|Event name:||Channel Started.|
|Reason code in MQCFH:||
MQRC_CHANNEL_STARTED (2282, X'8EA').
|Event description:||Either an operator has issued a Start Channel command, or an instance of a channel has been successfully established. This condition is detected when Initial Data negotiation is complete and resynchronization has been performed where necessary, such that message transfer can proceed.|
|Platforms:||All. Client connections do not produce this event.|
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: Channel name. Identifier: MQCACH_CHANNEL_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_CHANNEL_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Always.
Description: Transmission queue name. Identifier: MQCACH_XMIT_Q_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_Q_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: For sender, server, cluster-sender, and cluster-receiver channels only.
Description: If the channel has successfully established a TCP connection, this is the Internet address. Otherwise it is the contents of the
ConnectionNamefield in the channel definition.
Identifier: MQCACH_CONNECTION_NAME. Data type: MQCFST. Maximum length: MQ_CONN_NAME_LENGTH. Returned: Only for commands that do not contain a generic name.