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paleyplease
PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2018 6:09 am Post subject: Export QMGRs Defs from z/OS to Linux Reply with quote

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Is there a simple way to migrate a MQ8 z/OS qmgrs objects(queues, chls, etc.) to a MQ 9 Linux QMGR?
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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2018 7:07 am Post subject: Re: Export QMGRs Defs from z/OS to Linux Reply with quote

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paleyplease wrote:
Is there a simple way to migrate a MQ8 z/OS qmgrs objects(queues, chls, etc.) to a MQ 9 Linux QMGR?




Unload the definitions through CSQUTIL and load them through runmqsc, having removed the z/OS specific attributes from the objects.

There was talk some time ago about distributed runmqsc accepting but not honoring (because they can't) z/OS attributes. I don't know if that came to anything, but it might be worth just running them in and seeing if anything actually balks (as opposed to issuing warnings).

Worst case, it's a couple of global edits in the text editor of your choice.
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