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MQEnvironment ClassNotFound exception



We are setting up new environment and we are having issues when trying to connect MQ Server from PRPC.

Error Messages class not found exception

Steps to Reproduce

Not Applicable

Root Cause

MQ jars were not added in the PRPC CLASSPATH.


Following approaches can be taken to make MQ jars available to PRPC
Import the below MQ 7 jars by using PRPC. Application / Import:
Or, Add the MQ client jars in a WebSphere shared library/tomcat classpath which can be picked up at runtime by the PRPC.

We updated of the tomcat to add the MQ client jars in the CLASSPATH.

Published January 31, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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