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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic how will Home-server queue pull message from store queue ?

‏2004-05-20T10:00:27Z |
Hi ,

I have created a Home server queue and a store queue.Now when i try to send message to store queue it is not accepting that.I also wanted to know the settings to be done for a Home server queue so that it will pull the messages from the store queue.
Urgent help is awaited in this regard.

Thanks & Regards
Suhael
Note:
1. How to send message to Store Queue?
2. How to make Home Server Queue pull message from the Store Queue?
3. Any docs in this regard?
Updated on 2004-05-21T04:36:19Z at 2004-05-21T04:36:19Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: how will Home-server queue pull message from store queue ?

    ‏2004-05-20T14:37:17Z  
    Suhael,

    A Store Queue is a Queue that holds/stores messages bound for other MQe
    QueueManagers (QM). In this way, you can't directly send a message to a
    Store Queue.

    When you create a Store Queue, you need to add the Target MQe QueueManagers
    that it will hold messages for. Then sending messages to this QueueManager
    with a destination of one of the Target QM's, it will store the messages on
    this Queue.

    The HomeServerQueue set on the Client can then pull messages destined for
    it, from this Store Queue. To get the HomeServerQueue to check for messages
    on the remote QM's store Q, you need to call triggerTransmission on the
    Clients QM.

    A good starting place is to go through the examples found in the MQeExplorer
    support pack. We also recommend looking at the MQeScript support pack which
    is ideal in creating repeatable scripts to configure MQe QueueManagers.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Tony

    "suhael_rahman" <suhael_rahman@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:1420530666.1085047227593.JavaMail.wasadmin@swg3ws006...
    > Hi ,
    >
    > I have created a Home server queue and a store queue.Now when i try to
    send message to store queue it is not accepting that.I also wanted to know
    the settings to be done for a Home server queue so that it will pull the
    messages from the store queue.
    > Urgent help is awaited in this regard.
    >
    > Thanks & Regards
    > Suhael
    > Note:
    > 1. How to send message to Store Queue?
    > 2. How to make Home Server Queue pull message from the Store Queue?
    > 3. Any docs in this regard?
    >

  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    684 Posts

    Re: how will Home-server queue pull message from store queue ?

    ‏2004-05-21T04:36:19Z  
    Suhael,

    A Store Queue is a Queue that holds/stores messages bound for other MQe
    QueueManagers (QM). In this way, you can't directly send a message to a
    Store Queue.

    When you create a Store Queue, you need to add the Target MQe QueueManagers
    that it will hold messages for. Then sending messages to this QueueManager
    with a destination of one of the Target QM's, it will store the messages on
    this Queue.

    The HomeServerQueue set on the Client can then pull messages destined for
    it, from this Store Queue. To get the HomeServerQueue to check for messages
    on the remote QM's store Q, you need to call triggerTransmission on the
    Clients QM.

    A good starting place is to go through the examples found in the MQeExplorer
    support pack. We also recommend looking at the MQeScript support pack which
    is ideal in creating repeatable scripts to configure MQe QueueManagers.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Tony

    "suhael_rahman" <suhael_rahman@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:1420530666.1085047227593.JavaMail.wasadmin@swg3ws006...
    > Hi ,
    >
    > I have created a Home server queue and a store queue.Now when i try to
    send message to store queue it is not accepting that.I also wanted to know
    the settings to be done for a Home server queue so that it will pull the
    messages from the store queue.
    > Urgent help is awaited in this regard.
    >
    > Thanks & Regards
    > Suhael
    > Note:
    > 1. How to send message to Store Queue?
    > 2. How to make Home Server Queue pull message from the Store Queue?
    > 3. Any docs in this regard?
    >

    Thanks Tony,

    The concepts are clear now. Can you explain me the Trigger Transmission concept by Home Server Queue? Probably help me how to put it in the form of a Java Code also.

    Regards
    Suhael