subscribe is a messaging pattern where sende...
Publish/Subscribe, many patterns 
Topic 
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Many-to-many 
Many-to-few 
Publishers Topics Subscriber...
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Publish/Subscribe in 
WebSphere MQ
WebSphere MQ’s publish/subscribe over the years 
Publish/Subscribe brokers 
MQ V 5.1 MQ V 6 MQ V 7 MQ V 8 
WebSphere MQ Pu...
Publish/Subscribe since V7 
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It’s all about the topic tree 
Price 
/Price/Fruit/Apples /Price/Fruit/Oranges /Price/Vegetables/Potatoes 
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Price 
Fruit 
Matching publications to 
subscriptions 
Apples Oranges 
Subscription 
/Price/Fruit/Oranges 
Publisher 
/Pri...
Designing your topic tree structure 
 Make it extendable, and understandable. 
Topic1 Topic2 Topic3 Topic4 Topic1000 
Top...
Publish/Subscribe configuration 
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SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC 
 Topic objects are a point of administration associated with a node in the topic tree. 
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SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC 
What message persistence to use? 
DEFPSIST = YES 
Publisher 
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PUB(ENABLED) 
...
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Topic Security 
SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC 
FRUITOBJ 
 Access control is set for a defined topic object...
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Managing topics
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Managing topics 
 Displaying topic object definitions 
 This shows how the administered topic...
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Managing topics 
 Displaying the topic tree 
 This shows how the nodes in the topic tree beha...
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Applications
/Price/Fruit/Apples 
/Price/Fruit 
/Price/Fruit/Apples 
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Applications and topics 
 When creatin...
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Subscriptions
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Subscription types 
 There are many different types of subscriptions: 
 Administered vs. appl...
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Subscription types 
Subscription creation and deletion 
 Application created subscriptions 
 ...
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Subscription types 
Subscription lifetime 
 Durable subscriptions 
 The lifetime of the subsc...
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Subscription types 
Subscription queue management 
 A subscription maps a topic to a queue. Th...
Accessing a subscription’s messages 
Via the subscription 
 An application opens the subscription 
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SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002306) 
SUB(SUB1) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) 
TOPICOBJ( ) 
DEST(SYSTEM...
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Publishing
Publication, success or failure? 
Publisher 
/Price/Fruit/Oranges 
Subscription 
/Price/Fruit/Oranges 
Subscription 
/Pric...
Publication, success or failure? 
Subscription 
/Price/Fruit/Oranges 
Publisher 
/Price/Fruit/Oranges 
Subscription 
/Pric...
 When a message is published to a topic string, it is delivered to each matching 
subscription registered at that time. 
...
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Retained publications 
 When a message is published to a topic string, it is delivered to each...
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Topologies
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Distributed queuing 
 We all know how point-to-point works… 
QMgr 
Put Get
QQQMMMgggrrr 
Put GGeett 
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Distributed queuing 
 We all know how point-to-point works 
 Even a...
 We all know how point-to-point works 
 Even across multiple queue managers 
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Distributed queu...
QMgr 
QMgr 
Distributed publish/subscribe 
Topics 
Subscription 
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Publisher 
Subscription 
Subsc...
QMgrSubscription QMgr 
Topics 
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Publisher 
QQMMggrr 
Topics 
Subscription 
Publisher 
Subscripti...
CHANNEL 
CHANNEL 
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QQMMggrr 
Topics 
Publisher 
QQMMggrr 
Topics 
Subscription 
QQMMggrr 
Topics...
Distributed publish/subscribe topologies 
 Publish/subscribe topologies can either be created as a defined hierarchy or m...
Distributed publish/subscribe topologies 
 A hierarchy manually defines the relationship between each queue manager. 
 M...
Distributed publish/subscribe topologies 
 A hierarchy manually defines the relationship between each queue manager. 
 M...
Distributed publish/subscribe topologies 
 A cluster can be used for publish/subscribe through simple configuration. 
 A...
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Summary 
 Publish/Subscribe in WebSphere MQ 
 Administration of publish/subscribe 
 Manageme...
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IBM WebSphere MQ allows application programmers to use the publish/subscribe application model with ease. This session takes you through the fundamental publish/subscribe concepts and how they relate to WebSphere MQ. Covering aspects of system design, configuration and application programming. This session is essential for all users looking to adopt publish/subscribe with WebSphere MQ, or those just wishing to validate their understanding.

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    1. 1. A18: Using Publish/Subscribe with IBM MQ David Ware, IBM © 2014 IBM Corporation
    2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation 2 Please Note IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here.
    3. 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation 3 Agenda  Publish/Subscribe in WebSphere MQ  Administration of publish/subscribe  Management of publish/subscribe  Subscriptions and publications  Topologies
    4. 4. What is publish/subscribe?  In words (Wikipedia® has the answer)… “Publish–subscribe is a messaging pattern where senders of messages, called publishers, do not program the messages to be sent directly to specific receivers, called subscribers. Instead, published messages are characterized into classes*, without knowledge of what, if any, subscribers there may be. Similarly, subscribers express interest in one or more classes, and only receive messages that are of interest, without knowledge of what, if any, publishers there are.” *Change “classes” to “topics” in MQ-speak and that’s a pretty good description.  Or in pictures… Subscriber Subscriber Subscriber © 2014 IBM Corporation 4 Subscriber Publisher Publisher Publisher Subscriber Subscriber
    5. 5. Publish/Subscribe, many patterns Topic © 2014 IBM Corporation 5 Many-to-many Many-to-few Publishers Topics Subscribers Few-to-many Topic Topic Static or Dynamic?
    6. 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation 6 Publish/Subscribe in WebSphere MQ
    7. 7. WebSphere MQ’s publish/subscribe over the years Publish/Subscribe brokers MQ V 5.1 MQ V 6 MQ V 7 MQ V 8 WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe APIs XMS publish/subscribe API © 2014 IBM Corporation 7 WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe SupportPac MA0C IBM Integration Bus® (formerly WebSphere Message Broker®) WebSphere MQ Command message based publish/subscribe API JMS publish/subscribe API Native MQI publish/subscribe API
    8. 8. Publish/Subscribe since V7 © 2014 IBM Corporation 9
    9. 9. It’s all about the topic tree Price /Price/Fruit/Apples /Price/Fruit/Oranges /Price/Vegetables/Potatoes © 2014 IBM Corporation 11 Fruit Topic node Apples Oranges Vegetables Potatoes Topic string /Price /Price/Fruit /Price/Vegetables
    10. 10. Price Fruit Matching publications to subscriptions Apples Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Publisher /Price/Fruit/Oranges •Subscriptions are attached to matching nodes in the topic tree •Publications identify the relevant topic node •A copy of the publication is delivered to the queue identified by each matching subscription © 2014 IBM Corporation 13 Subscription /Price/Fruit/Apples Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/# •Wildcarding subscriptions at the topic node level can receive messages from multiple topic strings
    11. 11. Designing your topic tree structure  Make it extendable, and understandable. Topic1 Topic2 Topic3 Topic4 Topic1000 Topic1 Topic2 Topic3 Topic3 Topic1000  Avoid excessively wide or deep topic trees.  Use structure where appropriate.  Limit it to subscribable content. Topic5 Topic5 Topic6 Topic6 Topic5 Topic5 Topic6 Topic6 Topic5 Topic5 Topic6 Topic6 Topic1 topic Topic1 © 2014 IBM Corporation 14  Avoid a rapidly changing set of topics. This is my first topic second /This/is/my/first/topic /This/is/my/second/topic Topic2 Topic2 Topic3 Topic3Topic4 Topic7 Topic7 Topic7 Topic7 Topic7 Topic7 Topic4 Topic8 Topic8 Topic9 Topic9 Topic10 Topic10 Topic1 Topic1 Topic2 Topic2 Topic3 Topic3Topic4 Topic4 Topic8 Topic8 Topic9 Topic9 Topic10 Topic10 Topic1 Topic1 Topic2 Topic2 Topic3 Topic3Topic4 Topic4 Topic8 Topic8 Topic9 Topic9 Topic10 Topic10
    12. 12. Publish/Subscribe configuration © 2014 IBM Corporation 18
    13. 13. SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC  Topic objects are a point of administration associated with a node in the topic tree. © 2014 IBM Corporation 19 VEGOBJ TOPICSTR(‘/Price/Vegetables’) Topic Objects FRUITOBJ TOPICSTR(‘/Price/Fruit’) Price Fruit Apples Oranges Vegetables Potatoes TOPICSTR(‘’)  You start with a base object defined for the ‘ ’ node … the rest are optional.  They provide hook points in the topic tree to configure specific pub/sub behaviour for a branch.  A dynamically created topic node inherits its attributes from administered topic objects associated with topic nodes above it in the topic tree.
    14. 14. SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC What message persistence to use? DEFPSIST = YES Publisher © 2014 IBM Corporation 21 PUB(ENABLED) DEFPSIST(NO) PUB = ENABLED FRUITOBJ PUB(ASPARENT) DEFPSIST(YES) … Topic object attributes … Price Fruit Oranges  Many attributes can be set on topic objects to effect a publisher or subscriber’s behaviour.  Dynamic nodes inherit their behaviour from nodes above. Create a topic object for topic string ‘/Price/Fruit’ DEFINE TOPIC(FRUITOBJ) TOPICSTR(‘/Price/Fruit’) DEFPSIST(YES) Attributes default to inherit settings from above (e.g. ‘ASPARENT’). (So by default, a new object does nothing) Publish a message to topic string ‘/Price/Fruit/Oranges’ Are publications enabled? PUB = ? PUB = ? DEFPSIST = ? YES PUB = ?ENABLED
    15. 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation 22 Topic Security SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC FRUITOBJ  Access control is set for a defined topic object  not a topic string!  Authority checks performed on the topic tree  Walk up the tree, just like attributes.  Keep checking until an authorisation is found or we run out of topic tree.  Authority check on a subscription’s destination queue  Check is for PUT to that queue  (hang on for more on subscription queues) Apples Bob Price VEGOBJ Jane Vegetables Subscription /Price/Fruit/Apples Bob Jane? Jane? Subscription /Price/Fruit/Apples Jane Fruit Bob?  Pick a suitable layer of the topic hierarchy and set access control at this point.  Think hard before adding additional access control at higher levels in the tree as this can cause confusion and grant very wide authorisations.
    16. 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation 24 Managing topics
    17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation 25 Managing topics  Displaying topic object definitions  This shows how the administered topic objects were configured 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager QMGR1. DISPLAY DISPLAY TOPIC(*) 1 : DISPLAY TOPIC(*) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(FRUITOBJ) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(SYSTEM.BASE.TOPIC) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(SYSTEM.BROKER.ADMIN.STREAM) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(SYSTEM.BROKER.DEFAULT.STREAM) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(SYSTEM.BROKER.DEFAULT.SUBPOINT) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(SYSTEM.DEFAULT.TOPIC) TYPE(LOCAL) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(VEG) TYPE(LOCAL) DISPLAY TOPIC(FRUITOBJ) 2 : DISPLAY TOPIC(FRUITOBJ) AMQ8633: Display topic details. TOPIC(FRUITOBJ) TYPE(LOCAL) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit) DESCR(Price of fruit) CLUSTER( ) CLROUTE(DIRECT) DURSUB(ASPARENT) PUB(ASPARENT) SUB(ASPARENT) DEFPSIST(YES) DEFPRTY(ASPARENT) DEFPRESP(ASPARENT) ALTDATE(2014-04-03) ALTTIME(08.44.48) PMSGDLV(ASPARENT) NPMSGDLV(ASPARENT) PUBSCOPE(ASPARENT) SUBSCOPE(ASPARENT) PROXYSUB(FIRSTUSE) WILDCARD(PASSTHRU) MDURMDL( ) MNDURMDL( ) MCAST(ASPARENT) COMMINFO( ) USEDLQ(ASPARENT) CUSTOM( )
    18. 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation 27 Managing topics  Displaying the topic tree  This shows how the nodes in the topic tree behave 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager QMGR1. DISPLAY DISPLAY PUBSUB ALL 1 : display PUBSUB all AMQ8723: Display pub/sub status details. QMNAME(QMGR1) TYPE(LOCAL) STATUS(ACTIVE) SUBCOUNT(5) TPCOUNT(11) V8 DISPLAY TPSTATUS(‘#’) TOPICSTR WHERE(SUBCOUNT GT 0) 22 : DISPLAY TPSTATUS('#') TOPICSTR where(SUBCOUNT GT 0) AMQ8754: Display topic status details. TOPICSTR(/Price/Vegetables/Potatoes) SUBCOUNT(1) AMQ8754: Display topic status details. TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Oranges) SUBCOUNT(1) AMQ8754: Display topic status details. TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) SUBCOUNT(1) DISPLAY TPSTATUS('/Price/Fruit/Apples') 23 : DISPLAY TPSTATUS('/Price/Fruit/Apples') AMQ8754: Display topic status details. TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) ADMIN( ) CLUSTER( ) COMMINFO(SYSTEM.DEFAULT.COMMINFO.MULTICAST) MDURMDL(SYSTEM.DURABLE.MODEL.QUEUE) MNDURMDL(SYSTEM.NDURABLE.MODEL.QUEUE) CLROUTE(NONE) DEFPSIST(YES) DEFPRTY(0) DEFPRESP(SYNC) DURSUB(YES) PUB(ENABLED) SUB(ENABLED) PMSGDLV(ALLDUR) NPMSGDLV(ALLAVAIL) RETAINED(NO) MCAST(DISABLED) PUBCOUNT(0) SUBCOUNT(1) PUBSCOPE(ALL) SUBSCOPE(ALL) USEDLQ(YES)
    19. 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation 29 Applications
    20. 20. /Price/Fruit/Apples /Price/Fruit /Price/Fruit/Apples © 2014 IBM Corporation 30 Applications and topics  When creating subscriptions or opening topics to publish on, do I use a topic string or a topic object?  A topic string. No, a topic object. No, both. Actually, er, any of them!  So which should I use?  Using the topic string is probably the easiest, it’s closest to what the application is expecting Sub( - , ‘/Price/Fruit/Apples’ ) →  Using a topic object maps the operation to the topic string of that topic object Sub( FRUITOBJ, ‘’ ) →  If you use both, you get both! The topic string is appended to the topic string of the object Sub( FRUITOBJ, ‘Apples’ ) →  If in doubt, check the topic tree for which nodes are actually being used
    21. 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation 31 Subscriptions
    22. 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation 32 Subscription types  There are many different types of subscriptions:  Administered vs. application created  Durable vs. non-durable  Managed vs. unmanaged subscription queues  These different aspects of a subscription can be combined, don’t assume it’s one or the other…
    23. 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation 33 Subscription types Subscription creation and deletion  Application created subscriptions  Applications use an API to dynamically create and delete subscriptions  Administratively created subscriptions  An administrator defines subscriptions that can be accessed by applications  Applications can either use the publish/subscribe APIs to access these subscriptions or access their associated queue using point-to-point APIs. Admin Application
    24. 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation 35 Subscription types Subscription lifetime  Durable subscriptions  The lifetime of the subscription is independent of any application  Non-durable subscriptions  The lifetime of the subscription is bounded by the creating application Subscriptions are automatically deleted when the application closes Admin Application Durable Non-durable Admin
    25. 25. © 2014 IBM Corporation 37 Subscription types Subscription queue management  A subscription maps a topic to a queue. The queue relationship is either explicit or implicit…  Managed subscription queue  The subscription automatically creates and deletes a queue for the use of queuing any matching publications.  Unmanaged subscription queue  When the subscription is created the name and location of an existing queue must be provided by you. Durable Non-durable Admin Application Managed Unmanaged Durable Non-durable Durable Non-durable (Not JMS) (Not JMS)
    26. 26. Accessing a subscription’s messages Via the subscription  An application opens the subscription © 2014 IBM Corporation 39  A ‘true’ pub/sub application  Works with managed and unmanaged subscription queues  Limited to one attached consuming application at a time  Unless you’re using JMS cloned/shared subscriptions  Generally better pub/sub status feedback Via the queue  An application opens the queue associated with the subscription  This is really a point-to-point application  Only works with unmanaged subscription queues  Allows more freedom in what can be done  For example, multiple concurrent consuming applications possible from any API Subscription Managed queue Consuming application Subscription Unmanaged queue Consuming application Consuming application Consuming application
    27. 27. SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002306) SUB(SUB1) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) TOPICOBJ( ) DEST(SYSTEM.MANAGED.DURABLE.533D180705230020) DESTQMGR(QMGR1) PUBAPPID( ) SELECTOR( ) SELTYPE(NONE) USERDATA( ) PUBACCT(16010515000000DEA960DF651724E4B97C192FE803000000000B) DESTCORL(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002306) DESTCLAS(MANAGED) DURABLE(YES) EXPIRY(UNLIMITED) PSPROP(MSGPROP) PUBPRTY(ASPUB) REQONLY(NO) SUBSCOPE(ALL) SUBLEVEL(1) SUBTYPE(ADMIN) VARUSER(ANY) WSCHEMA(TOPIC) SUBUSER(xxxx) CRDATE(2014-04-03) CRTIME(09:19:15) ALTDATE(2014-04-03) ALTTIME(09:19:15) © 2014 IBM Corporation 41 Managing subscriptions  Displaying subscriptions  This shows the subscriptions on a queue manager 5724-H72 (C) Copyright IBM Corp. 1994, 2014. Starting MQSC for queue manager QMGR1. DISPLAY DISPLAY SUB(SUB1) DISPLAY 2 SUB(*) : DISPLAY TOPICSTR SUB(SUB1) AMQ8096: WebSphere MQ subscription inquired. 1 : DISPLAY SUB(*) TOPICSTR AMQ8096: WebSphere MQ subscription inquired. SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002306) SUB(SUB1) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) AMQ8096: WebSphere MQ subscription inquired. SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202004183D5310000006) SUB(SYSTEM.DEFAULT.SUB) TOPICSTR() AMQ8096: WebSphere MQ subscription inquired. SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002312) SUB(SUB3) TOPICSTR(/Price/Vegetables/Potatoes) SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D532000230C) SUB(SUB2) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Oranges) DISPLAY SBSTATUS(SUB1) 3 : DISPLAY SBSTATUS(SUB1) AMQ8099: WebSphere MQ subscription status inquired. SUB(SUB1) SUBID(414D5120514D4752312020202020202007183D5320002306) SUBUSER(xxxx) RESMDATE(2014-04-03) RESMTIME(09:19:15) LMSGDATE( ) LMSGTIME( ) ACTCONN(000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000) DURABLE(YES) MCASTREL( , ) NUMMSGS(0) SUBTYPE(ADMIN) TOPICSTR(/Price/Fruit/Apples) DISPLAY QLOCAL(SYSTEM.MANAGED.DURABLE.533D180705230020)
    28. 28. © 2014 IBM Corporation 43 Publishing
    29. 29. Publication, success or failure? Publisher /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges © 2014 IBM Corporation 44 Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges  Point-to-point is nice and simple:  Did the message get onto the queue?  Was it persistent and transacted?  Publish/subscribe is not so clear cut:  Persistence and transactions still ensures integrity of publications.  But if one or more subscriptions can’t receive the publication, should the publish fail?
    30. 30. Publication, success or failure? Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Publisher /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription DLQ /Price/Fruit/Oranges  Should those subscriptions impact the others?  What if the subscriptions are non-durable, or the publication is non-persistent? V7.1 © 2014 IBM Corporation 45  Controlled at the topic level  Persistent Message Delivery (PMSGDLV) and Non-persistent Message Delivery (NPMSGDLV). ALL, ALLDUR, ALLAVAIL  Don’t forget that being able to DLQ a publication is still counted as a success!  USEDLQ on the topic to fine tune this behaviour.  And finally, remember – when there are no subscriptions, no-one gets it. That’s still a successful publish!
    31. 31.  When a message is published to a topic string, it is delivered to each matching subscription registered at that time.  Subscriptions created after that point will not receive the message only newly published ones.  Unless publications are retained © 2014 IBM Corporation 47 Retained publications Price Fruit Apples Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Publisher /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges
    32. 32. © 2014 IBM Corporation 48 Retained publications  When a message is published to a topic string, it is delivered to each matching subscription registered at that time.  Subscriptions created after that point will not receive the message only newly published ones.  Unless publications are retained  Every time a message is published, the most recent publication for each topic string is retained by the queue manager.  When a new subscription is created, any matching retained message is delivered to it.  Take care, it’s subtle Price Fruit Apples Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges Publisher /Price/Fruit/Oranges Subscription /Price/Fruit/Oranges
    33. 33. © 2014 IBM Corporation 50 Topologies
    34. 34. © 2014 IBM Corporation 51 Distributed queuing  We all know how point-to-point works… QMgr Put Get
    35. 35. QQQMMMgggrrr Put GGeett © 2014 IBM Corporation 52 Distributed queuing  We all know how point-to-point works  Even across multiple queue managers… CHANNEL
    36. 36.  We all know how point-to-point works  Even across multiple queue managers © 2014 IBM Corporation 53 Distributed queuing QMgr CHANNEL QQMMggrr Put GGeett
    37. 37. QMgr QMgr Distributed publish/subscribe Topics Subscription © 2014 IBM Corporation 54 Publisher Subscription Subscription  And we know how everything revolves around the topic tree, dynamically built up in a queue manager Subscription
    38. 38. QMgrSubscription QMgr Topics © 2014 IBM Corporation 55 Publisher QQMMggrr Topics Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Distributed publish/subscribe  And we know how everything revolves around the topic tree, dynamically built up in a queue manager  Queue managers can work together to share their topic tree knowledge between them CHANNEL CHANNEL
    39. 39. CHANNEL CHANNEL © 2014 IBM Corporation 56 QQMMggrr Topics Publisher QQMMggrr Topics Subscription QQMMggrr Topics Subscription Subscription Distributed publish/subscribe  And we know how everything revolves around the topic tree, dynamically built up in a queue manager  Queue managers can work together to share their topic tree knowledge between them  Enabling publications to be propagated to subscriptions on different queue managers  The applications stay the same, the changes are at the configuration level. Subscription
    40. 40. Distributed publish/subscribe topologies  Publish/subscribe topologies can either be created as a defined hierarchy or more dynamically as a cluster © 2014 IBM Corporation 57 Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Subscription
    41. 41. Distributed publish/subscribe topologies  A hierarchy manually defines the relationship between each queue manager.  Messages are flowed via those relationships. © 2014 IBM Corporation 58 Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Subscription
    42. 42. Distributed publish/subscribe topologies  A hierarchy manually defines the relationship between each queue manager.  Messages are flowed via those relationships. Subscription Publisher Subscription © 2014 IBM Corporation 59 Subscription
    43. 43. Distributed publish/subscribe topologies  A cluster can be used for publish/subscribe through simple configuration.  Any queue manager can publish and subscribe to topics  Published messages can go direct between queue managers Publisher See you tomorrow at A16 for more on topologies… © 2014 IBM Corporation 61 Subscription Subscription Subscription Publisher Subscription Subscription Subscription V8  Or be routed via specific queue managers
    44. 44. © 2014 IBM Corporation 63 Summary  Publish/Subscribe in WebSphere MQ  Administration of publish/subscribe  Management of publish/subscribe  Subscriptions and publications  Topologies
    45. 45. © 2014 IBM Corporation 64 Questions & Answers
    46. 46. IBM MQ Sessions this week 10:30 - 12:00 13:15 - 14:15 14:30 - 15:30 16:00 - 17:00 17:15 - 18:15 © 2014 IBM Corporation 65 Tuesday Opening General Session- IBM Digital Experience and WebSphere Technical University Session A31: IBM MQ CHLAUTH rules – with MQ V8 updates Speaker: Morag Hughson Room 02 Session A4: WebSphere MQ for z/OS: Performance and Accounting Speaker: Alexander Ross Room 8 Session I26: DataPower- MQ Connectivity Deep Dive (Theory) Speaker: Robin Wiley Room 27 Session Z1: WebSphere MQ for z/OS V8: Latest Features Deep Dive Speaker: Damon Cross Room 6 9:00 - 10:00 10:30 - 11:30 11:45 - 12:45 14:00 - 15:00 15:15 - 16:15 16:45 - 17:45 Wednesday Session Z5: WebSphere MQ for z/OS: Security Speaker: Damon Cross Room 02 Session A21: What's New in IBM Messaging Speaker: Morag Hughson Room 8 Session C7: Messaging in the Cloud with IBM MQ Light and IBM Bluemix Speaker: Rob Nicholson Room 27 Session A17: Managing work-loads, scaling and availability with IBM MQ clusters Speaker: David Ware Room 6 Lab IL5: DataPower-MQ Connectivity Deep Dive (Hands- On) Speaker: Robin Wiley Room 7b Session A9: WebSphere MQ for z/OS: The Inside Story Speaker: Damon Cross Room 6 Thursday Session A35: How to Develop Responsive Applications with IBM MQ Light Speaker: Rob Nicholson Room 27 Session A22: New IBM MQ V8 Security Features Speaker: Morag Hughson Room 01 Session A3: WebSphere MQ for z/OS: Shared Queues Speaker: Alex Ross Room 6 Session A18: Using Publish /Subscribe with IBM MQ Speaker: David Ware Room 27 Friday Lab AL6: Developing a First Application with IBM WebSphere MQ Light Speakers: Robert Nicholson, Alex Ross Room 7b Session A16: Using IBM MQ Pub/Sub in an MQ network Speaker: David Ware Room 6
    47. 47. For Additional Information © 2014 IBM Corporation 66  IBM Training  http://www.ibm.com/training  IBM WebSphere  http://www.ibm.com/software/websphere/  http://www.ibm.com/software/products/ibm-mq  IBM developerWorks  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere  https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/messaging  WebSphere forums and community  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/community/
    48. 48. Legal Disclaimer • © IBM Corporation 2014. All Rights Reserved. • The information contained in this publication is provided for informational purposes only. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this publication, it is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In addition, this information is based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this publication or any other materials. Nothing contained in this publication is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. • References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in this presentation may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. • All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. © 2014 IBM Corporation 67
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