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msarvankmr
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:55 am Post subject: mqmessage.setStringProperty adds dt="string" Reply with quote

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I am new to MQ. I am trying to create and send a RFH2 message. However, after created, the attributes in RFH2 usr folder showing the data type, [dt="string"] which I do not want.

For example, instead of
<DataLength>1034</DataLength>
I got this:
<DataLength dt="string" >1034</DataLength>

Is there anyway to get rid of [dt="string"] in the message that I want to send out?

Or is there any way to that I can set to get rid of [dt="string"] in the message?

I have referred a forum which says this problem will be resolved by writing the RFH properties instead of setting the message properties. As I am new to contact admin me how to set RFH properties from c#?
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Vitor
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:21 am Post subject: Re: mqmessage.setStringProperty adds dt="string" Reply with quote

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msarvankmr wrote:
I am new to MQ. I am trying to create and send a RFH2 message.


Don't.

msarvankmr wrote:
However, after created, the attributes in RFH2 usr folder showing the data type, [dt="string"] which I do not want.


Why not? What problem would that cause? Doesn't change the value.

msarvankmr wrote:
I have referred a forum which says this problem will be resolved by writing the RFH properties instead of setting the message properties.


What problem did you have setting message properties (which are the preferred way of conveying this data in newer versions of MQ)?
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:21 am Post subject: Reply with quote

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Other than posting here, what research have you done?
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RogerLacroix
PostPosted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:11 pm Post subject: Re: mqmessage.setStringProperty adds dt="string" Reply with quote

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msarvankmr wrote:
I am new to MQ. I am trying to create and send a RFH2 message. However, after created, the attributes in RFH2 usr folder showing the data type, [dt="string"] which I do not want.

That is meta-data and leave it alone. "dt" == Data Type. It tells the receiving framework that "1034" should be treated as a "string" because you did:
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sendMsg.setStringProperty("DataLength", "1034");

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