Set MQSeries-specific or JMS-specific parameters in script.mqs

To implement a session, you must define the Queue Rule Engine and the mode in which it is to operate. You can do this in the script.mqs (for MQSeries) or in the script.jms (for JMS).

Keyword Description/Values
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MQS (LOCAL_MANAGER)

The name of the local manager (for MQSeries) or QCF (for JMS)

The maximum length of the name is:

  • 4 alphanumeric characters for MVS (MQSeries only)
  • 48 alphanumeric characters for UNIX

MQS (MODE)

Functioning mode of the Rule Engine in an MQSeries or JMS implementation

Immediate (default value): Once started, the Rule Engine processes messages from its queue of Input-Events and is put on hold when the queue is empty. To stop it, you must send a specific administration message.

Delayed: Once started, the Rule Engine processes messages from its queue of Input-Events and stops automatically when the queue is empty.

MQS (CONVERSION)

Request to convert Input-Event messages

  • Yes: (the default value): The messages are automatically converted
  • No: The Input-Event messages received are not converted

MQS(FILE_LOT_INCOMPLET)

Name of the queue to which messages from incomplete Input-Event groups are written

MQS (FILE_MSG_UNREADABLE)

Name of the queue to which unreadable or suspect Input-Event messages are written

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