iSeries: System Admin. Guide

  1. iSeries: System Admin. Guide

  2. Figures

  3. Tables

  4. About this book

  5. Who this book is for

  6. What you need to know to understand this book

  7. How to use this book

  8. Terms used in this book

  9. Summary of changes

  10. Changes for this edition (SC34-6586-00)

  11. Introduction to WebSphere MQ

  12. WebSphere MQ and message queuing

  13. Time-independent applications

  14. Message-driven processing

  15. Messages and queues

  16. What is a message?

  17. What is a queue?

  18. Objects

  19. Object names

  20. Managing objects

  21. Object attributes

  22. WebSphere MQ queue managers

  23. WebSphere MQ queues

  24. Authentication information objects

  25. Channels

  26. Client connection channels

  27. Clusters

  28. Listeners

  29. Namelists

  30. Process definitions

  31. Services

  32. System default objects

  33. Clients and servers

  34. WebSphere MQ applications in a client-server environment

  35. Extending queue manager facilities

  36. User exits

  37. Security

  38. Transactional support

  39. Daylight saving time

  40. Spring time change

  41. Autumn (fall) time change

  42. Managing WebSphere MQ for iSeries using CL commands

  43. WebSphere MQ applications

  44. WebSphere MQ for iSeries CL commands

  45. General usage tips

  46. Before you start

  47. Starting a local queue manager

  48. Creating WebSphere MQ objects

  49. Examples of creating a local queue

  50. Examples of creating a remote queue

  51. Creating a transmission queue

  52. Creating an initiation queue

  53. Creating an alias queue

  54. Creating a model queue

  55. Altering queue manager attributes

  56. Working with local queues

  57. Defining a local queue

  58. Defining a dead-letter queue

  59. Displaying default object attributes

  60. Copying a local queue definition

  61. Changing local queue attributes

  62. Clear a local queue

  63. Delete a local queue

  64. Enabling large queues

  65. Working with alias queues

  66. Defining an alias queue

  67. Using other commands with alias queues

  68. Working with model queues

  69. Defining a model queue

  70. Using other commands with model queues

  71. Working with triggering

  72. What is triggering?

  73. What is the trigger monitor?

  74. Altering the job submission attributes of the trigger monitor

  75. Set up objects for triggering

  76. Communicating between two systems

  77. Alternative ways of administering WebSphere MQ

  78. Local and remote administration

  79. Administration using MQSC commands

  80. MQSC command files

  81. Administration using PCF commands

  82. Attributes in MQSC and PCF commands

  83. Escape PCFs

  84. Using the MQAI to simplify the use of PCFs

  85. Using the WebSphere MQ Explorer

  86. What you can do with the WebSphere MQ Explorer

  87. Prerequisite software

  88. Required definitions for administration

  89. Managing the command server for remote administration

  90. Starting the command server

  91. Displaying the status of the command server

  92. Stopping a command server

  93. Instrumentation events

  94. Work management

  95. Description of WebSphere MQ tasks

  96. WebSphere MQ work management objects

  97. How WebSphere MQ uses the work management objects

  98. The WebSphere MQ message queue

  99. Configuring work management

  100. Protecting WebSphere MQ objects

  101. Security considerations

  102. Understanding the Object Authority Manager

  103. Resources you can protect with the OAM

  104. WebSphere MQ authorities

  105. Granting WebSphere MQ authorities to WebSphere MQ objects

  106. Understanding the authorization specification tables

  107. MQI authorizations

  108. Administration authorizations

  109. Authorizations for MQSC commands in escape PCFs

  110. Generic OAM profiles

  111. Using wildcard characters

  112. Profile priorities

  113. Specifying the installed authorization service

  114. Working without authority profiles

  115. Working with authority profiles

  116. WRKMQMAUT

  117. WRKMQMAUTD

  118. Object Authority Manager guidelines

  119. Queue manager directories

  120. Queues

  121. Alternate-user authority

  122. Context authority

  123. Remote security considerations

  124. Channel command security

  125. The WebSphere MQ dead-letter queue handler

  126. Invoking the DLQ handler

  127. The DLQ handler rules table

  128. Control data

  129. Rules (patterns and actions)

  130. Rules table conventions

  131. Processing the rules table

  132. Ensuring that all DLQ messages are processed

  133. An example DLQ handler rules table

  134. Backup, recovery, and restart

  135. WebSphere MQ for iSeries journals

  136. WebSphere MQ for iSeries journal usage

  137. Media images

  138. Recovery from media images

  139. Checkpoints

  140. Backups of WebSphere MQ for iSeries data

  141. Journal management

  142. Restoring a complete queue manager (data and journals)

  143. Restoring journal receivers for a particular queue manager

  144. Performance and failover considerations

  145. Using SAVLIB to save WebSphere MQ libraries

  146. Analyzing problems

  147. Preliminary checks

  148. Problem characteristics

  149. Can you reproduce the problem?

  150. Is the problem intermittent?

  151. Problems with commands

  152. Does the problem affect all users of the WebSphere MQ for iSeries application?

  153. Does the problem affect specific parts of the network?

  154. Does the problem occur only on WebSphere MQ

  155. Does the problem occur at specific times of the day?

  156. Have you failed to receive a response from a command?

  157. Determining problems with WebSphere MQ applications

  158. Are some of your queues working?

  159. Does the problem affect only remote queues?

  160. Does the problem affect messages?

  161. Unexpected messages are received when using distributed queues

  162. Obtaining diagnostic information

  163. Using WebSphere MQ for iSeries trace

  164. Formatting trace output

  165. Error logs

  166. Log files

  167. Early errors

  168. Operator messages

  169. An example WebSphere MQ error log

  170. Dead-letter queues

  171. First-failure support technology (FFST)

  172. Performance considerations

  173. Application design considerations

  174. Number of threads in use

  175. Specific performance problems

  176. Configuring WebSphere MQ

  177. WebSphere MQ configuration files

  178. Editing configuration files

  179. The WebSphere MQ configuration file mqs.ini

  180. Queue manager configuration files qm.ini

  181. Attributes for changing WebSphere MQ configuration information

  182. The AllQueueManagers stanza

  183. The DefaultQueueManager stanza

  184. The ExitProperties stanza

  185. The QueueManager stanza

  186. Changing queue manager configuration information

  187. The Log stanza

  188. The Channels stanza

  189. The queue manager error log stanza

  190. The TCP stanza

  191. API exits

  192. Why use API exits

  193. How you use API exits

  194. What happens when an API exit runs?

  195. Configuring API exits

  196. Example mqs.ini and qm.ini files

  197. Installable services and components

  198. Why installable services?

  199. Functions and components

  200. Entry-points

  201. Return codes

  202. Component data

  203. Initialization

  204. Primary initialization

  205. Secondary initialization

  206. Primary termination

  207. Secondary termination

  208. Configuring services and components

  209. Service stanza format

  210. Service component stanza format

  211. Creating your own service component

  212. Authorization service

  213. Object authority manager (OAM)

  214. Configuring authorization service stanzas

  215. Authorization service interface

  216. Installable services interface reference information

  217. How the functions are shown

  218. MQZEP - Add component entry point

  219. MQHCONFIG - Configuration handle

  220. PMQFUNC - Pointer to function

  221. MQZ_AUTHENTICATE_USER - Authenticate user

  222. MQZ_CHECK_AUTHORITY - Check authority

  223. MQZ_COPY_ALL_AUTHORITY - Copy all authority

  224. MQZ_DELETE_AUTHORITY - Delete authority

  225. MQZ_ENUMERATE_AUTHORITY_DATA - Enumerate authority data

  226. MQZ_FREE_USER - Free user

  227. MQZ_GET_AUTHORITY - Get authority

  228. MQZ_GET_EXPLICIT_AUTHORITY - Get explicit authority

  229. MQZ_INIT_AUTHORITY - Initialize authorization service

  230. MQZ_INQUIRE - Inquire authorization service

  231. MQZ_REFRESH_CACHE - Refresh all authorizations

  232. MQZ_SET_AUTHORITY - Set authority

  233. MQZ_TERM_AUTHORITY - Terminate authorization service

  234. MQZAC - Application context

  235. MQZAD - Authority data

  236. MQZED - Entity descriptor

  237. MQZFP - Free parameters

  238. MQZIC - Identity context

  239. Appendix A. The CL commands

  240. Connect MQ (CCTMQM)

  241. Parameters

  242. Change Message Queue Manager (CHGMQM)

  243. Parameters

  244. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  245. Force (FORCE)

  246. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  247. Trigger interval (TRGITV)

  248. Undelivered message queue (UDLMSGQ)

  249. Default transmission queue (DFTTMQ)

  250. Maximum handle limit (MAXHDL)

  251. Maximum uncommitted messages (MAXUMSG)

  252. Authorization events enabled (AUTEVT)

  253. Inhibit events enabled (INHEVT)

  254. Local error events enabled (LCLERREVT)

  255. Remote error events enabled (RMTERREVT)

  256. Performance events enabled (PFREVT)

  257. Start and stop events enabled (STRSTPEVT)

  258. Automatic Channel Definition (CHAD)

  259. Auto Chan. Def. events enabled (CHADEV)

  260. Auto Chan. Def. exit program (CHADEXIT)

  261. Maximum Message Length (MAXMSGL)

  262. Coded Character Set (CCSID)

  263. Cluster Workload Exit Data (CLWLDATA)

  264. Cluster Workload Exit (CLWLEXIT)

  265. Cluster Workload Exit Data Length (CLWLLEN)

  266. Repository name (REPOS)

  267. Repository name list (REPOSNL)

  268. SSL CRL Namelist (SSLCRLNL)

  269. SSL Key Repository (SSLKEYR)

  270. SSL Repository Password (SSLKEYRPWD)

  271. SSL key reset count (SSLRSTCNT)

  272. IP protocol (IPADDRV)

  273. Outbound cluster channels (CLWLMRUC)

  274. Remote cluster puts (CLWLUSEQ)

  275. Log recovery events enabled (LOGGEREVT)

  276. Channel events enabled (CHLEVT)

  277. SSL events enabled (SSLEVT)

  278. Channel initiator control (SCHINIT)

  279. Command server control (SCMDSERV)

  280. Queue Monitoring (MONQ)

  281. Channel Monitoring (MONCHL)

  282. Cluster Sender Monitoring (MONACLS)

  283. Queue Manager Statistics (STATMQI)

  284. Queue Statistics (STATQ)

  285. Channel Statistics (STATCHL)

  286. Cluster Sender Statistics (STATACLS)

  287. Statistics Interval (STATINT)

  288. MQI Accounting (ACCTMQI)

  289. Queue Accounting (ACCTQ)

  290. Accounting Interval (ACCTINT)

  291. Accounting Override (ACCTCONO)

  292. Trace Route Recording (ROUTEREC)

  293. Activity Recording (ACTIVREC)

  294. Change MQ AuthInfo object (CHGMQMAUTI)

  295. Parameters

  296. AuthInfo name (AINAME)

  297. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  298. Connection name (CONNAME)

  299. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  300. User name (USERNAME)

  301. User password (PASSWORD)

  302. Change MQ Channel (CHGMQMCHL)

  303. Parameters

  304. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  305. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  306. Channel type (CHLTYPE)

  307. Transport type (TRPTYPE)

  308. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  309. Target Queue Manager (TGTMQMNAME)

  310. Connection name (CONNAME)

  311. Transaction Program Name (TPNAME)

  312. Mode Name (MODENAME)

  313. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  314. Message channel agent (MCANAME)

  315. Message channel agent user ID (MCAUSRID)

  316. Message channel agent Type (MCATYPE)

  317. Batch Interval (BATCHINT)

  318. Batch size (BATCHSIZE)

  319. Disconnect interval (DSCITV)

  320. Short retry interval (SHORTTMR)

  321. Short retry count (SHORTRTY)

  322. Long retry interval (LONGTMR)

  323. Long retry count (LONGRTY)

  324. Security exit (SCYEXIT)

  325. Security exit user data (SCYUSRDATA)

  326. Send exit (SNDEXIT)

  327. Send exit user data (SNDUSRDATA)

  328. Receive exit (RCVEXIT)

  329. Receive exit user data (RCVUSRDATA)

  330. Message exit (MSGEXIT)

  331. Message exit user data (MSGUSRDATA)

  332. Message retry exit (MSGRTYEXIT)

  333. Message retry exit data (MSGRTYDATA)

  334. Number of message retries (MSGRTYNBR)

  335. Message retry interval (MSGRTYITV)

  336. Convert message (CVTMSG)

  337. Put authority (PUTAUT)

  338. Sequence number wrap (SEQNUMWRAP)

  339. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  340. Heartbeat interval (HRTBTINTVL)

  341. Non Persistent Message Speed (NPMSPEED)

  342. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  343. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  344. Network Connection Priority (NETPRTY)

  345. SSL CipherSpec (SSLCIPH)

  346. SSL Client Authentication (SSLCAUTH)

  347. SSL Peer name (SSLPEER)

  348. Local communication address (LOCLADDR)

  349. Batch Heartbeat Interval (BATCHHB)

  350. Task user identifier (USERID)

  351. Password (PASSWORD)

  352. Keep Alive Interval (KAINT)

  353. Header Compression (COMPHDR)

  354. Message Compression (COMPMSG)

  355. Channel Monitoring (MONCHL)

  356. Channel Statistics (STATCHL)

  357. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  358. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  359. Cluster Channel Weight (CLWLWGHT)

  360. Change MQ Listener (CHGMQMLSR)

  361. Parameters

  362. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  363. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  364. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  365. Listener control (CONTROL)

  366. Port number (PORT)

  367. IP Address (IPADDR)

  368. Listener backlog (BACKLOG)

  369. Change MQ Namelist (CHGMQMNL)

  370. Parameters

  371. Namelist (NAMELIST)

  372. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  373. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  374. List of Names (NAMES)

  375. Change MQ Process (CHGMQMPRC)

  376. Parameters

  377. Process name (PRCNAME)

  378. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  379. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  380. Application type (APPTYPE)

  381. Application identifier (APPID)

  382. User data (USRDATA)

  383. Environment data (ENVDATA)

  384. Change MQ Queue (CHGMQMQ)

  385. Parameters

  386. Queue name (QNAME)

  387. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  388. Queue type (QTYPE)

  389. Force (FORCE)

  390. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  391. Put enabled (PUTENBL)

  392. Default message priority (DFTPTY)

  393. Default message persistence (DFTMSGPST)

  394. Process name (PRCNAME)

  395. Triggering enabled (TRGENBL)

  396. Get enabled (GETENBL)

  397. Sharing enabled (SHARE)

  398. Default share option (DFTSHARE)

  399. Message delivery sequence (MSGDLYSEQ)

  400. Harden backout count (HDNBKTCNT)

  401. Trigger type (TRGTYPE)

  402. Trigger depth (TRGDEPTH)

  403. Trigger message priority (TRGMSGPTY)

  404. Trigger data (TRGDATA)

  405. Retention interval (RTNITV)

  406. Maximum queue depth (MAXDEPTH)

  407. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  408. Backout threshold (BKTTHLD)

  409. Backout requeue name (BKTQNAME)

  410. Initiation queue (INITQNAME)

  411. Usage (USAGE)

  412. Definition type (DFNTYPE)

  413. Target queue (TGTQNAME)

  414. Remote queue (RMTQNAME)

  415. Remote Message Queue Manager (RMTMQMNAME)

  416. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  417. Queue depth high threshold (HIGHTHLD)

  418. Queue depth low threshold (LOWTHLD)

  419. Queue full events enabled (FULLEVT)

  420. Queue high events enabled (HIGHEVT)

  421. Queue low events enabled (LOWEVT)

  422. Service interval (SRVITV)

  423. Service interval events (SRVEVT)

  424. Distribution list support (DISTLIST)

  425. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  426. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  427. Default Binding (DEFBIND)

  428. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  429. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  430. Remote cluster puts (CLWLUSEQ)

  431. Queue Monitoring (MONQ)

  432. Queue Statistics (STATQ)

  433. Queue Accounting (ACCTQ)

  434. Non Persistent Message Class (NPMCLASS)

  435. Change MQ Service (CHGMQMSVC)

  436. Parameters

  437. Service name (SVCNAME)

  438. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  439. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  440. Start program (STRCMD)

  441. Start program arguments (STRARG)

  442. End program (ENDCMD)

  443. End program arguments (ENDARG)

  444. Standard output (STDOUT)

  445. Standard error (STDERR)

  446. Service type (TYPE)

  447. Service control (CONTROL)

  448. Clear WebSphere MQ Publish/Sub (CLRMQMBRK)

  449. Parameters

  450. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  451. Break Parent link (BRKPARENT)

  452. Child Message Queue Manager (CHILDMQM)

  453. Clear MQ Queue (CLRMQMQ)

  454. Parameters

  455. Queue name (QNAME)

  456. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  457. Copy MQ AuthInfo object (CPYMQMAUTI)

  458. Parameters

  459. From AuthInfo name (FROMAI)

  460. To AuthInfo name (TOAI)

  461. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  462. AuthInfo type (AUTHTYPE)

  463. Connection name (CONNAME)

  464. Replace (REPLACE)

  465. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  466. User name (USERNAME)

  467. User password (PASSWORD)

  468. Copy MQ Channel (CPYMQMCHL)

  469. Parameters

  470. From channel (FROMCHL)

  471. To channel (TOCHL)

  472. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  473. Channel type (CHLTYPE)

  474. Replace (REPLACE)

  475. Transport type (TRPTYPE)

  476. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  477. Target Queue Manager (TGTMQMNAME)

  478. Connection name (CONNAME)

  479. Transaction Program Name (TPNAME)

  480. Mode Name (MODENAME)

  481. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  482. Message channel agent (MCANAME)

  483. Message channel agent user ID (MCAUSRID)

  484. Message channel agent Type (MCATYPE)

  485. Batch Interval (BATCHINT)

  486. Batch size (BATCHSIZE)

  487. Disconnect interval (DSCITV)

  488. Short retry interval (SHORTTMR)

  489. Short retry count (SHORTRTY)

  490. Long retry interval (LONGTMR)

  491. Long retry count (LONGRTY)

  492. Security exit (SCYEXIT)

  493. Security exit user data (SCYUSRDATA)

  494. Send exit (SNDEXIT)

  495. Send exit user data (SNDUSRDATA)

  496. Receive exit (RCVEXIT)

  497. Receive exit user data (RCVUSRDATA)

  498. Message exit (MSGEXIT)

  499. Message exit user data (MSGUSRDATA)

  500. Message retry exit (MSGRTYEXIT)

  501. Message retry exit data (MSGRTYDATA)

  502. Number of message retries (MSGRTYNBR)

  503. Message retry interval (MSGRTYITV)

  504. Convert message (CVTMSG)

  505. Put authority (PUTAUT)

  506. Sequence number wrap (SEQNUMWRAP)

  507. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  508. Heartbeat interval (HRTBTINTVL)

  509. Non Persistent Message Speed (NPMSPEED)

  510. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  511. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  512. Network Connection Priority (NETPRTY)

  513. SSL CipherSpec (SSLCIPH)

  514. SSL Client Authentication (SSLCAUTH)

  515. SSL Peer name (SSLPEER)

  516. Local communication address (LOCLADDR)

  517. Batch Heartbeat Interval (BATCHHB)

  518. Task user identifier (USERID)

  519. Password (PASSWORD)

  520. Keep Alive Interval (KAINT)

  521. Header Compression (COMPHDR)

  522. Message Compression (COMPMSG)

  523. Channel Monitoring (MONCHL)

  524. Channel Statistics (STATCHL)

  525. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  526. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  527. Cluster Channel Weight (CLWLWGHT)

  528. Copy MQ Listener (CPYMQMLSR)

  529. Parameters

  530. From Listener (FROMLSR)

  531. To Listener (TOLSR)

  532. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  533. Replace (REPLACE)

  534. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  535. Listener control (CONTROL)

  536. Port number (PORT)

  537. IP Address (IPADDR)

  538. Listener backlog (BACKLOG)

  539. Copy MQ Namelist (CPYMQMNL)

  540. Parameters

  541. From Namelist (FROMNL)

  542. To Namelist (TONL)

  543. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  544. Replace (REPLACE)

  545. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  546. List of Names (NAMES)

  547. Copy MQ Process (CPYMQMPRC)

  548. Parameters

  549. From process (FROMPRC)

  550. To process (TOPRC)

  551. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  552. Replace (REPLACE)

  553. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  554. Application type (APPTYPE)

  555. Application identifier (APPID)

  556. User data (USRDATA)

  557. Environment data (ENVDATA)

  558. Copy MQ Queue (CPYMQMQ)

  559. Parameters

  560. From queue name (FROMQ)

  561. To queue name (TOQ)

  562. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  563. Queue type (QTYPE)

  564. Replace (REPLACE)

  565. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  566. Put enabled (PUTENBL)

  567. Default message priority (DFTPTY)

  568. Default message persistence (DFTMSGPST)

  569. Process name (PRCNAME)

  570. Triggering enabled (TRGENBL)

  571. Get enabled (GETENBL)

  572. Sharing enabled (SHARE)

  573. Default share option (DFTSHARE)

  574. Message delivery sequence (MSGDLYSEQ)

  575. Harden backout count (HDNBKTCNT)

  576. Trigger type (TRGTYPE)

  577. Trigger depth (TRGDEPTH)

  578. Trigger message priority (TRGMSGPTY)

  579. Trigger data (TRGDATA)

  580. Retention interval (RTNITV)

  581. Maximum queue depth (MAXDEPTH)

  582. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  583. Backout threshold (BKTTHLD)

  584. Backout requeue name (BKTQNAME)

  585. Initiation queue (INITQNAME)

  586. Usage (USAGE)

  587. Definition type (DFNTYPE)

  588. Target queue (TGTQNAME)

  589. Remote queue (RMTQNAME)

  590. Remote Message Queue Manager (RMTMQMNAME)

  591. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  592. Queue depth high threshold (HIGHTHLD)

  593. Queue depth low threshold (LOWTHLD)

  594. Queue full events enabled (FULLEVT)

  595. Queue high events enabled (HIGHEVT)

  596. Queue low events enabled (LOWEVT)

  597. Service interval (SRVITV)

  598. Service interval events (SRVEVT)

  599. Distribution list support (DISTLIST)

  600. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  601. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  602. Default Binding (DEFBIND)

  603. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  604. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  605. Remote cluster puts (CLWLUSEQ)

  606. Queue Monitoring (MONQ)

  607. Queue Statistics (STATQ)

  608. Queue Accounting (ACCTQ)

  609. Non Persistent Message Class (NPMCLASS)

  610. Copy MQ Service (CPYMQMSVC)

  611. Parameters

  612. From Service (FROMSVC)

  613. To Service (TOSVC)

  614. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  615. Replace (REPLACE)

  616. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  617. Start program (STRCMD)

  618. Start program arguments (STRARG)

  619. End program (ENDCMD)

  620. End program arguments (ENDARG)

  621. Standard output (STDOUT)

  622. Standard error (STDERR)

  623. Service type (TYPE)

  624. Service control (CONTROL)

  625. Create Message Queue Manager (CRTMQM)

  626. Parameters

  627. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  628. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  629. Trigger interval (TRGITV)

  630. Undelivered message queue (UDLMSGQ)

  631. Default transmission queue (DFTTMQ)

  632. Maximum handle limit (MAXHDL)

  633. Maximum uncommitted messages (MAXUMSG)

  634. Default Queue Manager (DFTQMGR)

  635. Queue Manager Library (MQMLIB)

  636. ASP Number (ASP)

  637. Journal receiver threshold (THRESHOLD)

  638. Create MQ AuthInfo object (CRTMQMAUTI)

  639. Parameters

  640. AuthInfo name (AINAME)

  641. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  642. AuthInfo type (AUTHTYPE)

  643. Connection name (CONNAME)

  644. Replace (REPLACE)

  645. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  646. User name (USERNAME)

  647. User password (PASSWORD)

  648. Create MQ Channel (CRTMQMCHL)

  649. Parameters

  650. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  651. Channel type (CHLTYPE)

  652. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  653. Replace (REPLACE)

  654. Transport type (TRPTYPE)

  655. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  656. Target Queue Manager (TGTMQMNAME)

  657. Connection name (CONNAME)

  658. Transaction Program Name (TPNAME)

  659. Mode Name (MODENAME)

  660. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  661. Message channel agent (MCANAME)

  662. Message channel agent user ID (MCAUSRID)

  663. Message channel agent Type (MCATYPE)

  664. Batch Interval (BATCHINT)

  665. Batch size (BATCHSIZE)

  666. Disconnect interval (DSCITV)

  667. Short retry interval (SHORTTMR)

  668. Short retry count (SHORTRTY)

  669. Long retry interval (LONGTMR)

  670. Long retry count (LONGRTY)

  671. Security exit (SCYEXIT)

  672. Security exit user data (SCYUSRDATA)

  673. Send exit (SNDEXIT)

  674. Send exit user data (SNDUSRDATA)

  675. Receive exit (RCVEXIT)

  676. Receive exit user data (RCVUSRDATA)

  677. Message exit (MSGEXIT)

  678. Message exit user data (MSGUSRDATA)

  679. Message retry exit (MSGRTYEXIT)

  680. Message retry exit data (MSGRTYDATA)

  681. Number of message retries (MSGRTYNBR)

  682. Message retry interval (MSGRTYITV)

  683. Convert message (CVTMSG)

  684. Put authority (PUTAUT)

  685. Sequence number wrap (SEQNUMWRAP)

  686. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  687. Heartbeat interval (HRTBTINTVL)

  688. Non Persistent Message Speed (NPMSPEED)

  689. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  690. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  691. Network Connection Priority (NETPRTY)

  692. SSL CipherSpec (SSLCIPH)

  693. SSL Client Authentication (SSLCAUTH)

  694. SSL Peer name (SSLPEER)

  695. Local communication address (LOCLADDR)

  696. Batch Heartbeat Interval (BATCHHB)

  697. Task user identifier (USERID)

  698. Password (PASSWORD)

  699. Keep Alive Interval (KAINT)

  700. Header Compression (COMPHDR)

  701. Message Compression (COMPMSG)

  702. Channel Monitoring (MONCHL)

  703. Channel Statistics (STATCHL)

  704. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  705. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  706. Cluster Channel Weight (CLWLWGHT)

  707. Create MQ Listener (CRTMQMLSR)

  708. Parameters

  709. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  710. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  711. Replace (REPLACE)

  712. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  713. Listener control (CONTROL)

  714. Port number (PORT)

  715. IP Address (IPADDR)

  716. Listener backlog (BACKLOG)

  717. Create MQ Namelist (CRTMQMNL)

  718. Parameters

  719. Namelist (NAMELIST)

  720. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  721. Replace (REPLACE)

  722. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  723. List of Names (NAMES)

  724. Create MQ Process (CRTMQMPRC)

  725. Parameters

  726. Process name (PRCNAME)

  727. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  728. Replace (REPLACE)

  729. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  730. Application type (APPTYPE)

  731. Application identifier (APPID)

  732. User data (USRDATA)

  733. Environment data (ENVDATA)

  734. Create MQ Queue (CRTMQMQ)

  735. Parameters

  736. Queue name (QNAME)

  737. Queue type (QTYPE)

  738. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  739. Replace (REPLACE)

  740. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  741. Put enabled (PUTENBL)

  742. Default message priority (DFTPTY)

  743. Default message persistence (DFTMSGPST)

  744. Process name (PRCNAME)

  745. Triggering enabled (TRGENBL)

  746. Get enabled (GETENBL)

  747. Sharing enabled (SHARE)

  748. Default share option (DFTSHARE)

  749. Message delivery sequence (MSGDLYSEQ)

  750. Harden backout count (HDNBKTCNT)

  751. Trigger type (TRGTYPE)

  752. Trigger depth (TRGDEPTH)

  753. Trigger message priority (TRGMSGPTY)

  754. Trigger data (TRGDATA)

  755. Retention interval (RTNITV)

  756. Maximum queue depth (MAXDEPTH)

  757. Maximum message length (MAXMSGLEN)

  758. Backout threshold (BKTTHLD)

  759. Backout requeue name (BKTQNAME)

  760. Initiation queue (INITQNAME)

  761. Usage (USAGE)

  762. Definition type (DFNTYPE)

  763. Target queue (TGTQNAME)

  764. Remote queue (RMTQNAME)

  765. Remote Message Queue Manager (RMTMQMNAME)

  766. Transmission queue (TMQNAME)

  767. Queue depth high threshold (HIGHTHLD)

  768. Queue depth low threshold (LOWTHLD)

  769. Queue full events enabled (FULLEVT)

  770. Queue high events enabled (HIGHEVT)

  771. Queue low events enabled (LOWEVT)

  772. Service interval (SRVITV)

  773. Service interval events (SRVEVT)

  774. Distribution list support (DISTLIST)

  775. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  776. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  777. Default Binding (DEFBIND)

  778. Cluster Workload Rank (CLWLRANK)

  779. Cluster Workload Priority (CLWLPRTY)

  780. Remote cluster puts (CLWLUSEQ)

  781. Queue Monitoring (MONQ)

  782. Queue Statistics (STATQ)

  783. Queue Accounting (ACCTQ)

  784. Non Persistent Message Class (NPMCLASS)

  785. Create MQ Service (CRTMQMSVC)

  786. Parameters

  787. Service name (SVCNAME)

  788. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  789. Replace (REPLACE)

  790. Text 'description' (TEXT)

  791. Start program (STRCMD)

  792. Start program arguments (STRARG)

  793. End program (ENDCMD)

  794. End program arguments (ENDARG)

  795. Standard output (STDOUT)

  796. Standard error (STDERR)

  797. Service type (TYPE)

  798. Service control (CONTROL)

  799. Convert MQ Data Type (CVTMQMDTA)

  800. Parameters

  801. Input file (FROMFILE)

  802. Member containing input (FROMMBR)

  803. File to receive output (TOFILE)

  804. Member to receive output (TOMBR)

  805. Replace to member (RPLTOMBR)

  806. Delete Message Queue Manager (DLTMQM)

  807. Parameters

  808. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  809. Delete MQ AuthInfo object (DLTMQMAUTI)

  810. Parameters

  811. AuthInfo name (AINAME)

  812. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  813. Delete WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe broker (DLTMQMBRK)

  814. Parameters

  815. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  816. Delete MQ Channel (DLTMQMCHL)

  817. Parameters

  818. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  819. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  820. Delete MQ Channel (CHLTYPE)

  821. Delete MQ Listener (DLTMQMLSR)

  822. Parameters

  823. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  824. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  825. Delete MQ Namelist (DLTMQMNL)

  826. Parameters

  827. Namelist (NAMELIST)

  828. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  829. Delete MQ Process (DLTMQMPRC)

  830. Parameters

  831. Process name (PRCNAME)

  832. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  833. Delete MQ Queue (DLTMQMQ)

  834. Parameters

  835. Queue name (QNAME)

  836. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  837. Delete MQ Service (DLTMQMSVC)

  838. Parameters

  839. Service name (SVCNAME)

  840. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  841. Disconnect MQ (DSCMQM)

  842. Parameters

  843. Display Message Queue Manager (DSPMQM)

  844. Parameters

  845. Output (OUTPUT)

  846. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  847. Display MQ Object Authority (DSPMQMAUT)

  848. Parameters

  849. Object name (OBJ)

  850. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  851. User name (USER)

  852. Output (OUTPUT)

  853. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  854. Service Component name (SRVCOMP)

  855. Display MQ AuthInfo object (DSPMQMAUTI)

  856. Parameters

  857. AuthInfo name (AINAME)

  858. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  859. Output (OUTPUT)

  860. Display WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe broker (DSPMQMBRK)

  861. Parameters

  862. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  863. Display MQ Channel (DSPMQMCHL)

  864. Parameters

  865. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  866. Output (OUTPUT)

  867. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  868. Channel type (CHLTYPE)

  869. Display MQ Command Server (DSPMQMCSVR)

  870. Parameters

  871. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  872. Display MQ Listener (DSPMQMLSR)

  873. Parameters

  874. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  875. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  876. Output (OUTPUT)

  877. Display MQ Namelist (DSPMQMNL)

  878. Parameters

  879. Namelist (NAMELIST)

  880. Output (OUTPUT)

  881. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  882. Display MQ Object Names (DSPMQMOBJN)

  883. Parameters

  884. Object name (OBJ)

  885. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  886. Output (OUTPUT)

  887. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  888. Display MQ Process (DSPMQMPRC)

  889. Parameters

  890. Process name (PRCNAME)

  891. Output (OUTPUT)

  892. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  893. Display MQ Queue (DSPMQMQ)

  894. Parameters

  895. Queue name (QNAME)

  896. Output (OUTPUT)

  897. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  898. Display MQ Route Information (DSPMQMRTE)

  899. Parameters

  900. Queue name (QNAME)

  901. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  902. Correlation Identifier (CRRLID)

  903. Message Persistence (MSGPST)

  904. Message Priority (MSGPRTY)

  905. Report Option (OPTION)

  906. Reply Queue (RPLYQ)

  907. Reply Queue Manager (RPLYMQM)

  908. Message Expiry (EXPIRY)

  909. Expiry Report (EXPRPT)

  910. Route Information (RTEINF)

  911. Reply Message (RPLYMSG)

  912. Deliver Message (DLVRMSG)

  913. Forward Message (FWDMSG)

  914. Maximum Activities (MAXACTS)

  915. Route Detail (DETAIL)

  916. Browse Only (BROWSE)

  917. Display Message (DSPMSG)

  918. Target Queue Manager (TGTMQM)

  919. Display Information (DSPINF)

  920. Wait Time (WAIT)

  921. Display Queue Manager Status (DSPMQMSTS)

  922. Parameters

  923. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  924. Output (OUTPUT)

  925. Display MQ Service (DSPMQMSVC)

  926. Parameters

  927. Service name (SVCNAME)

  928. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  929. Output (OUTPUT)

  930. Display MQ V (DSPMQMVER)

  931. Parameters

  932. Output (OUTPUT)

  933. End Message Queue Manager (ENDMQM)

  934. Parameters

  935. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  936. Option (OPTION)

  937. End connected jobs (ENDCCTJOB)

  938. Record MQ Object Image (RCDMQMIMG)

  939. Timeout interval (seconds) (TIMEOUT)

  940. End WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe broker (ENDMQMBRK)

  941. Parameters

  942. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  943. Option (OPTION)

  944. End MQ Channel (ENDMQMCHL)

  945. Parameters

  946. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  947. Option (OPTION)

  948. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  949. Channel status (STATUS)

  950. Connection name (CONNAME)

  951. Remote queue manager (RQMNAME)

  952. End Queue Manager Connection (ENDMQMCONN)

  953. Parameters

  954. Connection Identifier (CONN)

  955. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  956. End MQ Command Server (ENDMQMCSVR)

  957. Parameters

  958. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  959. Option (OPTION)

  960. End MQ Listeners (ENDMQMLSR)

  961. Parameters

  962. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  963. Port number (PORT)

  964. Option (OPTION)

  965. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  966. End MQ Service (ENDMQMSVC)

  967. Parameters

  968. Service name (SVCNAME)

  969. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  970. Grant MQ Object Authority (GRTMQMAUT)

  971. Parameters

  972. Object name (OBJ)

  973. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  974. User names (USER)

  975. Authority (AUT)

  976. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  977. Service Component name (SRVCOMP)

  978. Ping MQ Channel (PNGMQMCHL)

  979. Parameters

  980. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  981. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  982. Data count (DATACNT)

  983. Count (CNT)

  984. Record MQ Object Image (RCDMQMIMG)

  985. Parameters

  986. Object name (OBJ)

  987. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  988. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  989. Display Journal Receiver Data (DSPJRNDTA)

  990. Recreate MQ Object (RCRMQMOBJ)

  991. Parameters

  992. Object name (OBJ)

  993. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  994. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  995. Refresh WebSphere MQ Authority (RFRMQMAUT)

  996. Parameters

  997. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  998. Refresh Type (TYPE)

  999. Refresh MQ Cluster (RFRMQMCL)

  1000. Parameters

  1001. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  1002. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1003. Refresh Repository (REPOS)

  1004. Resume Cluster Queue Manager (RSMMQMCLQM)

  1005. Parameters

  1006. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  1007. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  1008. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1009. Reset MQ Channel (RSTMQMCHL)

  1010. Parameters

  1011. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  1012. Message sequence number (MSGSEQNUM)

  1013. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1014. Reset Cluster (RSTMQMCL)

  1015. Parameters

  1016. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  1017. Queue Manager Name for removal (QMNAME)

  1018. Action (ACTION)

  1019. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1020. Remove Queues (QUEUES)

  1021. Queue Manager Id for removal (QMID)

  1022. Resolve MQ Channel (RSVMQMCHL)

  1023. Parameters

  1024. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  1025. Resolve option (OPTION)

  1026. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1027. RUNMQSC (RUNMQSC)

  1028. Parameters

  1029. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1030. Revoke MQ Object Authority (RVKMQMAUT)

  1031. Parameters

  1032. Object name (OBJ)

  1033. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  1034. User names (USER)

  1035. Authority (AUT)

  1036. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1037. Service Component name (SRVCOMP)

  1038. Suspend Cluster Queue Manager (SPDMQMCLQM)

  1039. Parameters

  1040. Cluster Name (CLUSTER)

  1041. Cluster Name List (CLUSNL)

  1042. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1043. Mode (MODE)

  1044. Start Message Queue Manager (STRMQM)

  1045. Parameters

  1046. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1047. Redefine system objects (RDEFSYS)

  1048. Startup Status Detail (STRSTSDTL)

  1049. Service startup (STRSVC)

  1050. Perform replay only (REPLAY)

  1051. Activate backup (ACTIVATE)

  1052. Start WebSphere MQ Publish/Subscribe broker (STRMQMBRK)

  1053. Parameters

  1054. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1055. Parent Message Queue Manager (PARENTMQM)

  1056. Start MQ Channel (STRMQMCHL)

  1057. Parameters

  1058. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  1059. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1060. Start MQ Channel Initiator (STRMQMCHLI)

  1061. Parameters

  1062. Queue name (QNAME)

  1063. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1064. Start MQ Command Server (STRMQMCSVR)

  1065. Parameters

  1066. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1067. Start WebSphere MQ DLQ Handler (STRMQMDLQ)

  1068. Parameters

  1069. Undelivered message queue (UDLMSGQ)

  1070. Member containing input (SRCMBR)

  1071. Input file (SRCFILE)

  1072. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1073. Start MQ Listener (STRMQMLSR)

  1074. Parameters

  1075. Port number (PORT)

  1076. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1077. IP Address (IPADDR)

  1078. Listener backlog (BACKLOG)

  1079. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  1080. Start WebSphere MQ Commands (STRMQMMQSC)

  1081. Parameters

  1082. Member containing input (SRCMBR)

  1083. Input file (SRCFILE)

  1084. Option (OPTION)

  1085. Wait time (WAIT)

  1086. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1087. Start MQ Service (STRMQMSVC)

  1088. Parameters

  1089. Service name (SVCNAME)

  1090. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1091. Start MQ Trigger Monitor (STRMQMTRM)

  1092. Parameters

  1093. Initiation queue INITQNAME

  1094. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1095. Trace MQ (TRCMQM)

  1096. Parameters

  1097. Trace early (TRCEARLY)

  1098. Trace option setting (SET)

  1099. Output (OUTPUT)

  1100. Trace level (TRCLEVEL)

  1101. Trace types (TRCTYPE)

  1102. Exclude types (EXCLUDE)

  1103. Maximum storage to use (MAXSTG)

  1104. Trace data size (DATASIZE)

  1105. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1106. Work with MQ Queue Manager (WRKMQM)

  1107. Parameters

  1108. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1109. Work with MQ Authority (WRKMQMAUT)

  1110. Parameters

  1111. Object name (OBJ)

  1112. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  1113. Output (OUTPUT)

  1114. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1115. Service Component name (SRVCOMP)

  1116. Work with MQ Authority Data (WRKMQMAUTD)

  1117. Parameters

  1118. Object name (OBJ)

  1119. Object type (OBJTYPE)

  1120. User name (USER)

  1121. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1122. Service Component name (SRVCOMP)

  1123. Work with AuthInfo objects (WRKMQMAUTI)

  1124. Parameters

  1125. AuthInfo name (AINAME)

  1126. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1127. Filter command (WHERE)

  1128. Work with MQ Channels (WRKMQMCHL)

  1129. Parameters

  1130. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  1131. Channel type (CHLTYPE)

  1132. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1133. Channel status (STATUS)

  1134. Filter command (WHERE)

  1135. Work with MQ Channel Status (WRKMQMCHST)

  1136. Parameters

  1137. Channel name (CHLNAME)

  1138. Connection name (CONNAME)

  1139. Transmission queue name (TMQNAME)

  1140. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1141. Channel status (CHLSTS)

  1142. Filter command (WHERE)

  1143. Work with MQ Clusters (WRKMQMCL)

  1144. Parameters

  1145. Cluster Queue Manager name (CLUSQMGR)

  1146. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1147. Filter command (WHERE)

  1148. Work with MQ Cluster Queues (WRKMQMCLQ)

  1149. Parameters

  1150. Queue name (QNAME)

  1151. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1152. Cluster name (CLUSTER)

  1153. Filter command (WHERE)

  1154. Work with MQ Connections (WRKMQMCONN)

  1155. Parameters

  1156. Connection Identifier (CONN)

  1157. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1158. Filter command (WHERE)

  1159. Work with MQ Listeners (WRKMQMLSR)

  1160. Parameters

  1161. Option (OPTION)

  1162. Listener name (LSRNAME)

  1163. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1164. Filter command (WHERE)

  1165. Work with MQ Messages (WRKMQMMSG)

  1166. Parameters

  1167. Queue name (QNAME)

  1168. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1169. First Message (FIRST)

  1170. Maximum number of messages (MAXMSG)

  1171. Maximum message size (MAXMSGLEN)

  1172. Work with MQ Namelist (WRKMQMNL)

  1173. Parameters

  1174. Namelist (NAMELIST)

  1175. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1176. Filter command (WHERE)

  1177. Work with MQ Processes (WRKMQMPRC)

  1178. Parameters

  1179. Process name (PRCNAME)

  1180. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1181. Filter command (WHERE)

  1182. Work with MQ Queues (WRKMQMQ)

  1183. Parameters

  1184. Queue name (QNAME)

  1185. Queue type (QTYPE)

  1186. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1187. Cluster name (CLUSTER)

  1188. Cluster namelist name (CLUSNL)

  1189. Filter command (WHERE)

  1190. Work with Queue Status (WRKMQMQSTS)

  1191. Parameters

  1192. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1193. Queue name (QNAME)

  1194. Filter command (WHERE)

  1195. Work with MQ Service object (WRKMQMSVC)

  1196. Parameters

  1197. Service name (SVCNAME)

  1198. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1199. Filter command (WHERE)

  1200. Work with MQ Transactions (WRKMQMTRN)

  1201. Parameters

  1202. Transaction type (TYPE)

  1203. Message Queue Manager name (MQMNAME)

  1204. Appendix B. WebSphere MQ names and default objects

  1205. WebSphere MQ object names

  1206. Understanding WebSphere MQ queue manager library names

  1207. Understanding WebSphere MQ IFS directories and files

  1208. IFS queue manager name transformation

  1209. Object name transformation

  1210. System and default objects

  1211. Appendix C. Sample resource definitions

  1212. Appendix D. Quiescing WebSphere MQ and MQSeries systems

  1213. Quiescing MQSeries for AS/400 V5.2 and WebSphere MQ for iSeries systems

  1214. ENDMQM parameter ENDCCTJOB(*YES)

  1215. Shutting down a single queue manager

  1216. Shutting down all queue managers

  1217. Appendix E. Notices

  1218. Trademarks

  1219. Index