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Problem using MQGET and MQPUT same Queue (isereis / AS/400 / rpgle)

Problem using MQGET and MQPUT same Queue (isereis / AS/400 / rpgle)

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Dear Friends,

I have'nt code program which read and put the message form/to same queue. (Server program)

The requirnment is that client will send the request message in Queue A, and Server need to read message from Queue A and response to Queue A.

The logic i am looking is to filter incomming messages and ignore the response message with is lying the Queue A.

I have tried below mention guideline in MQSeries document, but it is reading all messages incomming as well response.

GMMO (10-digit signed integer)
Options controlling selection criteria used for MQGET" with various option,
MOMSGI
MOCORI
MOGRPI.

Please help me to solve this, and if possible help me to identify sample from to be used for the above requirnment from QMQMSAMP/QRPGLESRC so i can uitilize that.

Thanks in Advance.


Regards


RE: Problem using MQGET and MQPUT same Queue (isereis / AS/400 / rpgle)

In case ur ar looking or someone faces a similar issue, its a bad design practice to Put and read from the same queue. Use 2 queues instead 1 for request and 1 for reply all IBM manuals solicit the same.

Try MQ browse message and see the MQMD value Message type =2 to get the message under the cursor for that application has to put the message as a request response type at the first place.

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