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How to send a message to the server message queue?

2 posts in QAnywhere Last posting was on 2005-07-31 03:30:41.0Z
divya Posted on 2005-05-18 13:46:31.0Z
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Each QAnywhere message has an address that indicates its destination. The
address is composed of two pieces: an agent ID that identifies a specific
device, and a queue name that identifies a specific application on that
device.

How can we find out the queue name of the queue residing on the server, as
the message does not have to be sent to any other device or any other
application queue, just to the server message queue?


Tony Woods Posted on 2005-07-31 03:30:41.0Z
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AFAIK, there is no method to determine the server side queue other than
asking the administrator or individual who set up the QAnywhere
architecture. You will need to know the name or IP address of the server
side Mobilink server for proper addressing for the QAnywhere agent on the
remote side:

qaagent -x tcpip(host=mlserver address/name)

-Tony

"divya" <divya.vaisnavi@tcs.com> wrote in message
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> Each QAnywhere message has an address that indicates its destination. The
> address is composed of two pieces: an agent ID that identifies a specific
> device, and a queue name that identifies a specific application on that
> device.
>
> How can we find out the queue name of the queue residing on the server, as
> the message does not have to be sent to any other device or any other
> application queue, just to the server message queue?
>
>