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1 Mike_Wallis comentou às Link permanente

I seldom use the MQI API Exercizer because it only seems to be available on a host running the MQ Server product. It would be a lot more useful to me if it were available on an MQ Client implementation of WMQ Explorer. Currently, I'm running IBM Support Pacs MQC7, MS0T and IS02 on my workstation. When I click on the link to the MQI API Exercizer, I get an error saying that it's not installed or can't be launched.

2 SteveWebb comentou às Link permanente

@Mike_Wallis - Hi Mike, Thanks for the comment. The author is out of the office today, but he will respond once he's back. Thanks, Steve

3 aprakao comentou às Link permanente

Does this API exerciser display the syntax if i would like to replicate the same in Unix Env.

4 RichardHamilton comentou às Link permanente

Hi Mike, <br /> The API exerciser only runs on server installations of WebSphere MQ for Windows and Linux x86 machines. <div>&nbsp;</div> If you are not running the server product on Windows or Linux x86, and want to give this a try. Check out the free trial version of WebSphere MQ V7: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/ws/wmq/ <div>&nbsp;</div> I am sorry that I did not make that clear in my post. <div>&nbsp;</div> Regards, <br /> R J Hamilton

5 RichardHamilton comentou às Link permanente

Aprakao, <div>&nbsp;</div> The API specification for your Windows and UNIX queue managers are the same. For example, the API settings for the MQOPEN that work in Windows, will also work for your UNIX queue managers. <div>&nbsp;</div> The API exerciser only runs on server installations of WebSphere MQ for Windows and Linux x86 machines. <div>&nbsp;</div> If you are not running the server product on Windows or Linux x86, and want to give this a try. Check put the free trial version of WebSphere MQ V7: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/ws/wmq/ <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks for your question. <div>&nbsp;</div> Regards, <br /> R J Hamilton