WebSphere MQ API Exit Sensor on distributed platforms

 a. Link the appropriate WebSphere MQ API Exit Sensor shared
 object/DLL for your environment (distributed platforms only).
 b. Add the required stanzas to the mqs.ini and qm.ini files.
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 a. Linking the WebSphere MQ API Exit Sensor
 
 Because TransactionVision supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of
 WebSphere MQ, you must link to the correct shared object/DLL.
 
 For WebSphere MQ V5.3 and V6.0 (32-bit), use the following commands
 to link the Sensor:
 ln --s <TransactionVision Install Directory>/lib/tvisionapiexit
 /var/mqm/exits/tvisionapiexit
 ln --s <TransactionVision Install Directory>/lib/tvisionapiexit_r
 /var/mqm/exits/tvisionapiexit_r (not required for Solaris)
 
 For WebSphere MQ V6.0 (64-bit), use the following commands to link
 the Sensor:
 ln --s <TransactionVision Install Directory>/lib64/tvisionapiexit
 /var/mqm/exits64/tvisionapiexit
 ln --s <TransactionVision Install Directory>/lib64/tvisionapiexit_r
 /var/mqm/exits64/tvisionapiexit_r (not required for Solaris)
 
 Ensure that the following stanza is in the qm.ini file:
 ExitPath:
 ExitsDefaultPath=/var/mqm/exits/
 ExitsDefaultPath64=/var/mqm/exits64
 Note that if ExitsDefaultPath parameter value and/or ExitsDefaultPath64
 values of the ExitPath: stanza in qm.ini file are changed, you must
 change the directory name /var/mqm/exits and/or /var/mqm/exits64
 described in the link commands appropriately.
 
 b. Add the following stanza to the qm.ini
 
 ApiExitLocal:
  Name=TransactionVisionWMQSensor
  Sequence=100
  Function=TVisionEntryPoint
  Module=tvisionapiexit

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