2101 (0835) (RC2101): MQRC_OBJECT_DAMAGED
The object accessed by the call is damaged and cannot be used. For example, this might be because the definition of the object in main storage is not consistent, or because it differs from the definition of the object on disk, or because the definition on disk cannot be read. The object can be deleted, although it might not be possible to delete the associated user space.
- On z/OS®, this reason occurs when the Db2® list header or structure number associated with a shared queue is zero. This situation arises as a result of using the MQSC command DELETE CFSTRUCT to delete the Db2 structure definition. The command resets the list header and structure number to zero for each of the shared queues that references the deleted CF structure.
It might be necessary to stop and restart the queue manager, or to restore the queue manager data from backup storage.
- On the following platforms, consult the FFST record to obtain more detail about the problem:
- IBM® i
- HP Integrity NonStop Server
- UNIX and Linux®
- On z/OS, delete the shared queue and redefine it using the MQSC command DEFINE QLOCAL. This automatically defines a CF structure and allocates list headers for it.