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Introduction to Message Queuing

Installation and Configuration

Installation and Configuration for UNIX

Client for UNIX User's Guide

Installation and Configuration for Windows NT

Client for Windows NT User's Guide

Installation for OpenVMS

Configuration for OpenVMS

Client for OpenVMS User's Guide


Programmer's Guide

FML Programmer's Guide


Reference Manual


System Messages

IBM Connectivity

MQSeries Connection Installation Guide

MQSeries Connection User's Guide

MVS Client Installation Guide

MVS Client User's Guide

LU6.2 Services for OpenVMS Installation Guide

LU6.2 Services for OpenVMS User's Guide



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