Add remote queue in MQ Explorer

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Before adding a remote queue in MQ Explorer, you must install MQ Explorer.

Connect to the queue manager. If the connection fails, ensure the queue manager is running.

  1. In the left panel of MQ Explorer, right-click on Queue Managers and select Add Remote Queue Manager.
  2. At the first prompt, add the queue manager name and select Next. If you have access to the MQ Server, the dspmq command can be used to display the managers.
  3. At the next prompt, enter the queue manager hostname, port, and channel, and select next.
    • If you have access to the MQ Server, the hostname command can be used to display the hostname.
    • If you have access to the MQ Server, the runmqsc <manager name> and then display channel (*) command can be used to display the port.
    • If you have access to the MQ Server, the runmqsc <manager name> and then display channel (*) command can be used to display the channel.
  4. At the fourth prompt, enter a unique username and password. If you have access to the MQ Server, the cat /etc/group | grep mqm command can be used to display the users that can be used.

The queue manager should now be displayed under Queue Managers in the left panel. In this example, MANAGER01 is a local manager, and MANAGER02 is a manager on a remote system.

 

 



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