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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

WebSphere MQ commands

In this section, we look at the WebSphere MQ commands we need to set up and administer the MQ environment. The following table lists the V6 WebSphere MQ commands:

amqccert   Check certificate chains
mqftrcvc   Receive file on client
amqmdain   WebSphere MQ services control
mqftsnd   Send file from server
amqtcert   Transfer certificates
mqftsndc   Send file from client
crtmqm   Create Queue Manager
rcdmqimg   Record media image

 Delete queue manager
rcrmqobj   Recreate object
dmpmqaut   Dump authority
rsvmqtrn   Resolve transactions
dmpmqlog   Dump log
runmqchi   Run channel initiator
dspmq   Display Queue Managers
runmqchl   Run channel
dspmqaut   Display authority
runmqdlq   Run dead letter queue handler
dspmqcsv   Display command server
runmqdnm   Run .NET monitor
dspmqfls   Display files
runmqlsr   Run listener
dspmqrte   WebSphere MQ display route application runmqsc   Run MQSC commands
dspmqtrc   Display formatted trace output
runmqtmc   Start client trigger monitor
dspmqtrn   Display transactions
runmqtrm   Start trigger monitor
dspmqver   Display version information
setmqaut   Set or reset authority
endmqcsv   End command server
setmqcrl   Set certificate revocation
endmqlsr   End listener
setmqscp   Set service connection points
endmqdnm   Stop .NET monitor
strmqcfg   Start WebSphere MQ Explorer
endmqm   End Queue Manager
strmqcsv   Start command server
endmqtrc   End trace
strmqm   Start Queue Manager
mqftapp   Run File Transfer Application GUI
strmqtrc   Start trace
mqftrcv   Receive file on server

Only some of these commands are of real interest to us as database administrators! We will go through these relevant commands in the next posts.
Note that it is sometimes desirable to prefix these commands with the operating system START command, which opens a new window for the command to be executed in.