Courses & Workshops

4-4412 WebSphere MQ Overview + OpenText MIM Managed File Transfer Fundamentals

Duration: 5 days

After completion of this five-day course, the student will be able to apply a basic working knowledge of WebSphere MQ capabilities including:

  • Concepts
  • Architecture
  • Creating queue managers
  • Administration of queues and channels
  • Diagnosing and correcting problems
  • In addition, the student will be able to apply a working knowledge of Metastorm Integration Manager (MIM) Managed File Transfer (MFT) capabilities including:
    • Concepts Architecture
    • Planning and Installation
    • Operational Management and Monitoring
    • Administration
    • Creation of Transfer Requests for files and WebSphere MQ queues
    • Adding exits to Transfer Requests
    • Available sample exits
    • Working with the XMScript programming language
    • Working with XML data in XMScript
    • Writing custom exits with XMScript
    • Adding custom status to exits


    • Day 1
      • Messaging and Queuing Concepts
      • WebSphere MQ Introduction
        • Lab: Setup for labs
      • Basic Queue Manager Administration
        • Lab: Create a Queue Manager
      • WebSphere MQ Objects
        • Lab: Create and Verify a Local Queue
      • WebSphere MQ Sample Programs
        • Lab: Testing Local Queue
      • Distributed Queuing
        • Lab: Setup and Test Channels
      • Problem Determination
        • Lab: Problem Determination
      • Advanced Topics
    • Day 2
      • MIM Managed File Transfer Overview
      • Architecture and Components
        • Lab: Setup for labs
      • Planning and Installation
        • Lab: Istalling Metastorm Integratio Manager
      • Node and Service Management
        • Lab: Managing Components
      • Basic Transfer Requests
        • Lab: Basic Transfer Requests
      • Managing Transfer Requests with the Process Monitor
        • Lab: Using the Process Monitor for Transfers
      • Using Process Auditor to Monitor Transfer Status
        • Lab: Working with the Process Auditor
    • Day 3
      • Problem Determination
        • Lab: Diagnosing and Correcting Problems
      • Transferring Files with Other Platforms
      • Destination Lists and Request Groups
        • Lab: Working with Destination Lists and Request Groups
      • dvanced Transfer Request Options
        • Lab: Executing Stored Requests via the Command Line
      • Directory Monitoring
        • Lab: Setting Up Directory Monitoring
      • UNIX Administration Overview (optional)
      • File-to-Message (F2M) and Message-to-File (M2F) Transfer Requests
        • Lab: Working with F2M and M2F Transfer Requests
    • Day 4
      • Configuring Node Topologies
        • Lab: Creating Node Topologies
      • Process Monitor Access Control
        • Lab: Working with Access Control
      • z/OS Administration Overview (optional)
      • Registry and Workbench
        • Lab: Manipulating the Registry with the Workbench
      • i5/OS Administration Overview (optional)
      • Client Support
        • Lab: Configuring MIM Client Nodes
        • Transfer Request Security
    • Day 5
      • MIM MFT Integration Overview
        • Lab: Setup for labs (optional)
      • Invoking Transfer Request Exits
        • Lab: Invoking Exits
      • A Quick Tour of XMScript
        • Lab: Working with simple XMScript programs
        • Lab: Developing Scripts with the Workbench
      • XML Support in XMScript
        • Lab: Programming with XML in XMScript
      • Workflow Object and Process Flows
        • Lab: Using the Transfer Request XML Interface
      • Creating Custom Exits
        • Lab: Developing Custom Exits
      • Creating Custom Status in Exits
        • Lab: Adding Status to the Exit


      Future Administrators, Operation Staff, Developers and Users of Metastorm Integration Manager Managed File Transfer


      This class is intended for students who will be responsible for working in a OpenText MIM Managed File Transfer environment to support data movement. This is an introductory level course and students in this class should possess some familiarity with networking and computer fundamentals. No prior experience with WebSphere MQ is assumed.


      Format Currency Price
      Per Course at Customer Site USD  22,500.00 

      Taxes: All prices exclude VAT or other taxes where applicable (all currencies).

      Extra expenses: Customer site course prices do not include instructor travel expenses, which are billed separately.

      Reservations: Please provide a minimum of 3 weeks advance notice when arranging courses at customer sites.

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