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Re: Using Perl vs Java with MQSeries

by ask (Pilgrim)
on Nov 26, 2001 at 21:00 UTC ( #127582=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Using Perl vs Java with MQSeries

Uh, did you really mean 150/hour? If so, then performance will not be an issue with either language, even if the API is braindead with one of them (which I doubt).

Use whatever language fits in best with the rest of your system or application.

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Re^2: Using Perl vs Java with MQSeries
by Viko (Acolyte) on Jun 05, 2009 at 11:25 UTC
    I realize that this is a very old post, but I'll give my 0.2c anyway...

    The only reason I would use Java over Perl is if my MQ Server requires a certain userID to be used for security reasons. With Perl and C, the userID of the client is passed on to the server and to the best of my knowledge, there's no getting around that. With Java, you can specify the userID of your liking.

    Apart from that nuisance, I found that it's very easy to work with MQSeries through Perl and posted a write-up about it at usestrict.net

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