MS12 provides a sample COBOL II program to print EVENT messages from any specified admin queue.
This SupportPac provides a sample COBOL II program to print EVENT messages from any specified admin queue.
It runs as a z/OS Batch program and prints a report showing all fields of the EVENT messages from a specified queue and queue manager.
There are TWO versions within this SupportPac:
• Version 2.1 is for use with WebSphere MQ version 5.3.1
• Version 3.1 is for use with WebSphere MQ version 6.0
The sample can be used to print EVENT messages from any specified admin queue.
The version for WebSphere MQ version 5.3.1 supports Configuration Events.
The version for WebSphere MQ version 6.0 supports Command Events, and 6.0 extensions to Configuration Events.
It shows how the variable length, unspecified order structures which form MQ event messages can be handled in a COBOL program.
NEW IN THIS RELEASE
Added a message to the start of each event to display the date and time the event occurred.
Authors: Ed Ahern, WebSphere MQ Development (z/OS), Hursley (version 3)
David J Webster, WebSphere MQ FV Test (z/OS), Hursley (version 2)
Last Updated: 14Mar06
»Please note that the version number shown in the right-hand pane is the version of the MQ or WBI product that this SupportPac applies to. The date is the last webpage refresh.
WebSphere MQ version 5.3.1 (version 2.1)
WebSphere MQ version 6.0 (version 3.1)
To install the SupportPac:
1. Copy ms12.zip to a temporary directory.
2. Uncompress using Unzip.
3. Follow the instructions in the readme file(s) on how to transfer the files to TSO and to install the sample.
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