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WTxIBCoder
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Pinned topic How can we confirm MQ client is configured to ITX

‏2019-05-21T14:31:50Z |

How can we confirm MQ client is configured to ITX.

Is there any quick test can be done from ITX.  Just to confirm MQ configuration is done in correct way. Handshake is establish with ITX server.

Is this issue related to Firewall?

 

Thanks,

WtxIBcoder

 

 

  • PaulBrett
    PaulBrett
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    Re: How can we confirm MQ client is configured to ITX

    ‏2019-05-23T07:20:16Z  

    I suppose the best way would be to check that you can enqueue/dequeue a message:

    =PUT("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")    ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    and

    =GET("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN1 -QTY 1 -T")             ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN 1 -QTY 1 -T")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    Thank you.

    Paul

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  • PaulBrett
    PaulBrett
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    Re: How can we confirm MQ client is configured to ITX

    ‏2019-05-23T07:20:16Z  

    I suppose the best way would be to check that you can enqueue/dequeue a message:

    =PUT("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")    ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    and

    =GET("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN1 -QTY 1 -T")             ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN 1 -QTY 1 -T")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    Thank you.

    Paul

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  • WTxIBCoder
    WTxIBCoder
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    Re: How can we confirm MQ client is configured to ITX

    ‏2019-05-23T17:56:39Z  
    • PaulBrett
    • ‏2019-05-23T07:20:16Z

    I suppose the best way would be to check that you can enqueue/dequeue a message:

    =PUT("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")    ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -T","Payload data string")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    and

    =GET("MQS","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN1 -QTY 1 -T")             ( or  =PUT("MQSC","-QMN QueueManagerName -QN QueueName -LSN 1 -QTY 1 -T")  if you're using MQ Client adapter)

    Thank you.

    Paul

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    Agreed, they are able to get the put the message successfully.

     

    Thanks,

    WTxIBCoder