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  • Latest Post - ‏2005-06-10T17:10:04Z by SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Trigger Transmission Problem

‏2005-06-09T20:08:09Z |
Hi,

I've a MQe client and a remote queue pointing to a queue which resides on a MQe Server.

When i start the client and the connection to the server is alive, the messages flows correctly to the server queue. Then, if a start the client with no connection to the server the new messages are stored in the remote queue on the client. so far it is good. The problem is that when the connection becomes alive again the new messages are still stored in the remote queue. I read that i can call the triggerTransission method of the MQeQueueManager class to begin the transmission to the server of the stored messages. I called this method but the messages are still stored in the remote queue without flowing to the server.

Anyone knows how to solve this problem?

Thanks.
Updated on 2005-06-10T17:10:04Z at 2005-06-10T17:10:04Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    684 Posts

    Re: Trigger Transmission Problem

    ‏2005-06-10T13:47:03Z  
    Hi,

    I am able to to do this.

    Steps I did are as follows.I used MQe_Explorer

    1)Created Server & client
    2)Put a message to remote Queue in client -msg reached in server
    3)Closed server
    4)Put a message to remote Queue in client - msg was stuck at client
    5)Started client - msg was still at client side
    )Invoked TriggerTransmission by clicking the menu of
    Explorer(Action->Trigger Local) in client side - msg reached in server

    regrds,
    Vijay
    <jaltauz@newtechnologies.com.ar> wrote in message
    news:322049433.1118347720009.JavaMail.wassrvr@ltsgwas007.sby.ibm.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I've a MQe client and a remote queue pointing to a queue which resides on
    a MQe Server.
    >
    > When i start the client and the connection to the server is alive, the
    messages flows correctly to the server queue. Then, if a start the client
    with no connection to the server the new messages are stored in the remote
    queue on the client. so far it is good. The problem is that when the
    connection becomes alive again the new messages are still stored in the
    remote queue. I read that i can call the triggerTransission method of the
    MQeQueueManager class to begin the transmission to the server of the stored
    messages. I called this method but the messages are still stored in the
    remote queue without flowing to the server.
    >
    > Anyone knows how to solve this problem?
    >
    > Thanks.

  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    684 Posts

    Re: Trigger Transmission Problem

    ‏2005-06-10T17:10:04Z  
    Hi,

    I am able to to do this.

    Steps I did are as follows.I used MQe_Explorer

    1)Created Server & client
    2)Put a message to remote Queue in client -msg reached in server
    3)Closed server
    4)Put a message to remote Queue in client - msg was stuck at client
    5)Started client - msg was still at client side
    )Invoked TriggerTransmission by clicking the menu of
    Explorer(Action->Trigger Local) in client side - msg reached in server

    regrds,
    Vijay
    <jaltauz@newtechnologies.com.ar> wrote in message
    news:322049433.1118347720009.JavaMail.wassrvr@ltsgwas007.sby.ibm.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I've a MQe client and a remote queue pointing to a queue which resides on
    a MQe Server.
    >
    > When i start the client and the connection to the server is alive, the
    messages flows correctly to the server queue. Then, if a start the client
    with no connection to the server the new messages are stored in the remote
    queue on the client. so far it is good. The problem is that when the
    connection becomes alive again the new messages are still stored in the
    remote queue. I read that i can call the triggerTransission method of the
    MQeQueueManager class to begin the transmission to the server of the stored
    messages. I called this method but the messages are still stored in the
    remote queue without flowing to the server.
    >
    > Anyone knows how to solve this problem?
    >
    > Thanks.

    Thanks a lot!.But I want to this with the MQe Api for Java within my client application.

    Any ideas?