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An IBM MQe Queue Manager runs as a separate process from the Siebel Server. This process can run either on the same computer that hosts the Siebel Server, or on a different computer in the same enterprise. Either way, the Siebel Server and the Siebel Handheld application communicate with the queue manager using the HTTP protocol. IBM MQe is a Java-based product, and requires certain Java configurations.
CAUTION: If Siebel Server and IBM MQe Queue Managers are running on different hosts, their system clocks must be synchronized. If they are not, PING messaging may fail. For more information about the MQe requirement, see the IBM documentation.
NOTE: If your Siebel implementation uses Store-and-Forward Messaging for both Siebel Handheld and Siebel Mobile Web Client, the SMQReceiver for Siebel Handheld and the SMQReceiver for Siebel Mobile Web Client can run on the same server, but they use different subsystems. For more information about setting up SMQReceiver for Siebel Mobile Web Client, see Siebel Store-and-Forward Messaging Guide for Mobile Web Client.
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