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hi,
I am new to mq series.I my machine i have installed mq series software. I want help how to run a simple program like sending the messages and receiving message.please help me out of this

Thanks and regards
Naresh
 
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After you install MQ, first you need to create a queue manager.
Suppose the MQ bin directory is in your system path, use
crtmqm -q QM1
Then start the queue manager
strmqm
Then connect to queue manager to use control command
runmqsc QM1
Then define a local queue
define ql(testQ) descr('Test Q')

Then use "end" to quit the command.
The final step is to run samples like "amqsput" and "amqsget" to send and receive message, and they are also available in the bin directory.
 
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"Ken",
Please check your private messages.
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