Channel Auto-definition Error
|Event name:||Channel Auto-definition Error.|
|Reason code in MQCFH:||
MQRC_CHANNEL_AUTO_DEF_ERROR (2234, X'8BA').
Automatic channel definition failed.
|Event description:||This condition is detected when the automatic definition of a channel fails; this may be because an error occurred during the definition process, or because the channel automatic-definition exit inhibited the definition. Additional information indicating the reason for the failure is returned in the event message.|
|Platforms:||All, except IBM® MQ for z/OS®.|
Description: Name of the queue manager generating the event. Identifier: MQCA_Q_MGR_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_Q_MGR_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Name of the channel for which the auto-definiton has failed. Identifier: MQCACH_CHANNEL_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_CHANNEL_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Channel Type. This specifies the type of channel for which the auto-definition has failed. Identifier: MQIACH_CHANNEL_TYPE. Data type: MQCFIN. Values:
- Server-connection (for use by clients).
Description: Identifier of the cause of the error. This contains either the reason code (MQRC_* or MQRCCF_*) resulting from the channel definition attempt or the value MQRCCF_SUPPRESSED_BY_EXIT if the attempt to create the definition was disallowed by the exit. Identifier: MQIACF_ERROR_IDENTIFIER. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Always.
Description: Name of the partner attempting to establish connection. Identifier: MQCACH_CONNECTION_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_CONN_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Auxiliary error data. This contains the value returned by the exit in the
Feedbackfield of the MQCXP to indicate why the auto definition has been disallowed.
Identifier: MQIACF_AUX_ERROR_DATA_INT_1. Data type: MQCFIN. Returned: Only if