Using RFHutil to connect to a queue manager

In the queue manager name you need to specify the connection ‘string’ similar to an MQSERVER environment variable:
CHANNEL/TCP/localhost(1414)

And, of course, in the queue name the object name where you want to read data from/write data to.

The link to this support pac is: ftp://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/integration/support/supportpacs/individual/ih03.zip

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Websphere MQ: How to create a queue manager for remote connection

1. Create the queue manager with the default dead letter queue

crtmqm -u SYSTEM.DEAD.LETTER.QUEUE QM_TEST

2. Start the queue manager

strmqm QM_TEST

3. Run the MQ administration tool

runmqsc QM_TEST

a. Define and start a listener. The default is port 1414.
define listener(TCP.LISTENER) trptype(tcp) control(qmgr) port(1414)
start listener(TCP.LISTENER)

b. Define a channel to be used by a remote MQ Explorer
define channel(SYSTEM.ADMIN.SVRCONN) chltype(SVRCONN) REPLACE

c. For MQ 7.1 and later, and if you need to allow remote connections by an MQ Administrator:
set CHLAUTH(*) TYPE(BLOCKUSER) USERLIST(‘nobody’,’*MQADMIN’)
set CHLAUTH(SYSTEM.ADMIN.*) TYPE(BLOCKUSER) USERLIST(‘nobody’)

end

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