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Pinned topic FMC38009E / FMC00013E / 2085

‏2007-07-09T06:42:58Z |
Hello alltogether,

my colleague and I have a problem using MQSeries Workflow-API in a Java program. By testing the program the fellowing answer will be sent:

FMC38009E MQSeries Workflow-API-Fehler:
API-Rückkehrcode : 13
Fehlerursprung : FmcSession.java:504
Fehlernachricht : FMC00013E Übertragungsfehler - Fehlgeschlagene Aktion: put, Ursachencode: 2085, Fehlgeschlagenes Objekt: MQSQ.
Verschachtelte Ausnahme: Keine Context[ Threadhttp8080-Processor3,5,main (kontext=postkorb) (requestToken=3)

(BENUTZER_KENNUNG=XXXX) (webapp_path=C:\temp\docBase\) (webapp_app_url=http://localhost:8080/postkorb/Postkorb) (sitzungsID=301ECBA38B94F7C0CFB8FAD7C760AC16) (webapp_app_uri=/postkorb/Postkorb) (Prozess=com.<firma>.anwendung.postkorb.prozesse.Postkorb) (webapp_context=/postkorb) (Mandant=kein_mandant) (webapp_base_url=http://localhost:8080/kein_mandant/)]

For an answer we thank You in advance!
Olaf Meuther
Updated on 2008-12-09T03:34:56Z at 2008-12-09T03:34:56Z by razz.323
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    Re: FMC38009E / FMC00013E / 2085

    ‏2007-07-10T08:09:23Z  
    Hello,

    there is a lot of information missing in order to help.

    What version of Java API are you using?
    Does the Logon call work?
    Does this error occur only once or permantently?
    What kind of object is MQSQ? An MQWF asset or yours?
    What kind of communication are you using MQ client or server?
    Which MQ libraries are you using (embedded, 5.3, 6.x)?

    If you cannot figure out the reason for MQRC_UNKNOWN_OBJECT_NAME
    and the configuration checker output also doesn't help either, I suggest
    to open a PMR.

    Volker Hoss
    IBM WebSphere Process Server Development
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    Re: FMC38009E / FMC00013E / 2085

    ‏2007-07-10T12:44:35Z  
    Hello,

    there is a lot of information missing in order to help.

    What version of Java API are you using?
    Does the Logon call work?
    Does this error occur only once or permantently?
    What kind of object is MQSQ? An MQWF asset or yours?
    What kind of communication are you using MQ client or server?
    Which MQ libraries are you using (embedded, 5.3, 6.x)?

    If you cannot figure out the reason for MQRC_UNKNOWN_OBJECT_NAME
    and the configuration checker output also doesn't help either, I suggest
    to open a PMR.

    Volker Hoss
    IBM WebSphere Process Server Development
    Dear Mr. Voss,

    thank You for Your answer. My colleague is not able to give us more than the following additional information to your questions:

    a) The logon fails.
    b) The error occur permanently.

    We use MQ Series 5.3 CSD 9 Client and MQ Workflow 3.6. I hope you got enough information to help us. Otherwise the problem has to be solve by ourselves.

    I Thank You in advance!
    Yours, Olaf
  • razz.323
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    Re: FMC38009E / FMC00013E / 2085

    ‏2008-12-09T03:34:56Z  
    Hi

    If there is a network break down or a packet loss from the MQWF Client to the server
    The PEA will still exist but in an inactive state .So you have to kill the process id
    of the PEA Agent and start the PEA agent and it works as usual but ensure that there is good connectivity.