Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 15:14:24 -0400
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From: Ronald Weinger <rweinger@METLIFE.COM>
Subject: Re: Temporary pause MQGETs via MQSET
I can't replicate your particular situation , but I do not think Mainview
has any special privileges. I did the same thing through the IBM supplied
TSO panels . The CKTI task ended with a RC=2016, (GET-INHIBITED) in both
cases and had to be manually restarted after the GETINHIBIT(NO) was set.,
so what happens to the applications will likely depend on how they handle
"Victor Gil" <Victor.Gil@BROADRIDGE.COM>
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05/29/2008 02:38 PM
Please respond to
"CICS List" <CICS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Re: Temporary pause MQGETs via MQSET
Have you actually used the MQSET call from a program?
MAINVIEW may have a different priviledge [including a back door] to
override the queue attributes.
On Thu, 29 May 2008 12:14:00 -0400, Ronald Weinger <rweinger@METLIFE.COM>
>I just used MAINVIEW to get inhibit an initq without previously stopping
>the CKTI listener task.
>"Victor Gil" <Victor.Gil@BROADRIDGE.COM>
>Really? Thanks, Thomas, never thought of this ...
>While I might be able to terminate the local MQGETters, I have no control
>over the MQPUTters.
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