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Getting error with mqji properties file

 
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Hi Buddies,
I have installed MQSeries 5.3 (WebSphere) and I am getting a problem "Unable to load message catalog - mqji Reason Code : 2009" when I create the Queue Manager. Please help me knowing the reason for this.
It will be helpful if anybody tell me where can I get the related-latest jar files for running MQSeries.
Thanks and Regards,
Jeffy.
 
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Please post your question on www.MqSeries.net .
Reason code 2009 seems it returns (MQRC_CONNECTION_BROKEN)
viz, "Connection to queue manager lost."
This means this can occur because the queue manager has ended. If the call is an MQGET call with the MQGMO_WAIT option, the wait has been canceled
Actually, after the Queue Manager process has been ended, MQSeries API
applications which attempt to use a connection handle obtained
before the Queue Manager was ended will see RC2009 returned by
API calls (MQRC_CONNECTION_BROKEN). Note, this will also be
true when the Queue Manager has been restarted after it was
ended, and before the connection handle was used again.

Corrective action: Applications can attempt to reestablish connection by issuing the MQCONN call. It may be necessary to poll until a successful response is received
 
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(To Jaffer Shah)
This error reading properties is when the properties files doesn't exists in classpath or home path. This isn't exactly an error, because all MQ functions still OK.
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