I am currently using WMQ Version 7. I am suddenly getting this error "Error 1008 : An attempt was made to reference a token that does not exist".
I am not sure how to resolve this issue. It would be great if someone can guide me on this.
Thanks & Regards,
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6 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-07T18:02:36Z by SystemAdmin
Pinned topic Error 1008 - Error in "MQ Services startup"
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Updated on 2012-11-07T18:02:36Z at 2012-11-07T18:02:36Z by SystemAdmin
Re: Error 1008 - Error in "MQ Services startup"2010-09-07T11:24:14Z in response to IshwaryaJust to add to the below thread - This error was thrown when I start the 'IBM MQ Series' Service.
Am unable to work on WMB as I could not start up the MQ series hence the Queue Manager, configuration manager & the broker.
Re: Error 1008 - Error in "MQ Services startup"2010-09-08T05:49:24Z in response to IshwaryaThanks Greg for the response... I tried out that option and I could resolve by checking the interactive user option..
But i could just see my own Domain & User ID on the Identity Page (on 'This user' option) - Not the MUSR_MQADMIN user account, as specified in the link!
Also, there are 3 options thrown on Id page -
1) Interactive user
2) Launching user
3) This user - this had the user id and pwd.
I would like to know the difference and usage purpose of these..
Re: Error 1008 - Error in "MQ Services startup"2012-02-14T12:20:32Z in response to IshwaryaType dcomcnfg in run of Windows
Click OK. The Component Services Window opens.
Expand Component services.
Expand My Computer.
Click the DCOM Config node.
A list of applications is displayed. From this list:
Find and highlight the IBM® MQSeries® Services entry.
Right-click IBM MQSeries Services, and then click Properties.
This displays information about the location of the DCOM server (AMQMSRVN.EXE), together with its identity and security properties.
Select the Security page to view or modify the launch, access, or configuration permissions.
In Access Permissions, click Edit and can add the user for which access is required.
If it is started, stop and restart the IBM MQSeries service from the Windows Services control panel for your changes to take effect. (If your changes affect a user who is currently logged on, that user must log off and on again).