Transmission queue name (-XQN)

Use the Transmission Queue Name adapter command (-XQN) for data targets to specify the name of the transmission queue that holds messages destined for a remote queue. For more information about using the IBM® MQ adapter with IBM MQ transmission queues, see "Transmission queues".

-XQN x_queue_name
Option
Description
x_queue_name
This is the name of the transmission queue. The transmission queue name is case sensitive.

For example, to specify that the local transmission queue xmit.q be used as the data target for a remote queue named dest.q and the local queue manager of qmlocl, the syntax would be:

-QMN qmlocl -QN dest.q -XQN xmit.q

For this command to work as intended, the local transmission queue must have the same name as the remote queue manager. If the local object xmit.q is not defined, the queue manager default transmission queue will be used.

If a local transmission queue exists with the same name as the transmission queue specified with the Transmission Queue Name adapter command (-XQN), the local transmission queue is used. If the transmission queue specified with the Transmission Queue Name adapter command (-XQN) does not exist, the queue specified by the MQSeries® DefaultXmitQ attribute (DEFXMITQ in MQSC) on the local queue manager is used.